Summary: I bought these to get Ethernet to a smartTV that did not come with a WiFi option. They worked perfect and required zero setup. The speeds were exactly what I expected from them and they have worked great for almost 2 years now.
Great Solution To Move Away From Running Cable All Through Your House!
Dewpoint Reviews, Amazon
6 June 2015
Summary: Excellent Powerline system! I was tired of the cables running from my router in the living room for cable TV to my office so I purchased these and I'm so glad I did! They connect very easily and allow great speed between my router and my office switch (another router I re-purposed for my office...
Summary: Use this to send faster signal to my two computer in a second room. This work grate. As of now I got 3 installed in my apartment haven't have any major issues with it. When it stops working (yellow light) just disconnect it for a few seconds and it come back green I no time.
Summary: I am a long time Powerline user and replaced an older set that I had for 6 years. The setup is very straight forward and easy. It is advisable to not connect through extension cords or power strips as a degradation of performance is possible.
Summary: Works great!!! This is much better for my needs than a WiFi booster system. I live above my garage, which has been converted into a sound room and theatre. I plugged one of these units in upstairs, plugged in the "blue line" from my WiFi, then plugged the companion unit in downstairs and blue lined...
Really useful for providing wired connectivity where it's needed.
nobody_special "nobody special", Amazon
3 January 2015
Summary: I put these in my apartment to connect electronics in my living room with electronics in my bedroom since not all my appliances are wireless. I'm not allowed to run cable through the walls, although it looked like there were some wired outlets but rather than pay someone to test and repair the...
Summary: I wasted so much time searching for a better and more robust wireless solution. I've gone through two AC routers (first one sucked big time, the second one is ok and so-so), should've just stopped all the nonsense with over the air links and just gone with the Ethernet over powerline.