ON NETWORKS Powerline Kit Twin Pack PL500-199UKS 500mbps - £14.99 @ Currys eBay - HotUKDeals
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#1
This reads as for WIRED connection only (not wfif)..Just sayin'...
#2
I ordered them for the hp 21" tablet posted yesterday.
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Elvis obviously you haven't been around for a while. These use your internal wiring of your house and you plug them near your device you are wanting to connect to the internet. You then use the two metre long Ethernet cable. Wired connection where you require it any where in your house with a plug socket. The other one connects to your router.Really easy to use,also you can add more to expand the network.
#4
Can you mix and match powerline adaptors? Got 2 200mbp/s tp-link ones
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Taz1529
Can you mix and match powerline adaptors? Got 2 200mbp/s tp-link ones

In my experience, you can, but it's much safer not to. I have several brands now due to having some at uni and now living with my dad who had different ones.

I have two tp-link ones which work well with my netgear ones, but they don't seem to work at all for on-networks from what I've seen. I'm gonna try again in a little while to see if I get any better luck, cos I would love to order these (as long as they are compatible) at this price.

UPDATE
I've just tried again, using a netgear 200mbps plugged into the router...
The on-networks (200mbps) does seem to be compatible with it, the issue I had before was routing it through extension leads (works plugged straight into the mains, and the best place to plug them in).

Edited By: Riverlution on Jul 13, 2014 15:02: Updated information
#6
Folks these things are great, I have one plugged in upstairs near the router and the other in a remote garage (with power) 30 yards away and I have a great remote wifi hotspot with the aid of an old wifi modem
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#7
thanks OP. Ordered two packs to replace my 200mbps plugs. My only concern is that my existing ones have a plug pass through on them so they don't actually use a socket up.
#8
do these emit a faint high pitched buzz like my TP-Link homeplugs?
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moneybag
do these emit a faint high pitched buzz like my TP-Link homeplugs?

Mine arrived yesterday (next day delivery!) and can confirm these don't emit a sound.
#10
hutchir9
Elvis obviously you haven't been around for a while. These use your internal wiring of your house and you plug them near your device you are wanting to connect to the internet. You then use the two metre long Ethernet cable. Wired connection where you require it any where in your house with a plug socket. The other one connects to your router.Really easy to use,also you can add more to expand the network.
I'm always learning.... but i'm not always keeping up.. !oO thanks
#11
I'm thinking of getting another pack just to future proof in case I want to add anything else to the network and would prefer to use matching kit.
#12
replaced my 3 year old net-x 200's.
seem to work out of the box. interestingly worked without the security buttons being paired.

good price heat added.

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