7dayshop 200Mbps Mini HomePlug / Powerline Ethernet Network Adapter Twin pack @ 7dayshop £38.99 - HotUKDeals
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Looks to be a good price for two 200Mbps plugs. Other kits seem to be at least £40.

The Adapter will help you network better than ever, by turning your existing AC power lines in your home or office into a potential high-speed Ethernet network. Now you don’t have to drill through the walls or climb through the attic or cellar to install network cables. Just use the wires that already exist all over your house.

This adapter is up to 60% smaller than most other brands, also the power plug is adjustable so you can turn the adapter to the left, to the right or completely upside down, just in case you are having trouble fitting the adapter where you need it most.

Another great feature (only available on the 200mbps adapter) is that you can password protect your network by pairing the particular adapters you are using.

This 200 Mbps Powerline Adapter is widely used together with digital media devices, game consoles, print servers, computers, and network storage devices throughout your home, where there is requirement for high-quality data transmission through Ethernet connection.
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#1
What's In The Box
200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter x 2
User Guide
1.5m Patch Cable x 2
#2
don't bother ordering from 7dayshop, have some ram that I ordered from them.. it's faulty and have contacted them about this matter several times with no reply or even a copy of what I wrote being sent to my e-mail address (as it says it does on their support page) - I am going to give them one more try and then request a chargeback from my bank.
I've ordered stuff off them before and it's been weeks before receiving stuff, but have had no problem with the items, but now I have a problem I can't get any response from them whatsoever.. so my advice is buy from somewhere else even if it is a few ££s more, at least they have some customer service.
#3
YES YES YES

I hoped I'd see Homeplug adapters have both these features in the future: A smaller size and an option to reposition the ethernet plug.

I've had an adapter broken in the past because RJ45 plugs out like a sore thumb, really easy to get pushed by feet/furniture and damage the port.
Hooray!

Also, heat. Worth noting that these have a nice two-year warranty as well.
1 Like #4
Think of the AM :(
#5
Was looking to get some homeplugs,

might take the plunge with these.
#6
agreed..customer service not great, no phone number to call. takes over a week to receive goods. i can get stuff from the far east quicker.
paddy.stone
don't bother ordering from 7dayshop, have some ram that I ordered from them.. it's faulty and have contacted them about this matter several times with no reply or even a copy of what I wrote being sent to my e-mail address (as it says it does on their support page) - I am going to give them one more try and then request a chargeback from my bank.
I've ordered stuff off them before and it's been weeks before receiving stuff, but have had no problem with the items, but now I have a problem I can't get any response from them whatsoever.. so my advice is buy from somewhere else even if it is a few ££s more, at least they have some customer service.
#7
Anyone actually own these ones? Would like to know if they run cool or hot.
#8
60% smaller and adjustable, sounds good to me. Its a shame that there are no reviews. Also worth noting that they do a triple pack for £56.99. Voted hot!

Edited By: GodVilla on Jan 16, 2011 20:18: :-
#9
New to homeplugs so a quick question. There are 2x adaptors, does this mean that 1 will go from my phone line into the wall and the other can be positioned anywhere in my house (i.e. Next to the ps3). Also, can I run a router or split the connection by my ps3 as my PC is in the same room so would be easier to have both on a wired connection. TIA
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oj0
New to homeplugs so a quick question. There are 2x adaptors, does this mean that 1 will go from my phone line into the wall and the other can be positioned anywhere in my house (i.e. Next to the ps3). Also, can I run a router or split the connection by my ps3 as my PC is in the same room so would be easier to have both on a wired connection. TIA
Explained simply.
Plug 1: This goes into an electric wall socket near router and an ethernet cable runs from the plug to your router.
Plug 2: This goes into an electric wall socket near your PS3 and an ethernet cable runs from the plug to your PS3.
The plugs use your household electrical wiring to create a hard wired connection from your router to your PS3. HTH.



Edited By: Baldricky on Jan 16, 2011 20:34
#11
Cheers mate, it was plug 1 that I was unsure of. As for plug 2, is there a way of splitting the connection to go between multiple devices (eg ps3, 360, PC etc)?
suspended#12
oj0
Cheers mate, it was plug 1 that I was unsure of. As for plug 2, is there a way of splitting the connection to go between multiple devices (eg ps3, 360, PC etc)?


Get a lan port hub like THIS CLICKY, thats what I have in my media corner of the room works a treat....

Edited By: mikbak on Jan 16, 2011 20:48
#13
i know the price is creeping up but i would go for the ebuyer ones......

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/179960

pass-thru so you dont lose 2 plug sockets. also tried and tested with good reviews.
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mikbak
oj0
Cheers mate, it was plug 1 that I was unsure of. As for plug 2, is there a way of splitting the connection to go between multiple devices (eg ps3, 360, PC etc)?
Get a lan port hub like [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.play.com%2FPC%2FPCs%2F4-%2F12505605%2FGetNet-GS-118P-8-Port-10-100Mbps-Ethernet-Switch%2FProduct.html%3FP36%3DSWZAVW%26affid%3Dhotukdeals%26awc%3Dbuyat%26_%24ja%3Dtsid%3A11516%7Cprd%3Ahotukdeals]THIS CLICKY[/url], thats what I have in my media corner of the room works a treat....

