Net-x 200mb Homeplug Av Adaptor (pack Of 2) £44.98 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Have been looking for a set of 200mb homeplugs came across these,seems a decent price as most 200mb plugs start in and around £60+Not sure if there any good, i have ordered a set. They are on sale from Amazon,not merchants.Pluspoint is Amazon claim they were £89.99 so half price....
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#1
Any reviews on these? 2x200mb for £45 seems a pretty decent price.
#2
chrisxuk;8183566
Any reviews on these? 2x200mb for £45 seems a pretty decent price.

Could not find any reviews,they are made by a company called [COLOR=#003399]Technetix[/COLOR],guess i will know soon,as my order is on its way:)
#3
Just ordered was about to post.
#4
The only thing I would say is the claimedf 200mpbs transfer is optomistic (Especially as they only have 10/100 network connections on them and not gigabit),
#5
what do these do / are they for ? doh
#6
flashyphotos;8186438
The only thing I would say is the claimedf 200mpbs transfer is optomistic (Especially as they only have 10/100 network connections on them and not gigabit),


yes i don't think you're likely to achieve the stated 85mbps or 200mbps on any of these homeplugs,if you want the full speed then run a wired connection,but for me these will hopefully do the trick to stream HD content to my ps3,as my current wireless connection is stuttering slightly
#7
rimkag;8186520
what do these do / are they for ? doh


[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#000080]Hmm plug one into your router using an ethernet cable,and the homeplug goes into your electrical socket.The other homeplug can then be plugged into another electrical socket in your house to provide internet access to another pc/laptop/xbox/ps3,in short it uses your homes electrical wiring to do this very clever and can be alot more reliable if you have a dodgy wireless network,obviously the more connections you need,will mean the purchase of more homeplugs,
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#8
rimkag
what do these do / are they for ? doh


There used for streaming internet over your power lines instead of using wireless , 200mbps versions are used for HD mainly

Ive just bought some of ebuyers own make ones for £49.99 and they work perfectly
#9
TELREA
[FONT=Arial][SIZE=2][COLOR=#000080]Hmm plug one into your router using an ethernet cable,and the homeplug goes into your electrical socket.The other homeplug can then be plugged into another electrical socket in your house to provide internet access to another pc/laptop/xbox/ps3,in short it uses your homes electrical wiring to do this very clever and can be alot more reliable if you have a dodgy wireless network,obviously the more connections you need,will mean the purchase of more homeplugs,
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thanks for that, so if the wifi doesn't work too well use these for a better connection but if ifi is good then no need. Is that the gist
#10
Generally these give a much better and more reliable connection than any wireless I've used.

It is fast enough to share and stream HD video, which is very difficult on most wireless connections.

They are particularly useful in large older houses where wireless can't get from basement to top floor!

(I haven't used this brand, but have used Zyxel units which have been fine.
#11
Could the people who have ordered these let me know how you get on with them please? I'm after something like this and it seems a very good price.

Just out of interest, does anyone know if you can get homeplugs with two ethernet sockets on them? I want to connect a PC and 360 in the spare room, and ideally wouldn't have to switch cables round all the time
#12
Badger Mushroom;8190881
Could the people who have ordered these let me know how you get on with them please? I'm after something like this and it seems a very good price.

Just out of interest, does anyone know if you can get homeplugs with two ethernet sockets on them? I want to connect a PC and 360 in the spare room, and ideally wouldn't have to switch cables round all the time


Yep as far as im aware there is plugs out there that has 2 ethernet connections on em
#13
TELREA
Yep as far as im aware there is plugs out there that has 2 ethernet connections on em


There's even some with 3 on them - see the Solwise Piggy6 Homeplug at broadbandbuyer.co.uk which has 3 ethernet connections and 6 plug points with surge protection = £62.23
#14
Anyone know if these would work with an XBOX 360.
#15
DerryBhoy;8192621
Anyone know if these would work with an XBOX 360.


You can indeed works great with xbox 360 no need for microsofts adaptor:thumbsup:
#16
Quick update,arrived about 15 mins ago,the plugs are slightly larger than i thought,you get your 2 patch cables,each around 1 to 1.5 metres in length,a cd,and instruction booklet,plugged both in,turned on ps3 changed to wired,and it seems to be streaming HD content without issues:)So if it continues like this,i will be well pleased.
#17
I have two 200MB/s Powerline Ethernet Bridge Homeplugs already. I think they are made by Newlink, look the same as these ones on Amazon
http://www.amazon.co.uk/NEWLINK-200-POWERLINE-ADAPTER-HOMEPLUG/dp/B001BP215K

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/31zu67g7CvL._SL500_AA300_.jpg

How do you know if different brands will work with each other. CCLonline says
"Fully compatible with HomePlug AV 1.1 & Homeplug Turbo".

I want to buy another two 200MB/s homeplugs, but want them to all work together.

I am considering these Net-x Amazon ones oe the ones on EBuyer that you can plug through.

Any advice thanks.
#18
Apparently the homeplugs DO not have to be made from the same manufacturer,to work to-gether,but as long as the plugs are 200mb that you are introducing as well i can't see their being any problems,personally i don't think you can go wrong with Amazon's cs if you do have problems,although the ebuyer plugs look a good job as well,had mine for 2 days streaming HD content with no issues:)
#19
There are different standards for homeplugs, its not correct to say all 200mb plugs will likely work together. Most of the recent deals from Ebuyer are not AV compliant.

If your homeplugs are "AV" standard then any other manufacturer of AV plugs will work together. If you have older 85mb plugs thar are AV you can still use them with 200mb ones.
#20
why do we need them?

still, the max speed offered by Virgin in the UK for today (27-nov-2010) is 50 mb/s one and that is pretty sad for home users… and remember that real upload speed is only (aprox) 1.5 mb/s.

Even some eastern-European countries (for example, Latvia) are having a 200mb/s internet for a standart for home users AND they are introducing 500mb/s internet right now!

something is wrong with UK.. is infrastructure really that bad over here?

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