Got my 2 yeterday. I must say they were miserable to set up. 2.4GHZ Wireless being flaky on a good day guess I shouldn't be surprised. Really annoyed that they're not 5GHZ capable, but then they're cheap....
So I'm sitting 6 feet away from my Plasma, Chromecast plugged in to the back.
I go to do the setup, setup sees it, but can't connect.
I have a wireless G 2.4GHZ router right beside the TV, so I unplug it, poof, I'm in.
Go to join a wireless network, it sees my other other wireless ( B G N dual band 2.4 and 5 GHZ) but only the 2.4GHZ side.
And, it can't connect to it 30 feet away thru one wall.
I plug the other 2.4 GHZ router back in, and it connects to it fine.
Ok having a wireless device directly behind a big interference generating shield (plasma panel) I guess I can't expect it to have any kind of range. Will have to get an HDMI extension to move it from behind the set.
The 2nd one is going upstairs on an old Samsung LCD, 1 floor above the dual-band router.
Setting up the second one was a major pain. The setup program would see both, even after one was powered off. Then after a reboot would see the unconfigured one, but not connect to it.
Yes I did a wireless site analysis and have everything on non-overlapping/interfering channels.
After much fighting it's set up and actually works upstairs.
Now that they're configured, they're a bit less flakey.
Still ticked that they don't do 5ghz, but then they're $38.00...
Now to test the W.A.F.