Summary: My situation is probably a difficult test for any device. I have a fairly large home and need to transmit the signal from one extreme end to the other, as well as down three levels. In addition, one end of the house was built 10 years after the original portion, meaning that there is a second circuit breaker box and I have no idea what route must be taken to reach the other end. That being said, I am mostly satisfied with this product.
Summary: Fantastic Powerline adapters! Plug and play - works great! Definitley an upgrade from my old PowerLine 100 and 200 adapters with the extra outlet in the back. Also, these just work out of the box, and don't have a finnickey setup like my old Monoprice ones did.
Pros: -super fast internet, -stays up all the time, -built in power plug is a HUGE bonus for older houses with a limited number of outlets
Summary: I bought these to extend my internet to an external shop. They are not plugged into the same circuit and still work well. The internet here is not very fast so I am not sure of the speed, but I definitely recommend this product for the $50 I paid.
Pros: Easy setup, Don't lose outlet space, Works out of box
Summary: My laptop has been plagued with router issues that prevented me from having an acceptable gaming experience and, while I purchased a new router (I still haven't set it up yet), I also bought this set to test out. It's definitely a good alternative to wireless especially if it's causing issues.
Summary: Purchased it to put in the basement room where the wifi is weak. For the sale price of $49.99 & the good reviews I thought I'd give it a try. Tested it out on the same floor it works good & speed is fast. Set it up in the basement, it's working and it's fast. No more slow wifi for me. Definitely would buy again to expand and recommend it to anyone.
Excerpt: Fast networking, easy installation. Highly recommended. The built-in outlet simplifies finding a place.You have to use Windows if you want to create your own password, but it's way easier to use the self-generating password. Only drawback is that you have to push the password reset button on all units within a couple of minutes.
Summary: I needed a solution to connect my WD TV Live Plus media streamer downstairs so I can access Netflix, etc... Unfortunately, it's not wifi capable unless I buy a USB wifi adapter for it. This is the perfect solution. I connected one adapter to my modem upstairs, plugged it in. The other adapter, I plugged it downstairs and connected my WD TV Live Plus to it (also connected my Blu-Ray player) and it works perfect. Way better than the USB wifi adapter solution.