Summary: When I first got these (I have 2), my broadband speed was fairly low (5Mb/s dn - 1Mb/s up) and using these from room to room was very convenient. As I got into my current home, broadband speed was better (15Mb/s - 2Mb/s) and it still worked great from 2 different rooms.
Summary: Difficult to setup (plug both into the same power strip to start), but works eventually. I was seeing a sustained 12MBps across these, with some fluctuation. Note that power surges (even the most slight) will affect connectivity in these. In my case, these were faster than wireless, but not perfect.
Summary: Not as fast as I would like, but does the job. My modem is downstairs and I wanted a way to get a wired line to my Xbox upstairs since my wireless adapter was sketchy. I ran some speed test using my computer and it came out to about 30%.
Works great; A little slow these days, sometimes resets from power surges
C. Ervin, Amazon
30 December 2014
Summary: Works great; Not the fastest homeplug solution these days, but I already have several and it's good to buy the same model to maintain full compatibility. Only downside is that power surges/brownouts/outages can reset their settings so that you have to reenter your network name/password, and I've...
I couldn't believe something like this would work but it does
Jet Do, Amazon
8 October 2014
Summary: I couldn't believe something like this would work but it does! I have an older home so no CAT-5 outlets and there are a lot of walls between the Wi-Fi router and the far side of the house. Issue resolved! Decent speeds too.
Summary: Love these powerline adapters; This has been the only solution to my issue. (My house is all concrete - I live in Puerto Rico) therefore wifi signal is lost within a room to another or from one story of the house to the other.