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Devolo 2x Homeplug AV adapters High speed powerline twin pack starter kit £77.92 @ PCWorld

£77.92 @ PC World
Reasonable prices for a high end product. Most places sell one for around £49. PCWorld do free delivery on this. Transform your electrical wiring into a high-speed super efficient network, with …
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Reasonable prices for a high end product. Most places sell one for around £49.

PCWorld do free delivery on this.

Transform your electrical wiring into a high-speed super efficient network, with Devolo's dLAN 200 AVeasy Starter Kit 2x UK Home Plug AV Adapters.

Set-up couldnt be simpler, just plug in the UK adapter and connect it to your phone cable. The Devolo dLAN 200 AVeasy Starter Kit 2x UK Home Plug AV Adapters allow you to enjoy 200 Mbps transfer speeds with a 200 metre range, so wherever you are in the house, you can work or play safely with push-button encryption protection.

Whether you want to enjoy faster web surfing or simple fast productivity, the Devolo dLAN 200 AVeasy Starter Kit 2x UK Home plug AV Adapters wont let you down.

2 HomePlug AV adapters
Transfer rates up to 200 Mbps
Turn your household electrical wiring
into a high speed network
Encryption at the push of a button
200 metre range - in any room of the house
Quality of Service - transmission quality
Power-saving mode - reduces standby power
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#1
What, no barrage of "OMGGGGGG, these totally clog up my amateur radio frequencies and cause interference, ban them! ban them!"...

No? Just lots of silent cold voters.
#2
Price seems too high for me. Although they don't seem to have the Devolo ones listed here, Faculty-X have a range of HomePlugAV (the 200Mbps standard) starting from £49.55 + p&p :-

http://www.faculty-x.net/compare%20homeplug%20200av.htm

Have bought from them before, no problems at all
#3
Anyone know why these things keep going up and down in price I bought a few pairs of them a month back for £37 /pair ...

http://www.shop.bt.com/products/bt-comtrend-powerline-hd-ethernet-female-kit-4Z2J.html
#4
DazzyB;7719519
Anyone know why these things keep going up and down in price I bought a few pairs of them a month back for £37 /pair ...

http://www.shop.bt.com/products/bt-comtrend-powerline-hd-ethernet-female-kit-4Z2J.html


I don't know why, but I wish I had bought TWO sets at the time... one is never enough!
#5
I bought a pair from BT for £40ish pound a few weeks back.

Good, easy products though however I would look for better pricing.

BT give these away as part of some of their broadband products
#6
Darn, I just bought these yesterday!

Links to cheaper 200Mbps devices would be much appreciated.

L
#7
LouO
Darn, I just bought these yesterday!

Links to cheaper 200Mbps devices would be much appreciated.

L


http://www.ebuyer.com/product/132753

Even cheaper ones were posted yesterday from same company but think it was removed cos there were sent to the naughty corner once.
#8
goodgrr
I bought a pair from BT for £40ish pound a few weeks back.

Good, easy products though however I would look for better pricing.

BT give these away as part of some of their broadband products


BT's ones are just the 100mbps standard. Although it's interesting to note that the 200mbps plugs only have 100mbps interfaces; they know that even though they are theoretically able to do those speeds, in reality they just don't get anywhere close :?
#9
chrisjudd
BT's ones are just the 100mbps standard. Although it's interesting to note that the 200mbps plugs only have 100mbps interfaces; they know that even though they are theoretically able to do those speeds, in reality they just don't get anywhere close :?


To give a data point my Devolo AV-Easy give me 8MB/s across 3 floors.

With my simple maths that tells me I'm getting close to 64Mbps.

I'll test again across two floors, to see if I get better transfer over a shorter distance, but I don't think there's much difference.
#10
chrisjudd
BT's ones are just the 100mbps standard. Although it's interesting to note that the 200mbps plugs only have 100mbps interfaces; they know that even though they are theoretically able to do those speeds, in reality they just don't get anywhere close :?


The BT Comtrends are also rated at 200mps, but in my experience you get generally about 30mbps. I'm just confused as to why the price of these adapters fluctuates so much. I bought a pair of Netgear devices from Scan just before Christmas for about £40 now they are £80 and the Comtrends on the BT site have gone the same way!!!

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