ZyXEL PLA4211 500Mbps Pass-Through Powerline Starter Kit £19.98 Delivered @ eBuyer - HotUKDeals
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The ZyXEL PLA4211 500 Mbps Mini Powerline Pass-Thru Ethernet Adapter improves performance for up to 60% comparing to the 200 Mbps powerline technology**. The compact design with extra power outlet gives you the convenience to deploy home networks without the compromises of your existing power outlet. The embedded noise filter of PLA4211 provides more stable multimedia streaming enjoyments by minimizing interference from other home electric devices.ZyXEL PLA4211 500 Mbps Mini Powerline Pass-Thru Ethernet Adapter Starter Kit upgrades home networks with faster wireless speeds of up to 500 Mbps to provide more stable and reliable connections for web surfing.The new, compact ZyXEL PLA4211 gives you the installation flexibility to turn power lines into a home network. You can conveniently deploy the home network and provide power to other electrical devices instantaneously through the extra power outlet. With plug-and-play installation of a pair of PLA4211, you can easily connect your Smart TV, Blu-ray™ players, DVRs, PCs or game consoles to the home network through any electrical outlet.

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Good price. The only thing I'd point out is that the Ethernet interface is 10/100, rather than Gigabit but that won't be a problem for most people.
Wait until Amazon price match, Ebuyer's customer service is appalling.
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Wait until Amazon price match, Ebuyer's customer service is appalling.

Amazon did not price match this item the last time it was posted, and as Amazon have these listed with a 2-5 week delivery schedule, do you honestly see a price match incoming?

Of course, I could be wrong, it's unlikely but it has happened before.
Had a set of these konk out on me recently. Invested in devolo ones instead.
had several of this make and they fail often
had several of this make and they fail often
They all seem to fail. Had the Zyxels and tp-link and some others. I dont understand why the computer press doesnt validate the durability of these devices.
I've been running solwise home plugs and their piggy6 6 way surge protected socket with 3 port hub built in, since 2011 with no issues
not sure what is all about misleading people, 100-200-300 or more
if you lucky you will always get few megabits or more if your pc is nearby the device
Even these routers rated at 1Gbps(1000Mbps) from tp-link in my case and connected with cable directly would not do no more than 125Mbps out of my virginmedia 152Mbps (inreality up to 161Mbps as tested from main router via proper cable)
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So many people get Mb and MB confused when talking about this.

Mbps and MB/s are not the same, Mb and MB are not the same.

Mb = MB x 8

So a Gigabit port will max out around 115MB/s real world.

However, these homeplugs are 500Mbps up and down, so 250Mbps each way, equating to 31MB/s.

However, due to the 10/100 port, anything over 100Mbps is wasted anyway.

But for just internet use, this is more than sufficient, it's only when local data is being transferred that it can be limiting compared to a Gigabit system.
Bought the ZyXEL PLA4215 - 500Mbps Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Kit from Ebuyer at the same price a few weeks ago, so COLD in comparison. Still a good deal though.

I know some of the surge protection plugs on the market are useless although the idea is good. Is this noise filter a real plus, a bit gimmiky, or do they all have it? Do I really need a noise filter?

Edited By: UKSoaper on Aug 02, 2014 15:32
The 4215 kit is currently £80. If you really got that for £19.99 then it was an amazing deal.
The 4215 kit is currently £80. If you really got that for £19.99 then it was an amazing deal.

@uksoaper you just posted a 3 month 1 day deal .. why !!!!!!!!!!!
@uksoaper you just posted a 3 month 1 day deal .. why !!!!!!!!!!!

To confirm to DannyBoy99 that I did indeed get the gigabit version at the same price as this deal. Just puts this current deal into perspective - good but not great . . .

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