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Extra Value 200Mbps Powerline Adapter - Twin Pack - £49.98 Free Delivery - Ebuyer

£49.98 @ Ebuyer
I am looking for a pair of these, of whatever brand, and am almost tempted at this price. What do you reckon? " * Universal supply works over a power line voltage range of 100 to 230 VAC 50/60Hz …
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I am looking for a pair of these, of whatever brand, and am almost tempted at this price. What do you reckon?

" * Universal supply works over a power line voltage range of 100 to 230 VAC 50/60Hz
* Support 1024 / 256 / 64 / 16 / 8 QAM, QPSK, BPSK, and ROBO modulation schemes
* Up to 200 Mbps on the power line
* Maximum logical network members is 16 including the CCo
* IGMP v3 snooping with multicast to multiple unicast support in CSMA
* Maximum of 6 IGMP streams from a single server to a single client
* Maximum of 8 distinct destinations for a single IGMP stream
* Maximum of 16 IGMP streams from one server to a maximum of 15 clients
* Maximum of 4 neighboring networks
* Programmable TTL - Time to live per channel access priority
* 64 bridged devices per station
* Frequency Band on Powerline 2-30 MHz
"

PS: Cue the price going up now I've posted it... can I make it 3 out of 3?!
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#1
I bought two sets off Ebuyer just after christmas for £35 for the pair.

Have also seem them cheaper than this on other site. Worked a treat with the xbox and a server I have running though.
#2
Really? Are you sure they're 200mbps?

What was that other site?
#3
I'm not sure now you mention it, the ones i got from Ebuyer looked exactly the same, I remember they didn't run at the speed listed though, will take a look when I'm home and let you know.
#4
Ah, 85mbps I suspect, at that sort of price.
#5
Yeah I just had a look on the site now, I think mine were the 85MB ones although I didn't pay 39.99 they were more like 35 for a set of two, and I bought two sets.
As i said they were not as fast as they made out, so not sure if the speed depends on the quality of your cable in your house anyway? Defiantly fast enough for my XBOX and Web Server though.

Also they are not unsightly like some of them!! and were very simple to setup.
#6
Ah good. Are you happy with the technology in general? I'm hoping to get around a deadspot in my wireless - and these have to be less unsightly than a huge cable running from downstairs to upstairs! Speeds will not be up to the stated, but 200 will be faster than 85. Not sure if the quality of your wiring affects it or not.
#7
Thinking about getting these to use with the XBOX 360. Was either this, or using DD-WRT to turn a Wireless N router into a bridge.

Just checked with eBuyer, should be fine in an old house so long as the plugs are on the same circuit.
#8
Also, quick look around seems to suggest that twin packs of the 200mbps ones aren't normally below about £70.

PC World in-store are £100 odd.

http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/product/seo/105909
#9
I bought a set of these at Christmas for my Mother-in-Law, not heard from her since, so they must be OK
#10
Tremendous price
#11
had a set of these, its like voodoo. just plug in anywhere...then unplug and go somewhere else. Genius.
#12
I have 2 Zyxel 200Mbps homeplugs at the moment. Anyone know if they will work together ?
#13
Bargain.. Still deciding whether to get these or Devolo ones from Dixons for around £75. Anyone else had good/bad experiences with this brand?
#14
Seeing as it's only £10 more than the 85mbps from Amazon, I reckon this is a scorcher.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/419723/max-value-85-mbps-home-plug-double-/
#15
Amazing price for these, usually sell for quite a bit more..
#16
CaptainPugwash
I bought a set of these at Christmas for my Mother-in-Law, not heard from her since, so they must be OK


Home plugs... In Law Repellent.
#17
These are brilliant, much better than wireless.
#18
Jetpac;5467983
Home plugs... In Law Repellent.

Hmmm.....wonder if it would work on mine
#19
Nice deal, thanks. Now i'm torn between this and the Amazon deal. Damn you!
#20
Do these have to be pluged into the wall or can they be pluged into a 4 way extention lead ?
#21
JamesJames
Do these have to be pluged into the wall or can they be pluged into a 4 way extention lead ?


Yes they will work, but to get the full bandwidth its best to use them directly into the mains socket. They may not work in extension leads with circuit protection though.
#22
JamesJames
Do these have to be pluged into the wall or can they be pluged into a 4 way extention lead ?


