I have just ordered one of these, fantastic if you have HomePlug Networking in your Home, and this is a perfect solution for behind my TV.
The Piggy6 for those that dont know about it, is a HomePlug AV Network Adaptor, used to transport network signals via your home powerline rather than relying on Wireless.
You connect one Homeplug adaptor (costs about £20-30) to your boradband router, and plug the other adaptor (i.e. this device) into a plug socket whereever you require your network access.
This adaptor is special as it provides 3 network connections as well as 6 surge protected power sockets.
"The PIGGY6 power outlets are surge-protected and include safety shutters"
The Solwise PLA-PIGGY6 HomePlug Mains Power Strip with 3 Ethernet Ports operates on the HomePlug Powerline AV Specification standard, providing up to 200Mbps bandwidth over home AC wiring. Since the home power lines are the most pervasive medium in households with multiple outlets in every room, the PIGGY6 HomePlug Power Strip allows multiple home gaming consoles, AV devices, desktops computers, and notebooks to be networked, to share Internet, printers, files, and play games without any additional wiring. The six filtered power ports allow multiple devices to plug in for power and filter them so they do not affect the performance of the built in HomePlug AV 3-Port Ethernet Bridge.
* No New Wires Approach
* Up to 200mbps PHY Data Rate on Powerline
* Co-exists with 14/85mbps Home Plug V1.01
* Six Full-3-line surge protector (3MOV) with filtered power outlets and children safety shutters
* Security push button for software free configuration
For security, the HomePlug devices are equipped with 128-bit AES encryption. The private home power grid plus encryption makes HomePlug significantly more secure than competing technologies. The Solwise PIGGY6 HomePlug Power Strip is the best solution for No-New-Wires entertainment center networking. With easy Plug and Play installation, there is no need for new wires. These units are sold as singles, you will require at least two HomePlug AV devices to create your network. All versions of the AV products will talk to each other so long as they are on version 2 firmware or newer.
Excellent review by The Register: http://www.reghardware.co.uk/2009/04/28/review_networking_solwise_vesanet_piggy_6/