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End of line, use these for my Bravia TV, saves the price of Sony wifi adapter. Could use for xbox 360 etc. 57 in stock when posting. £4.18 cheapest postage, but free postage over £50 (so free if you need 3!).
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#1
Will this work with a TP-link Powerline HS85 does anyone know? from what i can gather there seems to be 2 types of Powerline technology
#2
I doubt it... belkin normally lock their kit up.. Some of belkins own power line devices aren't even compatible with other belkin power line devices.
#3
civicracer
Will this work with a TP-link Powerline HS85 does anyone know? from what i can gather there seems to be 2 types of Powerline technology

As stated very very unlikely their 200mps plugs do not even work with other Belkin plugs or are compaitable with other makes
#4
Anyone any experience of these - I know Belkin have a dismal reputation with routers, etc?
#5
Good deal if you need more than 2. Just bought a pair 2 weeks ago. Wish this deal was around then as 3 would have been ideal.

Voted HOT
#6
I bought one of these a while but I can only plug in the router, there is nowhere for my internet devices to go :P
#7
I do NOT reccomend these.

I bought 3 of them last year, and couldn't get both Xbox's in my house have Open NAT.

Returned them, bought different plugs, and they worked instantly w/ both 360's having Open NAT
#8
buy 2 and its quite a cheap pair :-)
banned#9
Hot from me - cheaper than the twin pack Ebuyer did have in stock a couple of days ago. Cheers OP.
#10
Been working flawlessly for a good year in two different houses. Hot from me.
#11
baconsandwich
Been working flawlessly for a good year in two different houses. Hot from me.

what, not from one house to another?
#12
nebno6
baconsandwich
Been working flawlessly for a good year in two different houses. Hot from me.
what, not from one house to another?
Yeah in separate houses. If you buy two and post one to Google you get 200Mbps Interweb.
#13
Yes it is possible to share with neighbours but at significantly reduced data rates. It depends on the power cable distribution in your street. That is why they run with encryption.
#14
These are now discontinued - probably due to their poor reviews. Looked at them myself and decided to give them a miss.
#15
whats the power usage on these? would a wireless method be chaeper in long term?
#16
nebno6
baconsandwich
Been working flawlessly for a good year in two different houses. Hot from me.

what, not from one house to another?


lol, no i ment it worked flawlessly in two different houses with different wiring... didn't mean one in one house, one in another!
banned#17
what are these used for ? and how do they work

thanks
#18
They turn the mains wiring of your house into a network. So you plug two or more of these in and then plug a computer (or switch) into each one. The computers can then talk to each other. A good idea if you don't want to have long network cables or if wifi is either too slow or has too poor reception for some of your computers.
#19
If I buy just one of these, have I got all the kit I need i.e. a plug for the router and plug for the device (Internet-enabled TV) I want to connect to the net? Or do I have to buy two plugs?
#20
bought one of these about £38 fom maplin for my Sony bravia internet TV, works with any tv, dvd, or humax. http://www.netgear.com/landing/wnce2001.aspx
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Crash2904
If I buy just one of these, have I got all the kit I need i.e. a plug for the router and plug for the device (Internet-enabled TV) I want to connect to the net? Or do I have to buy two plugs?

You need two plugs, one to connect the router the 2nd for the other device
#22
blammo
Crash2904
If I buy just one of these, have I got all the kit I need i.e. a plug for the router and plug for the device (Internet-enabled TV) I want to connect to the net? Or do I have to buy two plugs?

You need two plugs, one to connect the router the 2nd for the other device


Thanks for your advice blammo!

Bought one yesterday, as I thought this would be a suitable and cheaper alternative than to get a Wi-Fi USB stick for my tv (around £50), but if I now have to buy two of these it will cost about the same! Can't cancel the order as it's at the picking stage, so might have to send this back for a refund as I'm not sure it's worth it!

Should have done my research, instead of just impulse buying!
1 Like #23
Crash - it's worth it if you buy a pair plus you'd get a better connection speed than going wireless.... so much better for watching iplayer etc and streaming via DLNA.

Can't you convince a friend it's something they need - then you can get them to order an extra one for you without paying for postage twice. ;op
#24
pops1975
Crash - it's worth it if you buy a pair plus you'd get a better connection speed than going wireless.... so much better for watching iplayer etc and streaming via DLNA.

Can't you convince a friend it's something they need - then you can get them to order an extra one for you without paying for postage twice. ;op


Good thinking... Now who can I convince...? I'll have a bit more of a look in to it tonight. Thanks for your help!
#25
Have to admit two devolo homeplugs were not quite fast enough to stream m2ts hd camcorder video via dnla for me. Did start to jitter when thefridge turned on :(

Ended up with 5ghz wireless n instead, which did the trick for me. Everyone has different senarious and homeplugs work for most.
#26
thought about these after researching for last few days but after something which has multiple outputs within the same unit so can connect tv, xbox, media player etc (future proof). Also want a few single port plugs for other locations - any suggestions - the 4 port western digital twin pack looks good but would still like another single port and total cost increasing!

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