D-Link 200Mbps Powerline AV Twin Pack - Was £59.99 Now £54.99 Delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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D-Link’s PowerLine Homeplug AV Network Starter Kit consists of two adapters that use standard electrical wiring to create or extend a network.
You can connect any device such as computers, routers, media players, gaming consoles or storage devices at speeds of up to 200 Mbps over electrical wires, making this medium ideal for streaming high quality HDTV signals and enjoying music and games anywhere in your house.

Advanced technology built into these adapters makes them more resistant to electrical interference from other household appliances, so users can fully benefit from the maximum transmission speeds.

The adapters also include Quality of Service (QoS) mechanisms to ensure a lag-free experience for delay-sensitive applications such as gaming or Internet TV.

All that is required for set-up is pushing a button on the side of the device. This also ensure secure transmissions between PowerLine adapters. In addition, these adapters are among the first in their category to comply with the European Union directive for office and domestic devices (EuP), applicable since 7th January 2010: when idle, they enter a standby mode that requires less than 1 Watt
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Will this also work with extension lead from wall socket?
Will this also work with extension lead from wall socket?

I don't have this model. But I did have a pair of solwise homeplugs. They did work in socket extenders but for some reason people don't recommend plugging them into extenders. Not sure why am guessing they don't work as good?
i have a pair of these plugged in a 4 way extension cable and they work fine.I'm getting about 150 Mbps consistently from ground floor up to the study on the 3rd Floor. So far in the last 3 months they have never failed and i have just bought another pair from Amazon to connect from my router to my Boxee box

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