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TP-LINK TL-WA854RE V1.2 300Mbps Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender, Repeater, Wall Plug design, One-button Setup, Smart Signal Indicator
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Easy set-up with the WPS buttons. Unit has very good LED's that let you know what is happening. My Win 7 network reported a full 300 MBps. Using it, my network traffic seemed very good. Speedy.

Price is very good. Keeps same SSID, so you can find your network.

Cons: None really. You got to be able to put it about halfway between your router and your devices. Placement is important.

Other Thoughts: Not bad for a range extender. I am old school - IF I can get a hard-wired connection, I am happy. If not, then we must succumb to WI-FI and its wrinkles.

NETGEAR WNR2020v2 Wireless N300 Wi-Fi Router with External Antennas
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  • Owned For: 1 week to 1 month

Pros: Easy setup, Really easy.
Router works well. Nothing fancy, but good signal - good range.
Router stays very cool to touch.

Cons: None really. At this price point, you are getting a basic router.

TRENDnet TPL-408E2K Powerline AV2 AV600 Adapter Kit, Up to 600Mbps
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  • Owned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Easy set-up. Take them out of box, connect to router, plug into AC plug, and up and running. Nice LED lights keep you posted on status. Enclosed CD has full manuals, install help, etc.
I plugged a Trendnet 8 port gigabyte switch into the receiving unit, and have 7 ports available to power up all devices in my remote "man cave". Wife is happy. No more wires running thru house.

Cons: None.

Other Thoughts: I have used dozens of powerline kits. This one, so far, works great.
I have used Trendnet now about 15 times for various gear, and I like this company a lot. Good prices, good value.


Richard H.'s Profile

Display Name: Richard H.

Date Joined: 08/27/03

  • Reviews: 58
  • Helpfulness: 21
  • First Review: 12/26/08
  • Last Review: 10/30/15
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