Summary: This is an amazing product. I first ordered the two pack, doubting it would be any good, and immediately ordered a third when I saw the result. Set up time was NOTHING. The first two: Plugged one into router, the other into my PS4 in the next room (which had been having trouble picking up wifi for...
Cool solution if wireless won't work, but isn't better than wireless or straight up ethernet.
Geese Howard "Not Sam Or Mark Twain", Amazon
21 August 2015
Summary: It works, but the speed isn't what I hope for. Might be my house wiring but it is a newer house that's only 20 years old. I was looking for a solution that would be better than wireless. This was not it. I would of been happy at speeds north of 20mb/s.
Recommended if you have ethernet-enabled devices that can't get 5Ghz.
James E., Amazon
2 August 2015
Summary: I live in a two-bedroom apartment constructed in the mid-1980s with a very congested 2.4Ghz band (>30 visible SSIDs). I have three of these on my network, one in each room. each with other items plugged into the same outlet. I'm averaging ~30Mbps, which, while falling short of the 500Mbps (Ha!
Summary: We ordered these so that we could get our internet out in our barn tack toom for my husband's office. (It's new and clean and we installed a ceiling fan and window a/c. The barn power comes directly from the house so we are able to plug this in the house and one in the barn.
Summary: I'm using three in a network to connect two computers in my house where I don't want to run cables. The three are all physically within about 30 feet of each other, and while they are on separate circuits, the house I am in is only about 15 years old, so the wiring is excellent.
Have purchased about 5 of these if that says anything
AmazoNIanno "nianno", Amazon
18 June 2015
Summary: Use them to set up multiple access points and get around poor reception. Have had success in a Florida Concrete Condo and a Steel Frame Chicago Home. Work out of the box. Strong signal. Will never use an extended network cable again.