2000 MbpsTP-LINK TL-PA9020P Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack. £79.99 delivered @ Currys PC World
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2000 MbpsTP-LINK TL-PA9020P Powerline Adapter Kit - Twin Pack. £79.99 delivered @ Currys PC World

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Found 19th FebEdited by:"Shambles"
Twin pass-through powerlines, each device offering 2 Gigabit ethernet lines. It's a good time to be alive.

These went OOS @ Currys over Christmas and with the next cheapest being around £99 I set up an email stock alert, which has just arrived.

Powerlinetastic.
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Have a set and they are excellent - very simple to use and are pass-through so you don't lose a socket. Only downside is that they're quite bulky - shame they aren't smaller but the speed is perfect for streaming - connected my Sky and Amazon Fire HD box - both work perfectly
excellent price, this is the cheapest i've seen this set. 5% extra off through quidco as well.
Indeed this is a decent price for these going cold because of currys ?
Was thinking this was a smashing price because I (mistakenly) thought it had built in WiFi.

Have checked and they don't. Still great devices. Have the slower version with WiFi and just want it to be faster.

Have voted hot for the price.
Why the cold? Excellent price, I paid not far off this for the 1200 version! Pass through and the 2 way hub are a must have!! Heat added for me.....
Don’t forget cashback!
hats and gloves in here
It's been cheaper before, but this is still a reasonable price for a fantastic bit of kit. I can only assume people are going cold because you can get a 200mbs, non-passthrough, single Ethernet version for £20. Because quality doesn't matter...
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Elivercury1 h, 39 m ago

... you can get a 200mbs, non-passthrough, single Ethernet version for £20.


Yep, but this has upto 10 times the speed across a dual gigabit spectrum. It should cope with my 3 HD NVR cameras and home server, where my current 600Mbps will not.

Ah well, the deal's here if anyone wants it. I know I do
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I wonder what speed they work at. I had some 100Mbit TP-Link ones that connected at 100mbit but throughput measured at a measely 10mbit.

Old house tho, probably not great wiring.
Good find and heat from me but didnt someone comment last year on these that the 1200 or maybe just slightly higher were actually better than the 200Mbps ones. I'm no expert and was looking for some with double pass through for my sons room for his xbox one use as the virgin vivid 2000mbs wifi in his room is poor
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mmurdoch5 h, 53 m ago

... the 1200 or maybe just slightly higher were actually better than the …... the 1200 or maybe just slightly higher were actually better than the 200Mbps ones ...


These are 2Gbps (2000Mbps) split over a dual spectrum
Just got some myself and was about to post for others and found this. No idea why it's cold, very good price.
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Don't make the same mistake I just did, plugging both ethernet cables from one device into a single router. My BT HomeHub 6 crashed and almost burned - had to do a factory reset to recover.
Shambles20th Feb

These are 2Gbps (2000Mbps) split over a dual spectrum


Found it when Amazon had them lower priced, someone mentioned there possibly not as good. I have no idea but the link is below which may help
hotukdeals.com/com…994
Edited by: "mmurdoch" 21st Feb
Shambles21st Feb

Don't make the same mistake I just did, plugging both ethernet cables from …Don't make the same mistake I just did, plugging both ethernet cables from one device into a single router. My BT HomeHub 6 crashed and almost burned - had to do a factory reset to recover.


TBH I thought that was the whole point of this model?? So both interfaces don't really act as an etherchannel if this is the case? Instead, two seperate gigabit interfaces?
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