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Pros: -Compact, about 4 inches long
-Good build quality
-No large plug at the receptacle
Other Thoughts: It's pretty basic, but it gets the job done. I have some chargers that my phone doesn't agree with and goes into a slow charge state. This one doesn't have that problem. It's also nice to have it on the desk instead of down behind the desk.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Seems to be stable with continuous use connecting my modem to router
- Tested speed at 90Mbps down and 10Mbps up (maximum for my ISP connection).
- Doesn't block the top plug when connectedt to the bottom of a standard wall socket.
- Included two 3-foot CAT5 cables.
Cons: - No pass through for power
- setup can be tricky if the connected devices are not cooperating (only a single debug light)
Other Thoughts: I had some issues connecting my router to my modem using this kit in between them. I found that initial setup works best when I got the router and modem working while they were directly connected, then moved the router to where I wanted it. When I first started testing with the router and modem already connected to the powerline kit, it was harder to troubleshoot issues. So far I've been able to watch SlingTV and do normal tasks without any hiccups.READ FULL REVIEW