Or a gigabit switch if you want to make use of the above stated 200 Mbps, which is what I thought the point of buying these ones over the far cheaper 85 Mbps one's was ? ;)

Cartz 25 % more expensive is not creeping up, thats a fair whack more.

Look's to be a good deal, be interested if anyone has had them though and can give some feedback.
#15
Actually to correct myself it seems the 200 Mbps is only on the best quality of lines and average speed is around 100 Mbps , so the above switch will work fine, my bad ! lol (below taken from a review on other homeplugs) :

"Note that for Solwise to eek 200Mbps out of the HomePlugs, it would have had to connect devices using 1cm of high-quality copper. You'll never achieve this in your home. We managed to achieve 100Mbps in normal conditions, which is ample for most requirements.
"
#16
Can someone explain this for me please.

So if
Wireless g is 54mbps
Wireless n is 300mbps
Ethernet is 100mbps
These homeplugs 200mbps

So which would be best for streaming. I get confused when I read people say ethernet is better than wireless n. So in terms of the above where do these homplugs fall speed wise.
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gavjbrown
Can someone explain this for me please.

So if
Wireless g is 54mbps
Wireless n is 300mbps
Ethernet is 100mbps
These homeplugs 200mbps

So which would be best for streaming. I get confused when I read people say ethernet is better than wireless n. So in terms of the above where do these homplugs fall speed wise.

The wireless N router will be faster for most conditions, however over longer distances the plugs will retain their speed much better than the wireless will. Ethernet itself is better with virtually no speed loss over the longer distances, but most people don't want 50m of cabling to get to the other side of the house. This is where the home plug comes in, it utilises the copper cable in your home so the cabling is not required, and therefore is not ethernet purely and hence the speed loss.

Edited By: Fredrics on Jan 16, 2011 21:21
#18
Good price if these work OK. I had some cheap Homeplugs that very quickly got ditched because they would regularly fail and have to be unplugged before they would work again. Since switching to ZyXEL branded ones (£54.99 for the equivalent twin pack from Ebuyer), they have been totally reliable even when transferring huge files or downloading several torrents.
#19
Ended up buying 2 x Comtrend ones instead, I know they are not industry standard "Homeplug av 802.3/3u" , but I only need the one pair, and they have the passthrough plugs, got them for £45 delivered and also support up to 200 Mbps, and seem to have some decent reviews.
#20
one thing to note is these 200mbps devices have 100base-t connectors on them so you're guaranteed never to get 200mbps from them (i think they mean 100mbps full-duplex).

anyone tried the belkin "gigabit" ones - they obviously won't get gigabit speeds, but at least the connector is 1000base-t, so if your wiring is capable at least you won't be crippled by the ethernet port.

the ebuyer-value or zyxel ones seem to be the best 200mbps at the moment according to reviews.
#21
Quick question - can I plug these into 4 way adapters that are plugged into wall sockets? My house has a lack of wall sockets and I cant really give up one for the luxury of a wired connection (I already have N wireless over short distance, but cba with all the port forwarding required for gaming)...
#22
ubiquity
Quick question - can I plug these into 4 way adapters that are plugged into wall sockets? My house has a lack of wall sockets and I cant really give up one for the luxury of a wired connection (I already have N wireless over short distance, but cba with all the port forwarding required for gaming)...


Yes - I was worried about this also but gave it a go before I started moving all my devices around
It worked fine with both units plugged into 4 -way adaptors
suspended#23
Maybe someone can enlighten me here, is the wireless network constrained by the slowest connection.
ie is it pointless having n if you are also using a g on the network?

Edited By: mikbak on Jan 17, 2011 19:02
#24
/So has anyone bought these who can provide a review`?
#25
My triple set came today

Very easy to get working, just plug them in and that's it.

Cant comment on speeds as both devices that there plugged in have no way to see.

Tried streaming a movie and 720p youtube video and it worked fine. Having said that, so did my 54g wifi.
#26
Has anyone tried these also using 85mps homeplugs? Know many won't coexist. Have a wireless homeplug that i want to also use
#27
My double pack arrived a week after I ordered it. Plugged one into the router, the other into my new Sony tv in the room next door, and hey presto, I now can get Internet TV (main reason I bought the telly). Very impressed that it is that simple. Also like the fact that with these ones, you can change the orientation of the mains plug into the wall socket. Just wish now that I'd bought the triple pack....
#28
Still waiting for mine. Might give up soon as it has been over 3 weeks and they still dont know when they will get them. Is anyone else still waiting for theres?
#29
Birdkeeper_chris
Still waiting for mine. Might give up soon as it has been over 3 weeks and they still dont know when they will get them. Is anyone else still waiting for theres?


Have yours turned up yet? Hoping to put an order in. Bu if you're still waiting, I'd be better paying the extra for delivery and getting these
#30
orbit05
Birdkeeper_chris
Still waiting for mine. Might give up soon as it has been over 3 weeks and they still dont know when they will get them. Is anyone else still waiting for theres?


Have yours turned up yet? Hoping to put an order in. Bu if you're still waiting, I'd be better paying the extra for delivery and getting these


They have not arrived yet. They have informed me they should receive a delivery by the 28 Feb

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