Summary: It was recommended by a tec friend of mind to solve the problem of a slow delivery speed to my big screen TV that was operating wireless. Works like a charm so far and every thing you need comes with it.
Extremely simple to use, effective even in our 100+ yr old condo building with plaster walls
24 December 2013
Summary: We moved into a 100 yr old condo building with thick plaster walls which disrupted the WiFi signal. Rooms adjacent to our WiFi router would experience significant signal loss. We didn't know if our electrical wiring would be conducive towards a Powerline setup, and whether or not the signal strength/integrity would holdup over potentially multiple circuits. This Powerline setup worked extremely well. We now effectively have two WiFi nodes at opposite ends of the house.
Summary: A snap to set up....just plug into the wall outlet where ever you need your WiFi signal! We have several of them throughout the house to keep the signal strong everywhere. Fast delivery...all good!
Summary: Exactly what i needed in my 3 story town home. Especially if I am in the garage and wish the WIFI was better, I just now plug the adapter to an outlet and then an ethernet cable to my laptop and that it it. More stable connection than WIFI. Plus the WIFI part of this boost my signal on my second story.
cheapest and quickest way to increase Home Network...
P. Kim "hanman", Amazon
16 December 2013
Summary: with Gateway on Third flr. I wired RJ45 to create home network but it wasn't working so I tried TP-Link WPA211 to create an internet access on second flr, it works great, I was able to put a WIFi switch there to create a second WiFi network. Now to complete I used WPA281 on basement. I used RJ45 port to connect to BR drive and it works great, and game Wii and other devices were able to connect via WiFi to WPA281.