Doesn't get even close to claimed speeds in a recent-construction condominium
11 June 2014
Summary: I'm in a sub-1000sqft unit in a high rise building less than 5 years old -- all the big systems that put interesting loads on the electrical supply (elevators, air conditioning, etc) are far, far away from me. As such, I'd expect to get something remotely close to advertised speeds... right?
Summary: I have a 25mb dsl line and the router is upstairs in my house. My PS3 is downstairs and via wifi I normally get download speed ~5mb and upload of 700k. Hooked this up and it basically doubled my d/l speed to about 9.7mb. Gave it 4 stars only because I am selfish.
Summary: So what they never tell you about this product, not anywhere that I could find at least, is that the more things plugged into that circuit around your home (not just more network adapters, just anything period), the worse the performance.
Summary: Love Trendnet. The adapter just needs to be plugged into an outlet (directly - NOT into extension cable) and voila - you have wired internet. Superfast and works fantastic in all three levels of my 2600 sqft house.