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TP-LINK TL-PA7020 KIT HomePlug AV2 MIMO AV1000 2 –Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, up to 1000 Mbps
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5 out of 5 eggs Great product, easy set up and reliable. 09/26/2016

This review is from: TP-LINK TL-PA7020 KIT HomePlug AV2 MIMO AV1000 2 –Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, up to 1000 Mbps

Pros: -Easy Plug and Play setup
-2 Ports on each adapter
-Ethernet cables included
-Over the period of 1 week the speed is consistent and has not dropped once

Cons: -Not getting the model with 3 ports is my only con but that isn't reason to knock any eggs

Other Thoughts: I have 130Mbps down and 5Mbps up through my ISP. With every powerline kit I have tested I have never been able to get over 36Mbps until now. With this powerline kit I am able to get almost 80Mbps down and I get my full 5Mbps up from one side of the house to the other (1900SF). In my living room I have my modem, HD Homerun Prime, an ASUS wireless router with a 4TB external hard drive attached to it. Transferring files through the powerline from my PC to that external drive connected to that router I get 18Mbps to 23Mbps but that said the USB port on the ASUS router is 2.0 so that definitely plays a role. All that said I was close to giving up on powerline adapters but this kit has given me renewed hope that the technology is evolving and is an extremely affordable means to running internet on the same power grid where WiFi is an issue.

Lastly I would like to point out that I have tested quite a few different adapters and if you are having an issue where your speed is really low I have found the cause to be too much noise in that receptacle. Try to use a receptacle where no major appliances are plugged into it because they create too much noise in that receptacle. Never attach a powerline adapter to a power strip as that will also have a big impact on speed and reliability. Its no secret TP-Link makes solid networking hardware and I can definitely recommend this product to anyone without a doubt. This product has earned its place in my home network and I will continue to use it going forward. 5 Eggs!

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TP-LINK TL-PA7020 KIT HomePlug AV2 MIMO AV1000 2 –Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, up to 1000 Mbps
  • eggxpert iconEggXpert

5 out of 5 eggs Great product, easy set up and reliable. 09/26/2016

This review is from: TP-LINK TL-PA7020 KIT HomePlug AV2 MIMO AV1000 2 –Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, up to 1000 Mbps

Pros: -Easy Plug and Play setup
-2 Ports on each adapter
-Ethernet cables included
-Over the period of 1 week the speed is consistent and has not dropped once

Cons: -Not getting the model with 3 ports is my only con but that isn't reason to knock any eggs

Other Thoughts: I have 130Mbps down and 5Mbps up through my ISP. With every powerline kit I have tested I have never been able to get over 36Mbps until now. With this powerline kit I am able to get almost 80Mbps down and I get my full 5Mbps up from one side of the house to the other (1900SF). In my living room I have my modem, HD Homerun Prime, an ASUS wireless router with a 4TB external hard drive attached to it. Transferring files through the powerline from my PC to that external drive connected to that router I get 18Mbps to 23Mbps but that said the USB port on the ASUS router is 2.0 so that definitely plays a role. All that said I was close to giving up on powerline adapters but this kit has given me renewed hope that the technology is evolving and is an extremely affordable means to running internet on the same power grid where WiFi is an issue.

Lastly I would like to point out that I have tested quite a few different adapters and if you are having an issue where your speed is really low I have found the cause to be too much noise in that receptacle. Try to use a receptacle where no major appliances are plugged into it because they create too much noise in that receptacle. Never attach a powerline adapter to a power strip as that will also have a big impact on speed and reliability. Its no secret TP-Link makes solid networking hardware and I can definitely recommend this product to anyone without a doubt. This product has earned its place in my home network and I will continue to use it going forward. 5 Eggs!

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TP-LINK TL-PA7020 KIT HomePlug AV2 MIMO AV1000 2 –Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, up to 1000 Mbps
  • eggxpert iconEggXpert

5 out of 5 eggs Great product, easy set up and reliable. 09/26/2016

This review is from: TP-LINK TL-PA7020 KIT HomePlug AV2 MIMO AV1000 2 –Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, up to 1000 Mbps

Pros: -Easy Plug and Play setup
-2 Ports on each adapter
-Ethernet cables included
-Over the period of 1 week the speed is consistent and has not dropped once

Cons: -Not getting the model with 3 ports is my only con but that isn't reason to knock any eggs

Other Thoughts: I have 130Mbps down and 5Mbps up through my ISP. With every powerline kit I have tested I have never been able to get over 36Mbps until now. With this powerline kit I am able to get almost 80Mbps down and I get my full 5Mbps up from one side of the house to the other (1900SF). In my living room I have my modem, HD Homerun Prime, an ASUS wireless router with a 4TB external hard drive attached to it. Transferring files through the powerline from my PC to that external drive connected to that router I get 18Mbps to 23Mbps but that said the USB port on the ASUS router is 2.0 so that definitely plays a role. All that said I was close to giving up on powerline adapters but this kit has given me renewed hope that the technology is evolving and is an extremely affordable means to running internet on the same power grid where WiFi is an issue.

Lastly I would like to point out that I have tested quite a few different adapters and if you are having an issue where your speed is really low I have found the cause to be too much noise in that receptacle. Try to use a receptacle where no major appliances are plugged into it because they create too much noise in that receptacle. Never attach a powerline adapter to a power strip as that will also have a big impact on speed and reliability. Its no secret TP-Link makes solid networking hardware and I can definitely recommend this product to anyone without a doubt. This product has earned its place in my home network and I will continue to use it going forward. 5 Eggs!

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Display Name: Carlos A.

Date Joined: 09/15/08

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