Summary: I used it with the TP-LINK TL-PS110P to turn my older HP laserjet 6L into a wireless networkable printer. So far so good after a few months use. It is a good wireless 'Ethernet port extender' not 5 star because the device is a bit flimsy.
Summary: Based on the reviews and feedback from other Amazonians, I bought this unit from a brick and mortar store due to time issues. I've had my Cisco 7945 VoIP phone for two days now and made several calls to other VoIP users on my call system, land lines, and cell phones without any issues.
Summary: I think for other uses this would be phenomenal. I have a wired HP network printer and I thought that this would let me print to it, away from the router, and while it does, it is not the most reliable.
Summary: I purchased the refurbished NETGEAR WNCE2001 Universal WiFi Internet Adapter to connect my Denon AVR-E300 receiver to my network without using a Ethernet cable. So far, it's works perfectly. The adapter arrived with everything needed except instructions. You have to get them off the NETGEAR website.
This internet adapter has a lot going for it, but it's slow!
7 December 2012
Summary: This little adapter has a lot going for it. It's compact, easy to setup up with WPS and can be powered by a USB port. I have two of them and use them with a Direct TV DVR and a Pioneer receiver, both of which provide an onboard USB power outlet.
Summary: It's a WiFi-to-ethernet adapter. If that's what you need, this is the thing for you. In practice, it behaves like a one-port router. It integrates something resembling a DHCP server, so if you can connect your device to a typical household router, you can connect it to this.
Summary: After three days of use, this internet adapter has been connecting my Marantz SR7005 to the internet very nicely. I bought the refurbished unit to save a bit of money and am OK with the product so far, but I must point out that the unit came to me with no instructions in the box - just a note to go...
Summary: Well, I found this after doing some research on alternatives to running CAT6 cable halfway across the house, in AZ, in summer, through the attic, from a room with virtually no access. I set up a guest bedroom as a 'media room', and moved the monitor, Blu-ray, and everything else in there.
Summary: Let me start off by saying that I'm the techie guy whose friends and family call to fix their computer issues. I bought this to add to a sprinkler system controller that only had a wired ethernet port when I needed wireless.