TP-Link TL-PA9020P AV2000 2-Port Gigabit Powerline with Pass-through only £79.99 @ Maplin - HotUKDeals
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TP-Link TL-PA9020P AV2000 2-Port Gigabit Powerline with Pass-through only £79.99 @ Maplin

£79.99 @ Maplin
Best price for this top of the line Powerline kit, £20 cheaper than Amazon. Go via Quidco for 4% Cashback. Appears to be only available online, click and collect is out of stock (from what I've … Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
Best price for this top of the line Powerline kit, £20 cheaper than Amazon.

Go via Quidco for 4% Cashback.

Appears to be only available online, click and collect is out of stock (from what I've seen)

High speed powerline kit giving data transfer rates of up to 2000Mbps*

• Extend the network coverage in your home for an uninterrupted connection

• The pair button allows you to simply set up a secure powerline network

• 2x2 MIMO with Beamforming establishes multiple simultaneous high speed connections with greater stability

• Powerline plugs can be installed up to 300m apart while on the same fuse board

• Two powerline plugs and network cables included to get you started

• Two Gigabit ports on each plug to connect directly to your device with an Ethernet port

• Switches itself into standby mode when not in use to save up to 85% power

• Manufacturer part number: TL-PA9020P KIT
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#1
"High speed powerline kit giving data transfer rates of up to 2000Mbps*"

Doesn't state what that * means, but something's not correct - Gigabit is 1000Mbps! :P
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Lahn
"High speed powerline kit giving data transfer rates of up to 2000Mbps*"
Doesn't state what that * means, but something's not correct - Gigabit is 1000Mbps! :P

Think about it...
#3
To use both ports on the plug, do I need 2 connections to the router?

Edited By: rofiquel on Sep 16, 2016 12:47: Edit
#4
Lahn
"High speed powerline kit giving data transfer rates of up to 2000Mbps*"
Doesn't state what that * means, but something's not correct - Gigabit is 1000Mbps! :P

This is the case with all of their adapters, and feels slightly like false advertising. I have a AV500 one which I recently realised has a 1/100 ethernet port on it, therefore it can't exceed 100 surely? And my speedtests certainly highlight that exact thing.
#5
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Lahn
"High speed powerline kit giving data transfer rates of up to 2000Mbps*"
Doesn't state what that * means, but something's not correct - Gigabit is 1000Mbps! :P
Think about it...
okay, so I actually thought about it - only way I can see this pushing 2000mbit via gbit ports, is by having 4 devices, A+B connected to first device, and C+B connected to 2nd device, then A+C transfering 1gbit and B+D transfering 1gbit - that would give it 2gbit... and I call **** until I see that tested.

In fact, here's a review!

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/review/powerline-adapters/tp-link-av2000-powerline-starter-kit-review-3643494/
PCAdvisor

In our first Room Test we check speeds when both adapters are in the same room – which is not how you use Powerline! We use this to test its top speed and The AV2000 did very well, scoring 432Mbps by transferring a 1GB file in 19 seconds.
When we positioned the second adapter in a room two floors down and about 30 metres apart speeds naturally dropped. This time the AV2000 scored 117Mbps ­ way below the 2,000Mbps on the box but still the fastest we’ve seen from a Powerline.
Remember that you might see faster (or slower) speeds in your home, but the AV2000 stands as the fastest we’ve tested so far.

So best case, they delivered 432Mbps... still a good speed for sure, but "2000Mbps*" is false advertising at best, outright lying in my opinion!
#6
I get regular drop outs with a pair of AV1200's. Never gonna buy TPLINK adapters again.
Still it's a good price for AV2000'S.
#7
Great find, heat added.

A got a pair of these a while back because since upgrading my Virginmedia Broadband to 200Mbs, a pair of Develo 1200 were not giving me the full 200Mbs. When I got the TP-Links, I am now getting the full 200Mbs (206Mbs).

Note: I have using Powerline adapters for years now and so far these a the best I have used.

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