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BT Comtrend Powerline HD Ethernet Female Kit - £36.62 delivered at Dabs.com + 4% Quidco

£36.62 @ Dabs
This is a great price, considering that exactly the same thing is going at BT Shop for £78.28! They quite often go on eBay for the same amount. I'd rather have brand new with the option of return…
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
This is a great price, considering that exactly the same thing is going at BT Shop for £78.28! They quite often go on eBay for the same amount.

I'd rather have brand new with the option of returning to be honest.

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Powerline adapters are the ideal way of creating a home network or complementing an existing Wi-Fi connection. By providing a secure high speed connection and great service quality, Powerlines allow you to watch Standard and High Definition (HD) movies as well as play online games without interruption or pixilation; share photos, music and other media stored on a PC or compatible storage device anywhere in your home. Powerline Adapters will help you reach those areas of your home where Wi-Fi signal is either too weak or cannot reach. Other usages of Powerline adapters include IP-CCtv surveillance cameras, setting up an office network without the need to add more wires or rewire if you change your office configuration.
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#1
Bargain IMO, according to the description they're 200mb adapters so fast too!
#2
i have these and they are 200 mbps, these are great, hot from me as i paid £40 preowned for mine:thumbsup:
#3
I have these, very good indeed, and this is a great price. I paid over £30 for them (delivered) from fleapitscagbay.

gets my vote
#4
These are pretty good but don't use them anywhere too confined as they do get a little toasty....

Expect about 100mb max from them though ;-)
#5
I thought free delivery applied if spending £49.99 or more. How do I get these at £36.62 including delivery?
#6
Zaxxan
I thought free delivery applied if spending £49.99 or more. How do I get these at £36.62 including delivery?


I got confused too, when you get to the delivery bit, where they try to charge you through the an nus, just scroll down and select free delivery.
#7
Can you plug one into your router and one into a PC?
#8
I got free delivery, and staff discount. Excellent price, hopefully they'll work well and not cause massive interference as I've read some mixed reviews.
#9
HOTTT!!!!!!! now to raise £36 from somewhere..
#10
Are these second hand? Smidge confused here.
#11
ordered..thanks
banned#12
Ordered too thanks
#13
Agharta
Can you plug one into your router and one into a PC?


Sure can.
#14
careful - these aren't homeplug standard compatible

nice price otherwise :)
#15
Hot - if I hadn't just moved everything around I would get some of these - no need now though!
#16
Zaxxan
I thought free delivery applied if spending £49.99 or more. How do I get these at £36.62 including delivery?


Good question, anyone??
#17
That's odd that BT Shop is charging a different price. I though they were the same business as dabs.
#18
I have thought about buying these, but not sure if i can use them 'straight off' or would need new modem/router?
I currently have pc with speedtouch 330 modem.
Can i use these without purchasing anything else,or do i need new modem/router? thanks in advance

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SpeedTouch_330
#19
In my basket above the price it shows “Delivery Free”
#20
Zaxxan
I thought free delivery applied if spending £49.99 or more. How do I get these at £36.62 including delivery?


Just add it to your cart and it says "Delivery: Free" at the right-hand side of the screen. I didn't have to change or do anything to get this.
#21
You sure this is for a pair?
#22
Can I use these to connect my cable modem (ethernet) into the WAN (not LAN) port of my wireless router, so that I can have my cable modem near the cable socket and my wireless router the other side of the house?

Or is the "WAN" connection different from the "LAN" connection that these are normally used for?
#23
Paddy_o_furniture
You sure this is for a pair?


Dabs

What's in the box?
The following items are included in your PG902 package:

A pair of PG902 adapters


However:

None in stock

:-(
#24
out of stock, do you know if they will have them back in quickly?
Cracking price for the 200mps though.
#25
Out of stock.
#26
Great if you got a pair at this price but support advise

"Unfortunately our suppliers have not given us a projected 'in stock' date for this item. I'm really sorry. "
#27
They will get them in; BT own Dabs, they sell all their hardware through it (and the BT shop, which is the same site, but for some bizarre reason has different prices). They'll almost certainly have more in soon. At what price... who knows!
#28
MiL0
careful - these aren't homeplug standard compatible

Bit dim here. What does the above mean?:oops:
#29
AddictWeb;5862746
However:

None in stock

:-(

I got 4 already, just curious with the title thats all
#30
As far as I'm aware, there are/were two "standards" for powerline adapters and they don't like talking to each other.
#31
unfortunately ds2 - if you want to expand it in the future..

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/askjack/2007/dec/13/homeplugords2forpowerline

great price and good that it is piggy back.. shame it is ds2, rather than homeplug which is alot more common
#32
Even though its out of stock i managed to order it which is weird.. but hey probably won't come through but i'll leave it there and see!!

Anyone else found they cans till order it?
#33
ascen
unfortunately ds2 - if you want to expand it in the future..

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/askjack/2007/dec/13/homeplugords2forpowerline

great price and good that it is piggy back.. shame it is ds2, rather than homeplug which is alot more common


It's not really a major problem, BT have been supplying these with BT Vision for 2 years!! and will re-supply and stock them for a few more years yet most likely. :thumbsup:
#34
If you want them at this price Dabs will allow you to place an order at this price even though they aren't in stock.

Don't forget 4% cashback with the usual suspects. :thumbsup:
#35
Sorry to post in quick succession but as I have my router in the front room and 2 PC's in the second bedroom, does anyone know from the Powerline in the second bedroom would you need a Ethernet switch still to share between the two PC's or is there two Ethernet ports on the powerline?
#36
Dhue,

Dont have this, but if it is the same as normal network points, you could probably connect the home powerline into a basic cheap switch which would expand the 1 network point into more ports (usually 4 or 5)

an example of a switch
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132456

an alternative is a wireless access point plugged into the home powerline in the bedroom, if both pcs in the bedroom are equipped with wireless kit. This would save the need for long cables in the bedroom to the 2 PCs

We has this problem when our Photocopier/Scanner needed 2 network points, but there was only one near the unit.
#37
i got5 a pair of these there great, dont expect anywhere near 100mbit if you live in a house with old wiring. I get about 2.5 megabytes(not bits) per second from downstairs to upstars in a house built in the 1940's. still good enough for everything i need, but still disappointing.
#38
there is only 1 ether port that fits into the plug. p.s. DABS is owned by BT now, so i dont see why they wont get any more in, they will have shed loads of these as the give them away free with vision boxes.
#39
Agharta
Can you plug one into your router and one into a PC?


Yes
This is exactly what I do to feed my Xbox360. Far easier than wireless or running cables.
Couldn't be easier to set up (like: plug them in) and work flawlessly.
Brilliant things
#40
live2giveuk;5863837
i got5 a pair of these there great, dont expect anywhere near 100mbit if you live in a house with old wiring. I get about 2.5 megabytes(not bits) per second from downstairs to upstars in a house built in the 1940's. still good enough for everything i need, but still disappointing.


If it has wiring dating back to the 1940's. then your best bet is not to buy them, in fact don't run ANYTHING and get an urgent rewire!

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