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Thought these were a good price Stock on the 10th aug can be pre ordered

Setting up a home network can be complex and expensive. But Devolo's 1383 dLAN Highspeed II Starter Kit changes all that.

In less than 60 seconds, connecting your PC to the 1383 dLAN Highspeed II Starter Kit and plugging it into a power socket gets you up and running easily.

The 1383 dLAN Highspeed II Starter Kit enables you to surf the internet, stream DVD-quality video and access other PCs and printers from any power outlet in the house. You can take the 1383 dLAN Highspeed II Starter Kit with you whenever you move rooms or change computers.

The 1383 dLAN Highspeed II Starter Kit works over you phone line, so you can still choose your provider and type of connection. You can also increase the efficiency of your 1383 dLAN Highspeed II Starter Kit by using the power saving mode, which cuts electricity consumption by up to 30%.

The 1383 dLAN Highspeed II Starter Kit gets your home network shifting into gear in no time.
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Bigcrum
Just be careful on this. If you have a more modern house the upstairs plug wiring is on a separate system to the downstairs. Test it by "playing" with the fuse box.

If however you are connected up these are very good if you don't want a Cat5 cable running throughout your house.

They don't have to be on the same circuit as long as they are from the same electric meter. You should get your info correct before putting people off. They could be in 2 different fuse boards in the house as long as they are supplied by the same meter.

Edited By: cjm970010 on Aug 02, 2012 20:18

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#1
not currently in stock but we'll get them as soon as they do. amazing price!
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andreapedrazzini
not currently in stock but we'll get them as soon as they do. amazing price!

Order can be placed and will notify you on delivery date :)
#3
Slower, older standard but still a good price. Heat added.
#4
Ordered thanks
#5
i ordered some of these this morning for £21 elsewhere.
#6
Looks good! Been waiting to pick some of these up.
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Just be careful on this. If you have a more modern house the upstairs plug wiring is on a separate system to the downstairs. Test it by "playing" with the fuse box.

If however you are connected up these are very good if you don't want a Cat5 cable running throughout your house.
#8
Good price!
#9
itsmi
TP-LINK's HS85 Mini Powerline Adaptor (TL-PA111) at £12.14 FOC if collected at http://www.stuff-uk.net/p-862923.aspx

Windows 7 does not look supported by Devolo 1383?

lol there is no such thing as compatibility on those. it's the diagnostics program that isn't "officially" supported as it was released after those were, however it will most lilely run on windows 7 and the adapters will definitely work on any computer with a working rj45.

I did buy a pair just now, hopefully it'll help set up the internet in the garden :)
#10
cheers op, ordered hope it gets fulfilled
#11
Good spot by the OP, just ordered a couple of sets.
#12
yes also ordered 2 lots,thanks
#13
Thanks man, ordered.
#14
I've got these, they very rarely let me down. Been using them for 2 years now.
Price is cheap so buy it now! HOT.

Edited By: David Gill on Aug 02, 2012 17:54
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Bigcrum
Just be careful on this. If you have a more modern house the upstairs plug wiring is on a separate system to the downstairs. Test it by "playing" with the fuse box.

If however you are connected up these are very good if you don't want a Cat5 cable running throughout your house.

My house is 3 years old and my fuse box has separate breakers for upstairs/downstairs lighting and sockets. I've got a set of devolo 200mpbs ones, only get a real transfer rate of about 20mbps but they work. I was a bit surprised at the speed as I thought it was down to the age/quality of the wiring, but are you saying it shouldn't work at all?
#16
£15 quid. Cant even get a wireless bridge for that price. Ordered a pair, Dont need them atm, but never know when i or a mate might. :)
#17
Bigcrum
Just be careful on this. If you have a more modern house the upstairs plug wiring is on a separate system to the downstairs. Test it by "playing" with the fuse box.

If however you are connected up these are very good if you don't want a Cat5 cable running throughout your house.
#18
Currys are not very good at sending out clearance items when the order has been placed online. I really hope they send this one out. So far I have had multiple orders cancelled by them.
#19
Now this is a deal! :D
#20
will these work with some existing tp-link ones that i already have?
#21
chompyrud
will these work with some existing tp-link ones that i already have?

Just buy 3 packs :P
#22
wont go past payment stage for me....
#23
certainly not high speed! but ok for most of us
#24
it has now...

been wanting to try these for ages
#25
This works well enough for 1080p streaming (x264) fine for me.
#26
Ordered, thanks OP. just hope it's not cancelled.
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itsmi
Windows 7 does not look supported by Devolo 1383?

Why would the OS matter? The computer doesn't even need to know homeplugs are there, from it's point of view it's connected directly to the router.

Edited By: Gormond on Aug 02, 2012 18:50
#28
itsmi
TP-LINK's HS85 Mini Powerline Adaptor (TL-PA111) at £12.14 FOC if collected at http://www.stuff-uk.net/p-862923.aspx

Windows 7 does not look supported by Devolo 1383?

I've got windows 7 and they work just fine.
#29
Would these be ok for Sky Anytime?
#30
Cheers ordered for Monday delivery....
#31
stphnstevey
Would these be ok for Sky Anytime?

now thats a thought!! lets hope they deliver them, can finally wire up my Blu Ray and Sky+ box.
#32
thanks
#33
thanks ordered
#34
i am wanting to use them to boost my wireless signal use them with a repeater would they be any good for streaming to 1 t.v and 4 ipod touches wirelessly

thank you
#35
will these powerlines be able to handle the running of a small engine in my go kart? and is wireless electricity actually safe? :s
#36
Will probably get cancelled because a bunch of tw!ts bought 10+ sets each hoping to make a profit.
That said, ordered my 10 anyway.






Kidding, obviously. Have always wondered if these things would work in my flat, and at this price it's worth the risk.
#37
Would this be more reliable than wifi ?? for a one of those Western Digital TV Live Streaming Media Players i have one on order tried steaming hd video to xbox 360 but was a bit iffy although DivX files worked fine running a cable thru my flat would be a pain
#38
Was browsing on amazon today for this kind of product.Ordered,hot!
#39
VERY HOT DEAL!! I have 5 running in my house I run the PS3 on its own password as it can bottleneck at the rouiter connection.
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Bigcrum
Just be careful on this. If you have a more modern house the upstairs plug wiring is on a separate system to the downstairs. Test it by "playing" with the fuse box.

If however you are connected up these are very good if you don't want a Cat5 cable running throughout your house.

They don't have to be on the same circuit as long as they are from the same electric meter. You should get your info correct before putting people off. They could be in 2 different fuse boards in the house as long as they are supplied by the same meter.

Edited By: cjm970010 on Aug 02, 2012 20:18

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