Extra Value 85Mbps Powerline Adapter Twin Pack £24.99 + £3.59 super saver or £5.99 for next day P+P @ eBuyer PRICE ENDS MONDAY - HotUKDeals
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Item price £24.99 + P+P depending on which option you choose, but if your buying multiple items and spend over £50 you get free super saver delivery.

Product Description
This homeplug adapter can provide the transmission of broadband data service via power line, which are suitable for use in a wide range of both residential (in-home) and commercial (offices, apartments, hotels, warehouses) network applications in which existing power lines can be utilized. There is never any need to install new wires. These adapters enable the effortless creation of a high-speed network that supports video, voice and data.



•Universal supply works over a power line voltage range of 85 to 265 VAC, 50~60Hz
•Support QAM 256/64/16,DQPSK,DBPSK and ROBO modulation schemes
•Up to 85 Mbps data rate on the power line
•HomePlug Turbo 1.0 compatible
•56-bit DES Link Encryption with key management for secure power line communications
•Integrated Quality of Service (QoS) features such as prioritized random access, contention-free
•access, and segment bursting
•Low power consumption
•Applications
•Standard Video TV (SDTV)
•TV over IP (IPTV)
•High data rate broadband sharing
•Shared broadband internet access
•Audio and video streaming and transfer
•Voice over IP calls
•PC file and application sharing
•Printer and peripheral sharing
•Network and online gaming
•Security cameras
•External Connectors
•1 Power jack
•1 10/100M RJ45 port
•Protocol Feature
•HomePlug Turbo1.0 compatible
•Security Support
•56-bit DES Link Encryption with key management for secure power line communications
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#1
Pretty sure this is the cheapest I have seen this listed ever... I actually was going to buy these last week but the £39.99 price mark put me off!
#2
Are these not really up to streaming 720p video over my home network?.


Could someone also tell me - If I had 4 of these. Would I only need 1 connected to the router and the other 3 could be wired to 3 desktops.

What I mean is I don't need to have a homeplug connected to the router for each device I want connecting in this way?.


Edited By: gavjbrown on Sep 24, 2010 09:49: .
#3
These are perfectly fine for streaming music and video over home network, I use thse to also connect my xbox and ps3 downstairs to the network instead of using wifi works a treat... Wont think you will get 1080p streaming with DTS audio but dvdrips etc should work perfectly fine.
#4
you need to pay for delivery, which is between £3.59 and £9.99 depending on service (though next working day at £5.99 is reasonable)
banned#5
Delivery needs to be added to the price
#6
Item price is still £24.99 regardless of the delivery price, so I just changed it in the title. That should keep everyone happy.

Edited By: bally12345 on Sep 24, 2010 10:49: amended comment
#7
They sent me an email with the title saying they were 5Mbps!
#8
Does anyone know if the can be used with my existing belkin homeplugs?
#9
I have these at home and also these: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0012NRYY4/ref=oss_product

They aren't compatible, so I'm guessing these eBuyer ones here are not HomePlug compliant?

[edit: Maybe it's just that the ZyXEL ones choose not to support HomePlug 1.0, after reading up on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HomePlug_Powerline_Alliance#Versions ]

Edited By: tameruk on Sep 24, 2010 11:36: additional info
#10
I've got an old Windows XP PC and an oldish Mac OSX 10.3 and I need both on the net, does anyone know if these would be suitable to allow to share a cable modem? Or would I have trouble because one's a PC and one's a Mac?

Any help appreciated! Thank you. Great deal! Heat given.
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RSteve
Or would I have trouble because one's a PC and one's a Mac?


No, it doesn't matter what OS you use.
#12
These are Poweline adaptors and so may not be compatible with some Homeplug adaptors even though they work much the same. Take care if you already have existing ethernet over mains wiring equipment. This is a very good price even paying P&P.
#13
tameruk
I have these at home and also these: http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0012NRYY4/ref=oss_productThey aren't compatible, so I'm guessing these eBuyer ones here are not HomePlug compliant?[edit: Maybe it's just that the ZyXEL ones choose not to support HomePlug 1.0, after reading up on it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HomePlug_Powerline_Alliance#Versions ]


They aren't compatible because they're different speeds. I have a pair of these and a couple of ZyXEL PL-100s and they work fine.
#14
Hot because they are cheap but don't try to stream an mkv movie over them.
#16
Rea
ashleypride
RSteve
Or would I have trouble because one's a PC and one's a Mac?
No, it doesn't matter what OS you use.

Really? Thanks so much - so is it literally like plug and play, or do I have to adjust things on the main PC? Thanks
#17
i would avoid these like the plague if i was everyone.

1. the technology is slow and quite abit iffy.
2. Ebuyers own brand of these have had problems in the past, the 200mbps one had no eu certification and actually was illegal and could have set on fire at anytime due to not being tested as required by eu law.
3. if you read the discussion board on the product about 3 pages in a guy talks about the electrical wireless interferance these things kick out.... read up... dont buy purely on price.
#18
cozzb
i would avoid these like the plague if i was everyone.1. the technology is slow and quite abit iffy.2. Ebuyers own brand of these have had problems in the past, the 200mbps one had no eu certification and actually was illegal and could have set on fire at anytime due to not being tested as required by eu law.3. if you read the discussion board on the product about 3 pages in a guy talks about the electrical wireless interferance these things kick out.... read up... dont buy purely on price.

Love your technical explanation in point 1. "slow and quite abit iffy."
Im pretty sure if they were illegal to sell they would of been pulled of the site by now. These have been selling for well over a year so they cant be that hazardous prone.

If you want a nice cheap way to add extra ethernet connection in another room without wireless or running cable across the corridor then these will do the trick. Just plug on in your router and the other your other ethernet device.
#19

They'll coexist but won't speak to each other, so you'll have an 85mbps network and a 200mbps network (each of which will need a homeplug connected to the router).

They're completely plug and play - plug into wall, plug ethernet cables in, and thats it.


cozzb
i would avoid these like the plague if i was everyone.1. the technology is slow and quite abit iffy.2. Ebuyers own brand of these have had problems in the past, the 200mbps one had no eu certification and actually was illegal and could have set on fire at anytime due to not being tested as required by eu law.3. if you read the discussion board on the product about 3 pages in a guy talks about the electrical wireless interferance these things kick out.... read up... dont buy purely on price.

They're far from slow - the 200mbps are fine for HD video etc, and the 85mbps are ok for just about anything else. I've got the 200mbps eBuyer ones and have had no problems - they get quite warm in use but no worse than mains adaptors etc. All Homeplugs generate a lot of radio interference by nature, but Ofcom don't seem too bothered about it and unless you live next door to a radio ham its unlikely to be a problem.
#20
Thanks Trickster

Edited By: Deal_HUNT3R on Sep 24, 2010 16:34: a

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