Powerline Adapter Twin Pack TP-Link 200Mbps - Ebuyer - £34.98 + Delivery(from £3.58) - HotUKDeals
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Only a couple of quid more than the Ebuyer ones and these are branded and more compact.

TP-Link's powerline adapter TL-PA211 takes advantage of your homes existing electric wires to transfer data while transferring traditional power. That means, with no additional wiring required, users can simply plug the TL-PA211 into existing power sockets and establish networking infrastructure in a flash. With high speed data transfer rates, you can enjoy video streaming, online gaming, VoIP or any other high bandwidth intensive tasks all at the same time.
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#1
I have no idea what this is...
#2
It connects two pieces of network equipment without running a network cable.

For example, my plans is to use four of these.

1) Hall. Connects to ADSL router
2) Living room: Connects to Desktop PC
3) Living room: Connects to Blu-ray player
4) Bedroom: Connects to internet TV.
#3
any good to conect sky anytime + to broadband
#4
bought this one over their own brand, for £2 more it is no brainer!
#5
does anyone know if you can plug into a double socket and still use second one?
#6
Supergills - Jun 09, 2011 18:47
does anyone know if you can plug into a double socket and still use second one?


If you mean a double wall socket - why not?

If you mean some kind of adaptor/extension - they have to be plugged straight into the wall socket otherwise they don't work.
#7
inicholson

If you mean a double wall socket - why not?

If you mean some kind of adaptor/extension - they have to be plugged straight into the wall socket otherwise they don't work.


You can plug them into an extension socket, but there's a chance they might not work (or they'll run at slower speeds). I have 3 of these plugs at home and 2 of them are plugged to an extension, and they work perfectly.
#8
Supergills
does anyone know if you can plug into a double socket and still use second one?


Yes, according to the reviews you can.
#9
inicholson
Supergills - Jun 09, 2011 18:47
does anyone know if you can plug into a double socket and still use second one?


If you mean a double wall socket - why not?

If you mean some kind of adaptor/extension - they have to be plugged straight into the wall socket otherwise they don't work.


I think Supergills was enquiring about the physical size. The Ebuyer extra value ones are quite wide and physically obscure the other socket.

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