NETGEAR HDX101 - 100UKS Powerline HD Plug £57.40 from £134 ???? if you believe it.... - HotUKDeals
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This represents an overinflated original price, so much so I think the got it wrong! but I think the sale price is good, also consider that you may find local stock. Remember you need two of these to make a network if you dont already have one. This is the very high speed version (200Mbs). details below....

Netgear HDX101 Powerline HD Plug
Network over your electricity mains
Turns a socket into a network connection
Simple plug & play installation

Product Information
Turn Any Electrical Outlet into an HD-Streaming Ethernet Connection
Turns any outlet into an Ethernet network connection
Enables high-quality video streaming, gaming and VoIP over a home network
Delivers up to 200 Mbps to any outlet
No software required-just plug and play

Features

Ideal solution for connecting PCs, Games Consoles and Digital Media Adapters (NETGEAR's EVA700 and EVA8000) to the network

Simple plug-and-play installation

Use existing electrical wiring

Plug one HDX101 into your router and nearby electrical socket, then plug a second HDX101 into an electrical socket near to the device you wish to network

Built-in Quality of Service (QoS) enables smooth video streaming, gaming and uninterrupted telephone calls via the Internet

Transfer large files to networked storage devices (NETGEAR's SC101)

Supports up to 16 HDX101 units on one home network

Co-exists with NETGEAR's HomePlug compatible products


Powerline HD network

NETGEAR's Powerline HD Ethernet Adapter (HDX101) for high quality video and gaming, is an ideal solution for connecting a PC, DVR, X-Box 360, PS3, or other game console to the home network.

Built-in Quality of Service (QoS) ensures high quality, consistent performance for things like realtime HD video and audio streaming for a digital media adapter (DMA) like the NETGEAR Digital Entertainer (EVA700), or for Internet gaming and VoIP calls. With data rates up to 200 Mbps* large file transfers to networked storage devices like NETGEAR's Storage Central (SC101) can be up to 12 times faster than previous Powerline networking products, all with encrypted security.

Outlets must be electrically connected in order for Powerline devices to provide a network connection between them.

* Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building material and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate.

* Requires use of at least one other NETGEAR HDX101 (sold separately).

* An HDX101 may coexist with HomePlug 1.0 products, but is not compatible nor interoperable with NETGEAR's XE104, XEPS103, XE103, XE102 or WGXB102 Powerline products.
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#1
Yea, thats just back to down "normal" prices. It is cheapest i've found though.

Dabs is £57.51
#2
Still overpriced at £57 imo.
#3
Personally I would stick with the Homeplug standard (Devolo or Solwise etc.), not proprietary Netgear ones... :thumbsup:
banned#4
You need at least two of the devices to make use of it anyway, otherwise all you're doing is hooking your network into your power circuit with nowhere for it to go... :giggle:

A lot of places sell the 'starter pack' which comes with a pair of the adapters and is a lot cheaper than paying 2x £57.

ebuyer has the pack for £98.26 delivered (or £88.26 if you can use the £10 off via google checkout :thumbsup: ).
#5
I have the Solwise ones and they are outstanding and only half the price of the Netgear.
#6
I have Devolo 200 ones, great for streaming HD playback on the 360
#7
PWN
I have the Solwise ones and they are outstanding and only half the price of the Netgear.

The Solwise 200 meg ones are about the same price as these Netgear ones, so I guess you are talking about the slower (quite a bit!) 85mbps ones?
#8
Hi

I've just discovered this technology and it seems pretty mint to me. I was just about to pay someone to run a cable from my lounge, up the outside wall and into my loft but this seems to do away with that.

I'm looking to stream from my pc in the loft to my xbox with xbmc on it. Which type would be the best for this (mainly videos and tunes)? I've only found the netgear ones so far.

Cheers :thumbsup:

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