Summary: I got these before they released the new TP-LINK TL-PA4010KIT AV500 Nano Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, up to 500Mbps . These still work great. You always have to be conscious of the wiring in the building as old corroded wiring can affect the speeds. I used these in an older apartment and they worked great. I stream Vudu XHD through it and it had no issues.
Summary: My wiFi gateway is on the 1st floor of the house in a corner and I had real trouble getting wiFi in the family room where I have a laptop hooked up to the TV. After trying a few things (including a WiFi repeater that didn't work for some of the equipment in the household), I tried these. They have worked like a charm since the beginning. Just plug-in the outlets, that's it. Very reliable.
Summary: This product works exactly as described. I purchased 3 to connect my Blue-Ray players to the Internet. It took less than 5 min to plug in and connect to the Internet. The product guide recommends plugging directly into the wall. The instructions show a "frowny face" :( if you plug into an extension cord. I did use an extension cord and found the product worked fine.
Worked fine for a year, then died a total and sudden death, but TP-LINK was awesome!
Andrew G., Amazon
3 weeks ago
Summary: This worked well for a year, and then died a sudden and total death. None of the status lights light up, and the unit is a brick. So I am giving 2 stars for the untimely demise. Replaced it with their Nano AV200 product which worked well, but now have to deal with TP-Link warranty service, which starts with a phone call to Asia, and them taking my name and number to get back to me.
Summary: I had a pair of airlink 85Mbps powerline adatpers at home for many years. When I need to try several outlets to find a "work best" outlet to get "best possible" transfer rate with airlink. This one works much better on every single outlet! Speed is not rated at my site but at least I can get full-speed (25Mbps) download now when only 5Mbps with airlink. Good product!
Summary: I was having wireless connection issues at my office and decided to try this set up. Works great! I have one unit pulling from my router to feed the system, and 2 other computers pulling from that unit. No problems, easy to get up and running. Plug into router and outlet, plug other unit into computer and outlet, push button on both units to sync up and away you go. Easy.