B. Greene "Sometime I know what I'm talking about :-)", Amazon
26 September 2014
Summary: Works as advertised but these can take up more multiple outlets than you may wish (because of the size and shape). Recommended to a friend when has apartment wireless signal was weak on his iMac. No setup needed unless you think that plugging in an ethernet cable constitutes setup.
Summary: Bought as replacement for older and slower powerline network after almost 5 years. Upgraded from mismatched units that averaged 85 MPS. Definite improvement of network speed and stability at 500 MPS. Recommend using a single brand and model. Got these through Warehouse Deals.
They work great. I get high-speed connections all over the house
David C., Amazon
1 August 2014
Summary: In my old house, it was only one story and a basement. Since there was a dropped ceiling in the basement, I ran Ethernet wires and put jacks in all the rooms. In my new home, it's two stories and the basement ceiling is closed up.
Summary: I wish I would have tried these a long time ago. Could have saved me a lot of aggravation over the years. I'm sure a lot of people have heard of these and are likely sceptical. At least that's my excuse. That and I live in an old house with old wiring and many circuits.
Summary: At first I was spectacle of this product and doubted I could extend my LAN from the upstairs where the router is to the downstairs living room and maintain the same speeds as if plugged directly into the router.
Summary: Best performance I've seen is if the electrical outlets belong to the same circuit breaker in the house. Highest speeds I've seen so far (according to the TP link software utility) is 350mb and the outlets are like 20 feet apart and belong to the same circuit breaker.
Pros: Cheap for the price, gigabit port, compatible with older 200mb powerline adapters from other brands, good speeds overall.
Cons: Somewhat sensitive to electrical wiring distance, 500mb only possible if outlets are like almost next to each other.
Summary: First of all, if you have a newer home, this is the perfect product for you. We recently bought a house in 2013 and we have brand new wiring. This is ridiculously simple to set up and use. I'm about 60 steps away from the router and I'm getting the speeds I'm paying for..
Summary: I have a great wireless setup. Netgear WNDR4300. But going threw two walls and a floor caused the HTPC in my room to buffer at the start of a movie and then once or twice during the movie. This has no hesitation at all
Pros: I have used this set for about 6 months. It works so well I forgot I even had it to review it. Gigabyte RJ-45 connections are a must if your looking at a powerline adapter. On the same circuit in the house speeds were 17MBs on split circuits or three phase its was more like 8 MBs. Still faster th...
Summary: great product. i literally just plugged it into the wall socket and it blinked for a little bit before the lights went solid, and now i have my extenders on the other side of the house (purchased as a 3rd adapter).