Devolo 1222 Homeplug AV dLAN 200 AVeasy Starter Kit W/ AVeasy One-Touch Set-up £79.66 @ Broadbandbuyer.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Devolo 1222 Homeplug AV dLAN 200 AVeasy Starter Kit W/ AVeasy One-Touch Set-up £79.66 @ Broadbandbuyer.co.uk

£79.66 @ Broadbandbuyer.co.uk
If you're fed up with patchy/slow Wi-Fi coverage around your home then these will let you extend your network over your home's wiring. This was the cheapest I could find out there at the moment Read More
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7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
If you're fed up with patchy/slow Wi-Fi coverage around your home then these will let you extend your network over your home's wiring.

This was the cheapest I could find out there at the moment
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#1
Not a hot deal for me:

Bought this on the weekend from PC World [Product Code: 105909] using Reserve and Collect in store for cheaper. £77.92

Absolutely amazing bit of kit, took me all of 30 seconds to get going. Simply plug in and go!!! Took me longer to take the cellophane off the box!!!
#2
You are paying an awful LOT extra for a "brand" name here -

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/160665/show_product_overview£49.98 delivered, just as easy to set up!
(might even be cheaper around!)
#3
Having read the feedback associated with the product you get what you pay for! ;)
#4
BigCalm
Having read the feedback associated with the product you get what you pay for! ;)


eh? the ebuyer ones are well thought of (posted here before) and have mainly 5* reviews.
#5
JayDubya
eh? the ebuyer ones are well thought of (posted here before) and have mainly 5* reviews.


I was referring to the reports of overheating and general lack of support.

Oh well, it's was my first post, better luck next time I guess! :oops:
#6
Don't know if this is a good price but I can certainly vouch for Develo. I've had the older 85mb version for some time now and have never had a problem. Very easy to use and you forget it's even there.
#7
BigCalm
I was referring to the reports of overheating and general lack of support.

Oh well, it's was my first post, better luck next time I guess! :oops:


no no, don't be self defeatist! its all good discussion. I still swear by the Comtrend adapters btw, far cheaper albeit usually 2nd hand.
#8
JayDubya
no no, don't be self defeatist! its all good discussion. I still swear by the Comtrend adapters btw, far cheaper albeit usually 2nd hand.


Which Comtrend model do you have? None of the ones I've seen in the past were Homeplug compatible which is why BT etc were selling them for peanuts by comparison to my "hot to the touch but excellent performing" Zyxels (400's & 401's).

Cheers
#9
I was looking at the Devolo ones from comet - same price as this. I need 2 packs of them so it'll be £160 or £100 for the cheap ebuyer ones.

Is there much of a benefit in buying the branded ones - just wondering if anyone has experiance of both? I've not even seen a homeplug working yet but want to use it to stream high def video from a NAS bay.
#10
As I said, you can buy the same Devolo ones from PCWorld for £77.92.

I prefer the devolo ones in terms of build quality and service.
1 Like #11
I have now received the Devolo plugs and can confirm they work as advertised, getting very fast transfer speeds (apporx 80Mbit) which is plenty for a Hi-Def stream (approx 10Meg).

They don't get blisteringly hot and configuration is push-button simple.

Even if they are more expensive than the other ones mentioned on here (which I have no experience of) I would highly recommended the Devolo.
#12
Thanks for the feedback - I've seen a lot of people reccomend them now so I'm gonna get some at the weekend - have some rep - cheers :)

edit - oh by the way do they fit into a normal plug socket without blocking access to the socket next to it?

Cheers,
worto.
#13
They are larger than a normal plug socket and as such will not sit next to something else that is large in a power strip (like another large power "brick" type adapter). However they will sit next to each other in a 2 socket wall point (only use I can think of is for initial pairing of the devices).

I can't see this as a big problem because you're not supposed to run the devices while they are plugged into a power strip anyway!

Still very happy with the devices and planning on purchasing more.

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