Devolo dLAN 500 500Mbps Powerline (Pack of 3) £44.99 @ Amazon
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Devolo dLAN 500 500Mbps Powerline (Pack of 3) £44.99 @ Amazon

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Found 26th AprEdited by:"raggers"
Posted a while ago at £70 but reduced to a new lowest price now on camelcamelcamel.

  • Easy and fast Ethernet access through your powerline with a speeds of up to 500 Mbps combined with PowerSave technology
  • Integrated network ports allow more than one network device to be connected and to run simultaneously
  • One button automatic encryption allows active protection from unauthorised users so you are always secure
  • Compact design for convenient placement throughout the home at any power outlet
  • It is not wireless
  • Compatible with all adapters of the 200/500/550/650/1200 product series
  • Transmission speeds: Ethernet 10/100 (mbps), Powerline 200/500 (mbps)
  • Customer Care Number: 0203 024 1838
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Just to future proof I wouldn't go below 1000mbps as usually you see 1/10-1/6 of advertised speed and 100mbps broadband is going to be minimum soon. I've 1000 Mbps and only seeing around 150 Mbps in real. Maplin sells 2000mbps for 66 pounds, it's in post for me, hopefully it will have better speed than 1000mbps one
I have had av2000 for two years now. Av500 is too slow, may be a bottleneck to your fast internet connection. Penny Wise ,Pound Foolish.
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 26th Apr
themiso33 m ago

Just to future proof I wouldn't go below 1000mbps as usually you see …Just to future proof I wouldn't go below 1000mbps as usually you see 1/10-1/6 of advertised speed and 100mbps broadband is going to be minimum soon. I've 1000 Mbps and only seeing around 150 Mbps in real. Maplin sells 2000mbps for 66 pounds, it's in post for me, hopefully it will have better speed than 1000mbps one



Future proof if you’re lucky. A big part of the UK still doesn’t have fibre.
2minutenoodles21 m ago

Future proof if you’re lucky. A big part of the UK still doesn’t have fib …Future proof if you’re lucky. A big part of the UK still doesn’t have fibre.


Ok , why make your slow experience even slower.
sam_of_london8 m ago

Ok , why make your slow experience even slower.



Who is making a slow experience slower? These don’t improve your internet connection they allow data pass through.
Edited by: "2minutenoodles" 26th Apr
sam_of_london24 m ago

Ok , why make your slow experience even slower.


You can move your broadband connections to other parts of the house..even on old copper links these devices can prove invaluable
Edited by: "dans1972" 26th Apr
2minutenoodles22 m ago

Who is making a slow experience slower? These don’t improve your internet …Who is making a slow experience slower? These don’t improve your internet connection they allow data pass through.


The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest link in your internet connection.
sam_of_london30 m ago

The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest …The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest link in your internet connection.


Sometimes I despair.
sam_of_london36 m ago

The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest …The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest link in your internet connection.



No; these handle speeds above and beyond a lot of peoples internet connections and therefor is not the weakest link. If you are lucky enough to have super, superfast internet then you may consider adapters capable of more data throughput but as said a lot of people in the UK still have slow internet. There will be no “bottleneck” for those people.
sam_of_london2 h, 17 m ago

The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest …The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest link in your internet connection.



you on the wrong thread dude, no ones selling bikes here and they don't use chains in computers
Just to add, the twin pack is currently £24.99 so you could get 4 for £49.98...an extra 1 for a shade under £5
Krinkle2 h, 20 m ago

Just to add, the twin pack is currently £24.99 so you could get 4 for …Just to add, the twin pack is currently £24.99 so you could get 4 for £49.98...an extra 1 for a shade under £5


Good spot, young ‘un. Have a like.
sam_of_london16 h, 44 m ago

The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest …The strength of the chain depends on the weakest link. This is the weakest link in your internet connection.


Lmao dude are u serious
On topic: this is a pretty weak deal IMO. There have been some AV600 twin adapters package that went around not too long ago for around £25, sometimes lower. A price of £45 here basically means the third adapter for an additional £20? Not worth it IMO.

EDIT: Not to mention these are also AV500 which is actually slower than the usual previous deals we've seen posted here.
Edited by: "umair166" 27th Apr
sam_of_london26th Apr

I have had av2000 for two years now. Av500 is too slow, may be a …I have had av2000 for two years now. Av500 is too slow, may be a bottleneck to your fast internet connection. Penny Wise ,Pound Foolish.


What sort of actual bandwidth do you see on the av2000?
Stompa26th Apr

Sometimes I despair.


Reading his reply, I do too... *facepalm*
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