NexusLink Specializes in Networking Alternatives
Think Beyond The Router
What are Networking Alternatives? They are devices that complement your home’s existing network. That means you can add any of our devices to your home’s Internet Network for added security, speed, and range.
Who Needs Networking Alternatives?
Our Networking Alternatives were made to Complement Your Existing Home Network. This means it’s a valuable add-on to your home network, no matter what technologies you are already using.
Networking Alternatives Are For You If
Running Ethernet is Too Troublesome & Expensive
Do you want a stable wired connection, but find running Ethernet cables too inconvenient to be an option?
Your Router's Wireless Just Isn't Fast Enough
Don’t want to get one of those super expensive routers? Or do you already have one but it’s still not performing to your standards?
Your Network Can't Reach Your Remote Rooms
Does your current network make you feel like you’re in the lost in the wireless wastelands? Are you experiencing Wireless Dead-zones even with home networking alternatives like “Wireless Extenders”?
Sound like you? Find your solution below!
Best For: Online Gaming | Video Streaming | Ethernet-Enabled Devices
The GPL-1200-KIT is NexusLink’s bestselling Powerline Ethernet Adapter. It utilizes G.hn Powerline, the newest standard in Powerline Technology. Not only is the GPL-1200-KIT perfect for gaming and streaming, but it is also our most compact solution– so you know that it’ll fit right in with your gaming or streaming setup.
Best For: Eliminating Deadzones | Tablets | Phones | Portable Devices
Bring next-generation wireless performance to your remote rooms via electrical wiring. NexusLink’s GPL-1200WAC is a G.hn-based powerline device with the added benefit of 802.11ac WiFi connectivity. Using existing electrical wiring and powerline technology, you can get WiFi connectivity to hard to reach locations without the weakened signal of a wireless extender.
LEARN MORE ABOUT G.HN POWERLINE:
The Technology that delivers Internet Anywhere there’s an Outlet