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200Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Twin Pack £41.38 inc postage @ Amazon
200Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Twin Pack £41.38 inc postage @ Amazon

200Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Twin Pack £41.38 inc postage @ Amazon

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Cheap price for a set off 200Mbps homplugs.

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There was a set posted just over an hour ago for £39.99

hotukdeals.com/dea…165

I guess this is the better deal if you don't want anything else from ebuyer to qualify for free delivery.

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kebabthief

There was a set posted just over an hour ago for … There was a set posted just over an hour ago for £39.99http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/extra-value-200mbps-powerline-adapt/792165I guess this is the better deal if you don't want anything else from ebuyer to qualify for free delivery.



yep £43.38 with delivery from ebuyer. Free from amazon.

Great price voted hot ! Very tempted buy them even though im attempting not too spend much cash atm lol

I just got some of these a few days ago from Amazon. they work perfectly out of the box and only took 2 days to arrive and thats with free super saver delivery. Plug them in and they work straight away, you dont even need to press a single button. Top brand aswell TP Link
Edited by: "DweebDude" 4th Nov 2010

Ordered, great deal, thanks!

old tech though - wont be compatible with the newer homeplug av ones

thanks OP, I've been having connection issues with a samsung TV via wifi. Hoping this will give me a more stable connection.

royals

old tech though - wont be compatible with the newer homeplug av ones



Nothing like an ignorance is there, squire?

These aren't old tech - poor thing's confused.

These are ethernet, not A/V plugs.

Scissorhands

Nothing like an ignorance is there, squire?These aren't old tech - poor … Nothing like an ignorance is there, squire?These aren't old tech - poor thing's confused. These are ethernet, not A/V plugs.



LOL, homeplug av ARE ethernet

en.wikipedia.org/wik…nce

not voting one way or another, but the amazon product description quotes "HomePlug 1.0", wikipedia says that HomePlug av was introduced in 2005...go figure

Edited by: "tubbyasstoo" 4th Nov 2010

Do these things plug directly into the mains i.e. the 3 pins are molded into the housing? If so are they at the bottom of the device or the top (our sockets are at skirtingboad level and I need to know whether I can use these).

Ta.

Edit: Just seen the other thread that has a picture of the reverse side of these and they appear to not be suitable. Bum.
Edited by: "Burgmeister" 4th Nov 2010

Been waiting for this kind of good deal.... But I can't afford it at the mo.... bumm3r!

HOT!

good deal

Bought some Comtrend ones for similar money last week and was amazed how well they work (and easy it was to get them working). We use them to show BBC iPlayer on the TV via our Humax Freesat HDR box. They work great.

The Comtrend ones have a plug pass through so you don't lose a plug socket. Not sure if these do?

These look good. Also go into powersaving which some of the cheaper ones don't... need this as otherwise these plugs can have overheating issues - plus saves you some money

DonDraper

Bought some Comtrend ones for similar money last week and was amazed how … Bought some Comtrend ones for similar money last week and was amazed how well they work (and easy it was to get them working). We use them to show BBC iPlayer on the TV via our Humax Freesat HDR box. They work great.The Comtrend ones have a plug pass through so you don't lose a plug socket. Not sure if these do?



Where from? Passthru ones generally cost 10+ more each

Edit: nvm none of the comtrend ones have auto standby - the instructions say "please turn off when not in use to prevent excess heat"...
Edited by: "bez" 4th Nov 2010

Good deal! If you sign up to the amazon prime next day delivery is free... make sure you cancel within a month!

Burgmeister

Do these things plug directly into the mains i.e. the 3 pins are molded … Do these things plug directly into the mains i.e. the 3 pins are molded into the housing? If so are they at the bottom of the device or the top (our sockets are at skirtingboad level and I need to know whether I can use these).Ta.Edit: Just seen the other thread that has a picture of the reverse side of these and they appear to not be suitable. Bum.

You can use an extension lead though, as they still work through them. I have one connected through a chain of 2 surge protected extensions and it still works fine (there is probably some drop of in speed, but i didn't notice).

Does this kit give you the ability to connect 1 or 2 devices? Ie is 1 taken up connecting to your router, leaving you with one plug?

Just I need to connect two devices upstairs - PC and a Sony TV to the web.

Out of stock with Amazon directly next cheapest is £49 through a seller.

COLD

Does this kit give you the ability to connect 1 or 2 devices? Ie is 1 … Does this kit give you the ability to connect 1 or 2 devices? Ie is 1 taken up connecting to your router, leaving you with one plug?Just I need to connect two devices upstairs - PC and a Sony TV to the web.

It would only let you connect 1 device.
You would need three plugs (double set + 1 individual) to connect two devices.
e.g. router => homeplug => wall / wall => homeplug => tv / wall => homeplug => PC
Or a fancy switchy-boxeroo at the other end.
e.g. router => homeplug => wall / wall => homeplug => fancy switchy-boxeroo => PC & TV

Someone smarter can point you in the direction of a reasonably priced "fancy switchy-boxeroo" tm (and know what they are actually called....they're like a router, but without t'internet magic)

Edited by: "retrogameskid" 4th Nov 2010

COLD

Does this kit give you the ability to connect 1 or 2 devices? Ie is 1 … Does this kit give you the ability to connect 1 or 2 devices? Ie is 1 taken up connecting to your router, leaving you with one plug?Just I need to connect two devices upstairs - PC and a Sony TV to the web.



if they are co located then you can use a network switch (i find netgear ones are best value and reliable), 100mpbs version would be fine - i used to use a gigabit ntetwork switch one as my internal network is gigabit but ive since upgrade my netgear homeplugs to netgear poweline av's

i use this
amazon.co.uk/dp/…862?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=****&linkCode=asn&creative=22206&creativeASIN=B00213VTJK

and this
amazon.co.uk/gp/…YPK

xbox360 online is phenominally faster than Wireless N


but this with the 2 units in this thread would be fine if surfing as your internet connection will be at most 100mpbs, you will need some ethernet cables too

google.co.uk/pro…wAg
Edited by: "royals" 5th Nov 2010
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