TP-LINK 200Mbps Mini Powerline Ethernet Adapter Single Pack TL-PA211UK - £19.99 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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I was looking at getting the deal posted a couple of days ago from BT shop when they went out of stock.

While I was looking at the twin packs, I noticed that buying them as singles was cheaper. SO DONT BUY THE TWIN PACK.

Yes, they are about 3 quid dearer than the BT deal BUT these are the newer PA211 model, in stock now, and as I wanted 3 the deal was about the same in the end. Small bit of topcashback tracked ok.

technical copy/paste bit...

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 of up to 200Mbps, you can enjoy HD video streaming, online gaming, VoIP or any other high bandwidth intensive tasks all at the same time now.

Super Small Design
With the new ultra-compact housing design, TP-LINK TL-PA211 is much smaller than most other 200Mbps Powerline Products. At just 30mm thick and with its high quality, elegant white shell, it almost blends in completely in front of any power outlet and additionally can be placed anywhere in the room.

Up to 200Mbps, 300 Meters
With advanced HomePlug AV technology, TL-PA211 provides you stable, high-speed data transfer rate up to 200Mbps on a line length up to 300 meters. Together with the built-in Qos and powerful AES encryption, TL-PA211 is such a good choice for a whole home solution to connect all network compatible devices--from computers and game consoles to set-top boxes for IPTV to printers and NAS hard drives--and supplies them with broadband Internet.
The PLC connection is transmitting the data through the electric wire between two outlets, so it at least requires two PLC adapters plugged into the outlet to transform the data streaming. With twin pack design, the starter kit ensures to establish a Powerline network for the first time.

Power Saving Up to 65%
The TL-PA211, a new-generation Powerline Adapter, with its logical practical product designs and sophisticated Power-Saving Mode, it now consumes less power when compared with existing Powerline Adapters. When there is no data transmission or reception occurs over a certain period of time, it will automatically switch from its regular Working Mode to Power-Saving Mode that will reduce the energy consumption by up to 65%*.
*Actual data will vary because of the network conditions and environment factors.
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#1
looks a bargain, ordered 2 and cancelled the BT shop order as out of stock
#2
might have to grip some of these after all
#3
can u mix different makes eg will this do as a extra one on another types pair
#4
Can someone please advise me what the difference is between this one listed and this one on the link below which are both on the same site?
7dayshop 200Mbps Mini HomePlug / Powerline Ethernet Network Adapter - Single Pack

Cheers


Edited By: Egoman on May 11, 2011 10:14
#5
Egoman
Can someone please advise me what the difference is between this one listed and this one on the link below which are both on the same site?
7dayshop 200Mbps Mini HomePlug / Powerline Ethernet Network Adapter - Single Pack

Cheers


Just a quick scan of the two shows me two things that make a difference:

Range - 200m for the one you posted. 300m for the one in the OP.
And the other difference that jumps out is the one you posted doesn't seem to have a 'Power Saving Mode'. Again, the one in the OP does.
#6
Thanks to OP ordered 2 :)
#7
And for all the keen savers there's 1% quidco ;)
#8
steven3367
can u mix different makes eg will this do as a extra one on another types pair


+1

Can anyone confirm mix & match works?
#9
Thanks Blasphemous, for your update. However I apologise for not being clearer in my question. What I should have asked are they the same technology as I already have two of the ones in my link and was thinking about getting another and saw this one. I need to know if they are compatible and talk to each other?

Regards
#10
Thanks - ordered.
I can finally get my Xbox online !
#11
SpoonyBoy
steven3367
can u mix different makes eg will this do as a extra one on another types pair

+1

Can anyone confirm mix & match works?
I ordered one of these a few days back and it should arrive any time now. I too already have a pair of 200mbps adaptors of a different make which I bought from Ebuyer and was uncertain if this one will work with those. I have read that 85mbps wont work with 200mbps but hopefully this will work with my existing adaptors. I have just taken a chance really so I will update and let you know when it arrives if someone else hasnt already confirmed.
#12
does any one know that to make it work, will I need atleast two or only one would be sufficient....will my TV need to be connected with an ethernet cable from this equipment when I plug this in wall..many thanks in advance
1 Like #13
barni2006
does any one know that to make it work, will I need atleast two or only one would be sufficient....will my TV need to be connected with an ethernet cable from this equipment when I plug this in wall..many thanks in advance

You will need at least two for this to work. One to plug in router. One to connect to pc/tv/console etc
#14
thanks GNKelly07 and if I buy two do I still need ethernet cable from this unit to my TV, is it correct assumption..
GNKelly07
barni2006
does any one know that to make it work, will I need atleast two or only one would be sufficient....will my TV need to be connected with an ethernet cable from this equipment when I plug this in wall..many thanks in advance
You will need at least two for this to work. One to plug in router. One to connect to pc/tv/console etc
1 Like #15
barni2006
thanks GNKelly07 and if I buy two do I still need ethernet cable from this unit to my TV, is it correct assumption..
GNKelly07
barni2006
does any one know that to make it work, will I need atleast two or only one would be sufficient....will my TV need to be connected with an ethernet cable from this equipment when I plug this in wall..many thanks in advance

