Summary: The item(s) were easily installed and worked with no problem. Unfortunately, I had recently upgraded my Comcast cable system from the older Motorola to the new "X1" system. As soon as I plugged-in the TrendNet adapters, my X1 system acted-up.
Summary: I have two of these units as well as two TPL-303E's. They worked fine for months, but then one of the 303E's failed to connect to the network. I then made the mistake of going to the TRENDET website, and downloading the Powerline Utility so I could add it manually, as the user manual instructed.
Summary: Setup the password and used the devices just for printing to a non-wireless printer instead of getting a printserver or leaving my computer on all the time for that service. Worked well. Good enough for printing and scanning.
Summary: I bought two sets of these to replace an old Netgear PowerLine system that is no longer supported or compatible with the new standard protocol. It's as plug-and-play as it gets-- I didn't have any issues with these and the speeds are very close to advertised.
Summary: You can you this if your MAC or PC wireless receiver is bugging out. Just plug one into your router with and ethernet cord and into the power outlet and then the the other next to your computer and another ethernet cord into its ethernet port and BLAM your done and your computer is smoking hot.
Excellent product, easy to install, plug and play.
16 June 2013
Summary: This product solved my problem of wifi dead spots. The router wifi antenna is upstairs while my wife's laptop is downstairs in a fairly large house. This adapter kit is very easy to us, simply plug into electrical power outlets, then use the cables provided, one to the router and one to the...
Summary: I cannot be sure if this product actually speeds up my dvd player's streaming speed. My kid's Wii has a better wifi reception and when I hook up my dvd player to the product it still cannot compete with the Wii.
Summary: I've been using this device for a few months, and it works well. There's a hitch, though: TRENDnet warns you that it won't work if plugged in to a surge protector, and they're right. I conducting a few tests with just one endpoint in a surge protector, and performance degraded to near-unusable.