Today, we're looking at the Netgear XAV5101 Powerline Adapter, an earlier entry in the AV500 device class, to see how it fares against some of the newer powerline models.
Tenda released the P1002P, a Powerline Adapter with two LAN ports, allowing multiple wired devices to connect anywhere in your home via your home’s powerline.
Netgear's PLW1000 PowerLINE WiFi 1000 Adapter Kit, released during CES, consists of an adapter and access point. It can provide WiFi coverage anywhere through a powerline connection.
Qualcomm Atheros added the PL42 powerline solution in an effort to lower costs while still keeping up with top-performing powerline devices.
For those looking to expand their home networks without having to run additional cabling, or dealing with weak Wi-Fi coverage, Tom's Hardware looks at Linksys PLEK-500 Powerline Kit.
Powerline technology can help augment the demands placed on your existing Wi-Fi network, but at what speeds? We tested four powerline adapters to find out.
As we dive into powerline network adapter testing, the key to any good benchmark is sound methodology. Here's how we evaluate these devices.
TP-Link adds more Ethernet ports and a passthrough power outlet in its latest Powerline networking kit.
Learn the basics of Powerline networking, how the underlying technology works, and what to consider before you make a purchase.