Good alternative to running cables throughout your home.
Benjamin Hake, Amazon
18 March 2015
Summary: I like the product. I did what the instructions said; I plugged one into an outlet, hooked a Cat5e cable from my modem to the device, and plugged the second device in my bedroom to my computer. The speeds are alright; I pay for the 105/20 package from comcast.
Summary: I have three of these, which I use because my wireless connection does not extend reliably to my second floor. I was using one for a blueray DVD player with internet connection for Netflix, etc, and suddenly in the middle of a show, I lost internet connection!
It might be worth 5 stars, but I am stingy with those.
5 April 2013
Summary: I needed to extend my wireless network, but a wireless extender with the extra hop was way too slow. I connected one of these directly to the router at my modem, the other in a room across the house where I attached an access point.
Summary: I bought these on the advice of a neighbor. I wanted to extend my Internet to locations where I did not have a wired Ethernet connection. I also needed faster download speed than my wireless could provide.
Summary: These worked great. Was happy to see some medium length cables included since most of mine are way too long or too short. No brainer install... plug them both in, plug one into your router, plug the other into your device/computer.
Summary: I bought this set-up as part of my on-going project to eliminate Cable. I first bought an HD Home Run network tuner to use my Mac Mini as a DVR. I needed to move the HD Home Run upstairs because I couldn't get a strong enough signal for the tuner on the HD Home Run in the basement where my router...
Lewis E. Moten III "I like listening to audio books and podcasts on long commutes. I prefer science fiction and fantasy.", Amazon
2 January 2011
Summary: I've been having trouble with a wireless connection for years trying to reposition devices for better reception, but I believe the general congestion with my neighborhoods air waves has been getting worse. I saw this product today and decided to give it a try. It worked rite out of the box.
Summary: I just purchased this latest-generation 200mps Netgear Powerline AV 200 kit to replace my older first-generation 85mps kit (also Netgear) from seven years ago after one of the older Powerline units finally failed.
An Utterly Indispensable Slice of Networking Bliss, If You Need It.
Terrance S., Amazon
22 September 2010
Summary: I'm a bit of a networking guru (as deemed by friends, family, and coworkers) and in my tenure, I've had significant hands-on experience with just about every kind of home/small office networking kit including wireless routers, network switches, wireless Ethernet bridges, specialized antennas, etc.
Summary: Although most of the reviews here were very positive, I was a bit skeptical about this product. I've used another product designed to work over power lines (i.e., X10 devices) and was disappointed that they seemed to work intermittently.