TP-Link 600 Mbps 2-Port Powerline Adapter, Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender - £12 Asda, Coryton - HotUKDeals
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TP-Link 600 Mbps 2-Port Powerline Adapter, Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender - £12.00 Asda, Coryton

£12.00 @ George (Asda George)
Didn't know whether to post this or not but a few were left in my local. Coryton, Cardiff. Amazon have it for £40. AV600 Read More
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Didn't know whether to post this or not but a few were left in my local. Coryton, Cardiff. Amazon have it for £40.

AV600
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1 Like #1
Had 3 in Dewsbury Asda
#2
typical,2 days ago i bought the 300Mbps single port version at £14.99 :(
#3
bananaman34
typical,2 days ago i bought the 300Mbps single port version at £14.99 :(
You will probably be more upset to know that the one you bought is more inferior product. The one in this deal also extends wifi range so you dont have to use it just for wired connection as the one you bought...sorry

Edited By: sam1970 on May 18, 2017 16:29: spelling
1 Like #4
sam1970
bananaman34
typical,2 days ago i bought the 300Mbps single port version at £14.99 :(
You will probably be more upset to know that the one you bought is more inferior product. The one in this deal also extends wifi range so you dont have to use it for wired connection as the one you bought...sorry


Rubbing salt in his wound there :D
1 Like #5
bananaman34
typical,2 days ago i bought the 300Mbps single port version at £14.99 :(
Can probably still return it.
#6
DSR that low spec unit.
If you bought it online...
#7
Cut out the middleman and flush these straight down the pan.
1 Like #8
I have a couple of these. They work great for gaming, surprisingly.

However are shocking when trying to watch HD TV on my YouView box, with constant drops. Just a warning if anyone was wanting to use it for their TV box.

Good price.
1 Like #9
I have been using these for nearly a year (Actually I got the older 500Mbps ones but updated the firmware). They are great. I have five of them scattered allover the house so no wifi deadspots at all.
#10
fishmaster
Cut out the middleman and flush these straight down the pan.


These are lifesavers
#11
doboworth
I have a couple of these. They work great for gaming, surprisingly.

However are shocking when trying to watch HD TV on my YouView box, with constant drops. Just a warning if anyone was wanting to use it for their TV box.

Good price.


Use mine for the PS4, gaming, Netflix, sky. All work amazing with no dropouts.
#12
Does the wifi range extender take the signal from the electric circuit and broadcast it or does it pickup the modem/router wifi signal and broadcast that? Anyone know?
#13
SuperFlyBlues
Does the wifi range extender take the signal from the electric circuit and broadcast it or does it pickup the modem/router wifi signal and broadcast that? Anyone know?


it does both, you can choose
#14
dont they use electricity?
2 Likes #15
iwashere2000
dont they use electricity?
Only if you plug them in and switch them on. :)
1 Like #16
Cheers OP. Picked up 2 at Westwood Asda, Belfast. Priced on shelf at £45 but checked with CS who scanned and told me they were £12. Happy days. :)

Edited By: Whammerhead on May 18, 2017 22:47
#17
Had a few of these in Merry Hill yesterday.
#18
danfr
SuperFlyBlues
Does the wifi range extender take the signal from the electric circuit and broadcast it or does it pickup the modem/router wifi signal and broadcast that? Anyone know?
it does both, you can choose
Thanks for the reply :-) Is it the case that if you set the TP-Link wifi booster to clone the router/broadband's wifi, then it just picks up the wifi signal and rebroadcasts it (and therefore slows it down?) and if you set up the booster to broadcast wifi with its own wireless name/password, then it doesn't pick up the router/modem's wifi so doesn't reduce the router/modem's wifi speed? Is that right? Sorry if these are basic questions! I can't find a strightforward answer.
#19
In my local the AV500's were £12 and the AV600 were full price, I ended up leaving them though anyway as I wouldn't use them.
#20
My wife called by Coryton yesterday at 5pm and they'd sold out.
#21
The team valley retail park ASDA living in gateshead had 3 of these in today for £12 each but was the older 500mbps version that can be updates to the 600mbps version using a firmware update.

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