Netgear AV 500 XAVB5001 Powerline Kit (Kit of Two) - £83.99 @ Maplin using voucher - HotUKDeals
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Use voucher secret6 for £6 off any purchase over £80.

Plus 2.5% Quidco or 2.52% Topcashback

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The NETGEAR Powerline AV 500 Adapter Kit extends your Internet access to any electrical outlet for the most demanding applications. It offers easy, plug-and-play setup and provides faster speeds for the most demanding applications. Perfect for connecting HDTVs, Blu-ray™ players, DVRs, PCs and game consoles to your home network and the Internet.

Cheapest I could find on the net but if you can find them cheaper please let me know and I'll cancel my order. :)
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It may get voted cold given the premium to Extra Value adaptors or indeed the questionable need for 500mbps.

If you want a branded 500mbps then then arguably a better deal is the D-Link PowerLine AV 500 Adaptor Starter Kit Offer for £74.99 @ Kikatek incl free delivery option. Most trusted vendors (Scan, ebuyer etc) are pricing this D-Link kit at £98-100. Buying direct is also cheaper than buying from Kikatek via Amazon UK (£79.99 + £1.45 postage). Link...

As for D-Link, I recently got the D-Link DHP-P307AV kit (200mbps with pass through) from Dabs for £64.98, which qualifies for a free additional DHP-306AV/B unit).Also potential 2% Topcashback etc. Thanks, btw, to OP crikeymikey who submitted that deal:

Anyway, back to D-Link, I have been quite impressed so far and have not regretted paying a “premium” at £21-22 per unit (two of which have pass-through); there have been no dropped signals and consistent link rates on the remote unit of 120mbps+ two floors up in a 1930s house with dodgy wiring!

Edited By: bb247 on Jun 14, 2011 02:55: Sorry, forgot link

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