Belkin Gigabit Powerline HD (2 adaptors) £65.99 inc VAT (+ delivery) @ OcUK - HotUKDeals
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was £88.99 inc VAT
now £65.99 inc VAT (£56.16 ex VAT)

- Compliant Standard IEEE 802.3/802.3u. HomePlug® AV-certified. Coexistence with HomePlug 1.0
- Encryption Types Supported 128 Bit AES - Push Button technology to set up a random key
- Hardware Interface Type RJ45 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, Mains power
- Humidity Operating: 10 ~ 85%, Storing: 5 ~ 90% non-condensing
- LEDs Power/Security; Ethernet Link; Powerline Link
- Link Rate 1000Mbps
- Max. Operating Range Up to 300m in wall powerlines.
- Max. Supported Clients 8 bridged devices per station.

Package Includes
- 2 Powerline adapters
- 2 RJ45 Cables
- Quick Install Guide
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#1
Nice price for GIG Set.....
#2
These things are still soooo expensive though... :-(
#3
Was looking into buying a set of homeplugs/powerline adaptors. The reviews for this set aren't great!

In the end I've just bought 30m of External ethernet cat 6 cable which I'm going to route outside!
#4
1000mbps, so you basically wouldnt notice any speed difference between this and a normal wired connection right?

Currently using Comtrend 902s @ 200mbps, just wondering if i'd notice any difference in speed if I upgraded to these.
#5
Nearer 75 quid delivered, which would be fair enough, but they have lousy reviews. all over.
#6
i have the netgear hdx101's and they are great....better connection/speed than the xbox wireless network dongle and virtually no dropouts, unlike the microsoft dongle...heard the linksys ones are good too....belkin network products are dire
#7
striker33
1000mbps, so you basically wouldnt notice any speed difference between this and a normal wired connection right?

Currently using Comtrend 902s @ 200mbps, just wondering if i'd notice any difference in speed if I upgraded to these.


This is a thoretical max speed (inlike propoer cat VI wired). There is a review (including speeds) here

Note that this does not include real-life longer term testing which are the reviews you can find on Amazon, etc/
#8
Awesam
Was looking into buying a set of homeplugs/powerline adaptors. The reviews for this set aren't great!

In the end I've just bought 30m of External ethernet cat 6 cable which I'm going to route outside!


Homeplugs are great! Can't speak for the Netgear but I've been using the Develo 85mbps set for ages now and have never had a problem - they are amazing and simply plug-n-play in seconds. I use it to connect from the front of our house (main room) to the bottom of the garden (I've set up office there).

I would avoid the wiring and go with a homeplug.
#9
I use 200mb Solwise plugs and never had a problem with them at all... cheaper than these albeit it these be 1gb but can't see any need for the higher data transfer speed myself...
#10
striker33
1000mbps, so you basically wouldnt notice any speed difference between this and a normal wired connection right?

Currently using Comtrend 902s @ 200mbps, just wondering if i'd notice any difference in speed if I upgraded to these.


No difference for internet useage anytime soon because your connection speed is way below the max capacity of 200mpbs. It will be noticeable for networking as read/write speeds between the machines can be higher - but I doubt it will be enough to make it worth the upgrade.

I have an 85mpbs setup and my internet download speeds are as good as can be on my 10mpbs internet package. But it is slower to transfer large files between networked PCs than a cat5 cable.
#11
I bought some of these and, frankly, they aren't half as good as my Devolo AV200s. Maybe it depends on how your house is wired, but I get no quicker network speeds and they frequently drop the connection altogether. Mind you, the AV200s aren't cheap.
#12
these look ok, i bought the comtrend 200mps my son i using them on xbox live he,s had them since christmas and so far no complaints and with this type you dont lose the use of the plug. had mine off ebay but i,ve seen them posted on here at the bt shop, think i paid around £35 delivered. hope this helps
:thumbsup:
#13
bras0782
No difference for internet useage anytime soon because your connection speed is way below the max capacity of 200mpbs. It will be noticeable for networking as read/write speeds between the machines can be higher - but I doubt it will be enough to make it worth the upgrade.

I have an 85mpbs setup and my internet download speeds are as good as can be on my 10mpbs internet package. But it is slower to transfer large files between networked PCs than a cat5 cable.


Also you wont notice any benefit if you are running a network switch or interface cards that aren't gigabit ones anyway
#14
andysubaru
Also you wont notice any benefit if you are running a network switch or interface cards that aren't gigabit ones anyway


exactly :thumbsup:
banned#15
Read the review/s before diving-in. Seems like OK for short distance but longer distance gives worse performance than 200AV units. Watchout for expensive mesmeric trailblazing airy-fairies - especially those ankle twisiting pirouettes ... and down comes the price.
#16
Homeplugs are generally better for response times than wireless, but nothing beats a cat5e or cat6 cable.
I stream Standard Def video over 85mb plugs however.
#17
Awesam
Was looking into buying a set of homeplugs/powerline adaptors. The reviews for this set aren't great!

In the end I've just bought 30m of External ethernet cat 6 cable which I'm going to route outside!


Where did you get the external cable from?
1 Like #18
Before you order make sure that there is enough room underneath your socket because they hang down quite at lot underneath. These don't work as well in extension sockets.
1 Like #19
I have been using these for a while and am sorry to say they are RUBBISH.

I am forever resetting them, :x
1 Like #20
just received and installed mine from amazon which i paid over £80 for .....typical:oops:
#21
These things should be banned.
#22
Guys and girls! you should NEVER buy anything from Oveclockers the guy who runs it is a self confessed racist if you don't believe me just Google it I never buy anything from them and never will.
#23
Why is this still getting heat? £65 for a badly reviewed product is not hot at all :thinking: Not to mention the bloated delivery charges and bad rep OcUK has.
#24
have to agree that the devolo 200aveasy ones are more expensive but you wont regret it .... I flogged 2 of these ones because they just stopped working regularly.

Where I live, if I do a wireless scan, there are 17 access points detected in 2.4ghz and 5 or 6 on 5ghz. The devolo ones do the job, these belkin ones do not
#25
I don't know if this is a hot deal, but the Belkin kit is hot, very hot.

A friend has a set and they're almost too hot to touch after a few hours of being plugged in.
#26
I've read a few reviews and the majority of poor speeds is caused by the house wiring setup. I live in a tiny house so I'm not too worried and the plugs I want to connect are literally either side of the same wall. I do have a question for anyone that owns these though...

If you've got a double power socket are these adaptors too big to plug another appliance into the second power socket?

Cheers,
J

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