You will need at least two for this to work. One to plug in router. One to connect to pc/tv/console etc

I would think that you would get them bundled. You do with the BT Shop deal and these are from the same producers.
1 Like #16
Yes when I had my twin pack from Ebuyer they supplied two ethernet cables in the box and as GNKelly07 said you definitely need at least two for this to work. I bought this item as an additional one to the two I already have.
#17
Are these better than wireless?
#18
thanks for enlightening my knowledge
JDLFC
Yes when I had my twin pack from Ebuyer they supplied two ethernet cables in the box and as GNKelly07 said you definitely need at least two for this to work. I bought this item as an additional one to the two I already have.

GNKelly07
barni2006
thanks GNKelly07 and if I buy two do I still need ethernet cable from this unit to my TV, is it correct assumption..
GNKelly07
barni2006
does any one know that to make it work, will I need atleast two or only one would be sufficient....will my TV need to be connected with an ethernet cable from this equipment when I plug this in wall..many thanks in advance
You will need at least two for this to work. One to plug in router. One to connect to pc/tv/console etc
I would think that you would get them bundled. You do with the BT Shop deal and these are from the same producers.
#19
it depends how is the router wifi strength in your house? you can check the strength by going to this website and installing their java plugins: http://tools.meraki.com/stumbler. If its as good or even okay near you require it as your router then you are okay...
trenale
Are these better than wireless?
#20
Out of stock... Or at least It mentions now that the stock is "on order" :S
#21
eldaras
Out of stock... Or at least It mentions now that the stock is "on order" :S

The twin pack will cost you £2.45 more for 2 units but stock plenty

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=110979

I bought 3 singles at £19.99 each a couple of months ago. They are very slim; barely larger than a credit card, but much thicker obviously.
#22
Tech advice appeal! I have a broadband modem & wireless router but my PC drops the connection whenever laptop or mobile phone connects to internet. This could be solution but I want to keep wireless connection for laptop. Could I connect one of the adapters to/via the wireless router (with ethernet cable) & still have a wireless connection for the laptop? Thanks to anyone who can help :)
#23
Tech advice appeal! I have a broadband modem & wireless router but my PC drops the connection whenever laptop or mobile phone connects to internet. This could be solution but I want to keep wireless connection for laptop. Could I connect one of the adapters to/via the wireless router (with ethernet cable) & still have a wireless connection for the laptop? Thanks to anyone



yes you can no problem....all you do is connect the ethernet adaptor to the wireless router and off you go...the laptop can still run off the wireless with adaptors connected
#24
"yes you can no problem....all you do is connect the ethernet adaptor to the wireless router and off you go...the laptop can still run off the wireless with adaptors connected"

Ciaranj - Thanks for clarifying that!
#25
SpoonyBoy
steven3367
can u mix different makes eg will this do as a extra one on another types pair


+1

Can anyone confirm mix & match works?

I can confirm that my attempts to mix Zyxel and TP_link failed.
I much prefer the single TP-Link I have. The Zyxels run warm all the time, and they are massive. These are slimeline, and dont get warm. I have ordered the twin pack of TP_Link and will sell the Zyxels off. In theory you should be able to mix n match, but I found that with no end of fiddling and downloading all types of software that it didn't work.
#26
This could definitely be the solution as indicated in previous reply however you can change your channel to stop this from happening and if you have SKY broadband then I remember unticking UPnP did the trick...You can know the channel numbers of your neighbourhood by trying the following site: http://tools.meraki.com/stumbler
Titas
Tech advice appeal! I have a broadband modem & wireless router but my PC drops the connection whenever laptop or mobile phone connects to internet. This could be solution but I want to keep wireless connection for laptop. Could I connect one of the adapters to/via the wireless router (with ethernet cable) & still have a wireless connection for the laptop? Thanks to anyone who can help :)
#27
[quote]barni2006 - May 12, 2011 09:05


This could definitely be the solution as indicated in previous reply however you can change your channel to stop this from happening and if you have SKY broadband then I remember unticking UPnP did the trick...You can know the channel numbers of your neighbourhood by trying the following site: http://tools.meraki.com/stumbler [quote]
Thanks v.much for advice - actually I'm using a Tenda Wireless router & VirginMedia Broadband modem. I use Wifi Analyser (Androis app) which shows all channels - I have changed it once or twice but it didn't seem to affect the issue. No response from Tenda support either. Anyway, thanks - I'll have a look for UPnP & untick if there!
#28
Hi guys, my TP Link adapter came today and I can confirm that it does work with the powerline adapters that I bought previously about 2 years ago even though they are a different make. The two I originally had were the 200mbps Extravalue ones that Ebuyer used to sell. I am not sure why it didnt work for the other user, I know that if one is 85mbps and you try to link to a 200mbps then it wont work, all I know is, I have two different makes and they talk to each other fine as they are all 200mbps.
#29
The price went up to £20.99 yesterday

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