Amped Wireless Powerline Nano AV500 Network Adapter Kit Review

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Amped Wireless Powerline Nano AV500 Network Adapter Kit rated Kickass by 3dGameMan.com

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Review category: Networking
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The Amped Wireless Powerline Nano AV500 Network Adapter Kit is the perfect option if a traditional wired/wireless network isn't possible. Easy setup; connect one adapter into an outlet, use the included cable to connect it to the router, then connect the other adapters into outlets. It's capable of 500Mbps speeds, so it's fast and you can attach any device with an RJ-45 connection, including wireless access points.


 

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Anonymous

Use a couple of these 500's myself...Different brand, but love them!
Simple and effective.

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Anonymous

Nice. Also how is Magix Music maker?

3dGameMan
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Magix Music is great, but I'm no expert at using it, know basics.

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thank you rodney

Anonymous

rodney can tell me please i can install different dual channel memory brands ?

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Yes, as long as the specs are the same. The recommended thing to do though is have all of the same memory, just to me safe. RAM has a funny way of sometimes having a mind of it's own.

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This is great for watching Live TV over the network using MythTV for my server as a backend where my PCIe TV tuner is located and I can use my desktop or laptop to watch TV or recorded videos.

Powerline networking is a very wonderful feature compared to wireless networking.

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