Summary: I needed an upgrade over my 802.11n wireless adapter on my desktop, and I had two choices, an 802.11ac adapter, or a powerline kit, both are about the same price. Given the fact that I don't stream multiple HD feeds, I went with a powerline kit, specifically this one for the 600mpbs speeds.
Summary: I have a Dual band router, so I decided to put an 802.11ac network card in my computer. It gave me a lot of trouble and when it did work it gave not great speeds. I decided to try these and they worked excellent.
Super-fast, super-easy networking at a great price.
Terry Walsh "Terry Walsh", Amazon
20 July 2015
Summary: Powerline adaptors can be amazingly useful in the home or office. Where wireless networks can’t reach, and wired Ethernet would be difficult or expensive to install, powerline can save the day.
Summary: Works great. Easy setup. I paired one to my router, and the other plugged into the other side of the house to a net gear switch, which I then connected to an Apple Airport Express to extend my house's WiFi. Very simple to use.
Summary: I have a standard Comcast wireless modem/router that could not provide adequate speeds to my Internet ready TV. The wireless modem (with high speed Xfinity wireless) was constantly buffering and dropping Internet movies.
Works great, once I found the right pair of circuits.
Satz, B&H Photo
12 July 2015
Excerpt: I connected one adapter to my cable modem and tried the other in more central loactions of my home. I was really disappointed with speed on my first two tries, but on the third location, they paired up great.
Summary: The software (PowerLine Utility) is not the best written. I had a power outage and the software refused to recognize ANY of the adapters (I have four). Online help was useless. Since I'm an IT person, I checked out the install directory (C:\Program Files (x86)\TP-LINK\PowerLine Utility) and found a...
Surprisingly, worked as well as advertized. Description stated ...
Thomas L Edler DDS, Amazon
15 June 2015
Summary: Surprisingly, worked as well as advertized. Description stated that no configuration was necessary and I totally didn't believe that statement. The only necessaary configuration was that I had to plug it in. Setup was that simple and is working flawlessly!