Summary: DO NOT BUY if you have Verizon FIOS and live in a multi-level house. I tried every conceivable combination of wall sockets and never got a reliable connection. Plug-and-play is simply not true here. Even when I got a connection, it quickly decayed and I had to continually reset the connection.
Unbelievably easy to connect and all work flawlessly
Just the Facts "majusa", Amazon
31 January 2015
Summary: Well worth the money. In 2012, I installed two Netgear Powerline 500's in my home because wireless just wouldn't allow streaming from Netflix. I liked those so well, that I shopped for more a month later. However, this time I bought a couple of the Zyxel 200 Mbps. All worked together seamlessly.
Summary: Works as advertised and I like that it shuts off when no data is being used. I bought this to improve on a stuttering wifi signal that kept dropping during movies. Although this works very well and I never have signal issues anymore I dropped 1 star because it seems to take a minute or so to...
Summary: Complete waste of time. Didn't work when I bought it, and doesn't work months later when I tried again. Instructions are awful. I don't see how to make it join my existing network. Maybe it has to be the only network in the house, but who could know one way or the other?
Summary: This product works great and is the perfect solution to apartment living where running ethernet through the attic and making outlets in the wall isn't really ideal, but I wish powerline adapters were a little faster.
Summary: I have had great success with these adapters. As a matter of fact, this is the second set I have purchased in the past year. I ran into an issue where my internet modem/router can only be installed in my bedroom.
I would highly recommend this product even though I was admittedly quite skeptical
AdmiralP "Kev", Amazon
4 July 2014
Summary: You will notice definite speed loss as opposed to the system(s) directly hardwired to your router, but it still packs a phenomenal bandwidth transfer. I am utilizing a 50 Mbps connection and the rig on the opposite end of my powerline adapter is running at about fifty percent.