Summary: Product burned out on power spike shortly after purchased - neither seller nor manufacturer was willing to fix or replace. Since this product CAN NOT be plugged into any power surge protector (specified by manufacturer otherwise it will not work) this product is essentially JUNK!!!
Summary: Like many other people, I liked this product up until 4 months when the reciver failed.. middle light stays lit and the other two nada... talk to tech support going thru loops only for them to tell you what you already googled.. middle light lit others nada.. BROKEN.
Summary: Not a good product. The fourth unit I have purchased, and it is dead, too. They don't last long. Too pricey for the life of the product. Tossed transmitter and receiver and bought Hawkings range extender. Much better.
Summary: When I got this product i thought great now i can get my router to reach my room in the apartment. I was thrilled of the idea of the signal going through the power cords. What I didn't realize is that this thing can really only send the signal to adjacent rooms... If your lucky.
bloodnok "it must have be some other filthy swine!", Amazon
21 November 2008
Summary: i couldn't get a reliable connection between across the powerline portion of my net. it was up for a few minutes; it was down. i tried various plugs to see if i can get a reliable connection. nope.
Summary: Pros: 1. The components are super easy to set up. They actually work on the first try. 2. The product concept is fantastic. Use the electrical wires inside the walls to extend a wireless connection anywhere in the house. 3. The signal was excellent. Cons: 1. The price is outrageous.
Summary: I bought this for my office at the recommendation of Best Buy's Geek Squad. It is easy to install and immediately I saw 100% signal in previously dead areas. However, it is a separate network and I couldn't make it "communicate" with my current network.
Summary: I had two problems with this wall plugged router: First, I spent 2 hours on the phone with technical support at the end of which tech support threw up their hands and said it must be my firewall.
Summary: I know some users have had good luck with this product, but it simply did not work for me, and I returned it. I'm a fairly experienced computer user and generally can handle most things, so when it didn't work the first time I didn't give up.
Summary: This device just didn't work. It seems to be an attempt to combine wireless networking with powerline networking so that the wireless network can extend to places far from the router. I bought it to get a better connection for a PS3.