Summary: Excellent product must try I live in apartment and my DSL socket not near my tv lounge that the reason I buy that product and it give me great result with wired and wifi work great Must try that product you will never disappoint
Summary: My advise is: keep your receipt The concept is great, transmit your WiFi through power lines and rebroadcast in areas of poor reception. Doing it is the problem. The instructions are very brief and confusing mixing WiFi, Ethernet, establishing a second WiFi network, or (what I wanted) extending the...
Summary: The TP-Link wifi range extender was surprisingly easy to setup and is extremely useful. It allows you to extend your wifi via the electrical wiring in your home instead of having to use a long ethernet cord or by the slower method of repeating the signal.
Excerpt: The devices worked right away. I followed the four steps in instructions and had a new wireless connection setup in a few miuntes. It was sooooo easy. So far performance is good, but don't watch streaming videos.
Summary: I hooked this product up to my second computer & the range was great it connected right with my cable box & now my children have their own computer to play games & do homework assignments for school when it opens back up! I am so glad I chose this product.
Summary: Easy setup, works good! You have to make sure the two units are on the same electric circuit for the power line function to work. I placed the extender in my de-attached garage and the power line signal did not work since the garage is on another electrical circuit.
Excerpt: This product may work fine in the right situation. The sender and receiver must be on the same electrical circuit in your house for this to work. In my case, I had the sending unit in the house and the receiver out in the garage which is on another circuit. It would not/could not work