Grow Your Network without Running CAT Cable or Wireless Annoyance.
Book Glutton, Amazon
21 November 2014
Summary: Many of us would like to use our computer in a certain room or area of the house, but it really is too expensive, or too difficult, or not practical to run Cat5/6 Cable to the location (drilling holes, going through walls, floors, ceilings, etc.).
I have a Century Link modem with built in wireless wire router that sucks in a major way
23 August 2014
Summary: These have worked incredibly well. I have a Century Link modem with built in wireless wire router that sucks in a major way. If CenturyLink didn't drop the internet altogether, the router would drop the connection at great frequency.
Would recommend as a more "dependable" alternative to wifi-only in an ...
29 July 2014
Summary: The product works as advertised - to a point. I get 35 mbps on wireless devices (phone) yet the connection coming through the powerline adapter is maxing out at around 28 mpbs. I am still giving 4 stars because it does work, I don't "need" 100 mpbs, and I just can't know for sure if the limitations...
Summary: I have an outdoor ip camera 200 or more feet from the house which was wired with Rj45 and worked fine, until I ran over the cable with the lawnmower. New cable or take a chance on Powerline? I rolled the dice with Powerline. In short, the system worked great. Plug and play, literally.
Summary: I purchased this because it was well rated and a good price. After trying to get it to work for an hour I gave up and tried to call tech support. They said because this product is old, you have to send in proof of purchase to get any support.
Summary: Rather than going with WiFi I figured I'd give this Powerline internet expander to send my internet signal to another part of my house, All you do is plug the sending unit into an AC outlet close to your modem, next using ethernet (RJ45 cable) connect the Powerline to your modem.
Summary: Home wiring adapters are an excellent solution to bring connectivity to those places wireless just won't reach, like upstairs through the kitchen or behind the TV. I am extremely impressed with this Netgear setup for its effortless zero configuration setup.
Summary: Well, this works surprisingly well. I mainly use this now for my . The main reason why I use it is because my Roku is kind of far away from my wireless router. Sometimes there maybe interference and the Roku have to adjust to a lower quality or stop playing all together.