My 85mbps ones worked through an extension lead absolutely fine, although the manufacturers say it is not recommended as it will reduce the signal. I think surge protected extensions cause more of a problem, but I've never tried it, so can't be sure
#23
lumuah
My 85mbps ones worked through an extension lead absolutely fine, although the manufacturers say it is not recommended as it will reduce the signal. I think surge protected extensions cause more of a problem, but I've never tried it, so can't be sure


GAVINLEWISHUKD
Yes they will work, but to get the full bandwidth its best to use them directly into the mains socket. They may not work in extension leads with circuit protection though.


Thank you for your help!
#24
Just to say AOL. These are a great price for 200 mb/s homeplugs. BTW, they should be compatible with other 200 mb/s ones but not the 85 mb/s. That is the point of the homeplug standard, ie compatibility.
#25
You can get the 200Mbit Comtrend powerline adaptors off eBay for only a few pounds. People sell them on there as they're given away by BT as part of the BT Vision packages.
#26
is it a bit of con 200mbps as most PC and PS3/360 have 100Mbps Ethernet cards inside so only able to get a max of 100mbps. I could be wrong.
#27
Mansfield193
is it a bit of con 200mbps as most PC and PS3/360 have 100Mbps Ethernet cards inside so only able to get a max of 100mbps. I could be wrong.


but if you have only 85mbps units, you wont achieve even anywhere near that. At least with 200mbps you get closer to your max possible. Plus there are gigabit lan thingies out there.
#28
:thumbsup:bargain !
#29
Forgive my ignorance but how do these work/ what do they do?
#30
dolphinninja
Forgive my ignorance but how do these work/ what do they do?


They are an alternative to wi-fi. They use the electrical circuit in your house to pass data between the two adapters.
#31
Mansfield193
is it a bit of con 200mbps as most PC and PS3/360 have 100Mbps Ethernet cards inside so only able to get a max of 100mbps. I could be wrong.


ps3 is gigabit, don't put it in the same hardware specs box as the 360 :)
#32
I'm torn between buying these ones or waiting for a deal on the Devolo starter kit...are these one as good as Devolo? and should i wait or are these good enough?

I'm planning to buy one of these and plug in a second switch to connect my playstation 3 and desktop downstairs (Wireless signal is crap where the Desktop is). It'll be used for streaming movies from my server, internet tv and general surfing....

any help appreciated :)
#33
Gutted. You think you're pretty good with computers and technology then BANG! out of the blue something pops up and you think WTF?
What is it?
#34
I'm using the Comtrend 902s that BT give out with the home hubs, can usually be had on ebay for about £40/pair. Got mine for about £50 for 4 though, as I didn't mind waiting for the right deal.

I'm in an old house, with dodgy wiring, and it still kicks the **** out of wifi. On a 54g wireless network I got stuttering going from my server to my main PC when watching a film, with this I've had 3 people streaming at once. Can't stream a 1080p, but that seems to be down to my wiring at home as I have a friend in a new build that has no problems at all.
#35
awesome! been looking for a good deal on these. just ordered thanks. H+R
#36
I'd recommend 200mb comtrend adapters from ebay for about the same price. Make sure you buy the ones with passthru so that you dont lose the power point.

Solwise also make passthru models which sell for twice the price of the comtrend ones.
#37
Thanks for posting. Ordered, H+R added
#38
PC Pro Recomends these Billion Bipac 2071 ones. So I'm after them at the right price as they twist around awkward skirting boards. They usually recomend not to plug powerline adapters into extension leads/3 way sockets or surge portectors

These are usually the cheapest supplier... still pricey mind.

http://www.svp.co.uk/networking/networking-billion-bipac-p104-billion001_wall-plug-starter-kit.html
#39
kar999
PC Pro Recomends these Billion Bipac 2071 ones. So I'm after them at the right price as they twist around awkward skirting boards. They usually recomend not to plug powerline adapters into extension leads/3 way sockets or surge portectors

These are usually the cheapest supplier... still pricey mind.

http://www.svp.co.uk/networking/networking-billion-bipac-p104-billion001_wall-plug-starter-kit.html


£ is 50% more ...

What do you mean "they twist around awkward skirting boards"? They look the same basic design as any other. How are power sockets ever near the skirting boards anyway?
#40
These things all use the same agreed transfer protocol - if they fail it is becuase of compliance not compatiblity, but..........



Last time these were on offer , a key feture mentioned was the ability to stream HD media within the home network .

COCO

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