It generally works very good, when only a half dozen devices are connected ...
4 weeks ago
Summary: I've been using this product for almost 2 years now. It generally works very good, when only a half dozen devices are connected at once, such as those owned by my own household on a typical day. We have a Roku, Chromecast. Samsung SmartTV, Xbox 360, 3 smartphones, a Chromebook, and a tablet potentially connected on any given day. It rarely fails on a typical day.
The unit sets up pretty easily and transfers data as expected
Brett Slaski, Amazon
10 October 2014
Summary: It's okay. The unit sets up pretty easily and transfers data as expected. My only issue is it seems that I needed to restart it often to get a good connection. I will be on the wireless network for a time and it will just disconnect or not work well. This will happen with different devices. In all fairness it may be local radio interference, though I have no proof of this.
Summary: I wasted 8 hours and spoke with two tech support people from Trendne trying to set up what was supposed to be a simple repeater for my home network. 1. Quick, push button WPS setup method failed. 2. Setup instructions and software finally worked to set up device as a wireless base router, which I didn't want 3. Instructions don't tell you they are only about a third of REAL instructions, which have to be downloaded from Trendnet website.
Summary: If you have access to a network cable (cat5) and want to extent your network this is an easy option. i had a repeater and this seemed better because it is hard wired to the router. Set up was easy using the provided setup disk.