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NETGEAR PL1200 Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack £39.99 @ Currys

£39.99 @ Currys
Extremely fast speeds-up to 1200Mbps, Perfect for connecting smart TVs, streaming players & game consoles Ideal for 4K HD streaming & lag-free gaming, Connect multiple adapters to expand your wired… Read More
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Extremely fast speeds-up to 1200Mbps, Perfect for connecting smart TVs, streaming players & game consoles

Ideal for 4K HD streaming & lag-free gaming, Connect multiple adapters to expand your wired network reliably

Multiple data streams (MIMO) with Beam forming technology offer improved coverage, Set up in minutes, no need to configure or install software

Encrypts Power line network connections with the touch of a button

Automatically powers down when not in use. System Requirements - RJ-45 Ethernet Port , Existing electrical wiring and outlets
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#1
Hot (_;)
#2
Funny, LAN card in PC is only up to 1000Mbit :D
#3
tleecher06
Funny, LAN card in PC is only up to 1000Mbit :D


Think it's maybe quoting both ways ie 600mbps each way (not that you'd get anywhere near the theoretical top speed). Rest assured your gigabit network card isn't going to be a bottleneck
#4
Before you buy check out all nearby Sainsburys in case they still have stock of this or the pass-through model for £21 (posted a while ago).
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wondering if this would greatly improve HD streaming on stand alone tv boxes such as the NEXBOX A95X TV Box Quad core Amlogic S905X ? anyone please.

thanks for the info pal.


Edited By: mykaloen on Sep 14, 2016 22:00: spelling
#6
not going to make your internet speed any faster
#7
dont forget 1% TCB/Quidco....
if you prefer Amazon, then they have currently the same price - 39.99

Amazon NETGEAR-PL1200


Edited By: makar0n on Sep 15, 2016 14:23
#8
Buy these over TP-Link ones.. I've had two sets go faulty on me now, can barely be bothered to go through the warranty support again
#9
Will these support 50meg Virgin BB? Currently only getting 10meg thru the TP link plugs.
#10
Will these support 50meg Virgin BB? Currently only getting 10meg thru the TP link plugs.
#11
tleecher06
Funny, LAN card in PC is only up to 1000Mbit :D

Well atleast it has a Gigabit port, unlike some other powerline adapters that advertise 600mbps but only have 100m/bit ports, making you wonder where they are getting the 600mbits from.

This is a really good price, shame it isn't a passthrough.
#12
iAmLegendFam
Buy these over TP-Link ones.. I've had two sets go faulty on me now, can barely be bothered to go through the warranty support again

What was the problem.? I was very happy with my av1200 up until a week or so ago when they started just randomly locking up and requiring a reboot. Which was fine until it was every single day so far this week
#13
luvsadealdealdeal
not going to make your internet speed any faster
wtf?
#14
mykaloen
wondering if this would greatly improve HD streaming on stand alone tv boxes such as the NEXBOX A95X TV Box Quad core Amlogic S905X ? anyone please.

thanks for the info pal.

Yes it will be much more reliable than wireless.
#15
Muffinss
mykaloen
wondering if this would greatly improve HD streaming on stand alone tv boxes such as the NEXBOX A95X TV Box Quad core Amlogic S905X ? anyone please.

thanks for the info pal.

Yes it will be much more reliable than wireless.


I already have av2000 tplink which I bought on Amazon for 79.99 which I use for 4k Netflix.
#16
Is this a deal? on Amazon at the same price...?
#17
do these work in conjunction with TP-LINK AV1200 ?
#18
iAmLegendFam
Buy these over TP-Link ones.. I've had two sets go faulty on me now, can barely be bothered to go through the warranty support again

I fix them myself, usually just a blown capacitor. Those things are made cheap.

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