Pros: No setup, Can expand almost all existing networks, Cheaper and easier than wiring, Coverage up to 5000 sq. ft.
Cons: Speed issues, More latency than standard Ethernet, Performance depends on your house's wiring
No setup, Up to 8 devices, Works with almost all networks, Cheaper and easier than wiring, Coverage up to 5000 sq. ft. Speed issues, More latency than standard Ethernet If you are looking to get an internet connection from point A to point B then there are generally three options. You can use a standard Ethernet cable, you can use Wi-Fi, or you can use a Powerline setup. Powerline will use the existing electrical lines in your house and transmit internet packets over them. This turns your house into a king of pre-existing Ethernet network. Here is a quick list of the pros and cons of these three networking options. There are many more pluses and minuses for each, but this is just a basic...(read more)