Summary: Great product that solves the intermittent Wifi disconnect issues. Needed a solution to be able to watch Netflix through our TV. Tried Wifi at first, and was plagued with constant disconnects and interruptions. Once I got the Powerline kit, Problem Solved!
Summary: I was skeptical of this product after trying so many others. My issue was how to get wireless into other areas of my house due to thick plaster walls of an older home. This product worked as described and solved the issue.
Summary: Yeah I get it . . . everyone wants to conveniently and therefore wirelessly connect from everywhere in their homes. I guess I'm not so trusting. Seeing all those nearby home networks show up on my network list is unnerving.
Summary: I didn't want to run a long cable so I was using wireless from a Linksys E4200 router upstairs to a desktop downstairs getting 6.20 Mbps average with Time Warner cable. I was totally getting killed in Battlefield 3 because of the lag.
Summary: Love this Netgear Powerline. We recently moved to a condo community & the building is concrete with steel studs. Our strongest outlet for the cable/modem is in the Master Bedroom, the office is on the otherside of the condo & the wireless was just awful with reception.
Summary: I just received my Netgear Powerline AV 500 today. I was replacing the my other Netgear AV 200 just because I wanted better speed with my page loads and downloading. Well I it's as easy as advertised, plug and play. That's not the best part. I'm getting 1gb download speed!!!
Summary: Bought a pair and then another single unit for my media server to reach two wd hd plus media receivers. Works great, no interruptions and setup is so simple. Recommended if cannot pass Ethernet cable and wireless is too slow like when streaming video
Summary: I just moved into a new home (well, 90's home, but new to me) and needed a quick way to hook up my windows media center, my desktop PC, my XBox, and a machine in another room. I bought three of these adapters, plugged them into the wall, and then hooked them up to switches in two of the rooms, and...