For complex reasons, the distance between my PC and the wireless router is quite large. Instead of going through the rather arduous (maybe impossible in this case) task of wiring my home office for ethernet, I've been looking at other options. One of which is the ethernet over power line. One adapter sits next to your router, and another sits next to where you want network access. The adapters plug into wall sockets and ethernet cables plug into these adapters and supposedly you can get up to 200 MBps transfer speed. Here's an example of one such product.
My goal is to have a consistent connection back to the router in terms of latency. I'd ideally like to consistently acheive < 1ms ping times like I would be able to if I was wired directly. I can live with 10-20 MBps back to the router. I'm just tired of the sketchiness of this wireless connection.
Should I even bother with trying this? Will I be able to get as reliable a connection as i would through a direct ethernet connection?