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Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit) Powerline Kit & Pass Through (Pack of 2) - £34.99 Delivered @ Amazon
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Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit) Powerline Kit & Pass Through (Pack of 2) - £34.99 Delivered @ Amazon

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Posted 8th Dec 2019

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Use your existing electrical wiring to extend your Internet access to any room in your house. Just plug the Powerline 1000 + Extra Outlet into any electrical outlet then plug in your new network connection. It's that easy. With 1000 Mbps speed, the Powerline 1000 adapter is perfect for connecting smart TVs, streaming players, and game consoles. Plus, the extra outlet provides power for additional devices.

Features:

  • 1000 Mbps powerline speeds.
  • Power consumption: Standby 0.464 W, on-state 2.55 W, full power 3.57 W.
  • Great for connecting smart TVs, streaming players and game consoles.
  • Ideal for 4K HD streaming and lag-free gaming.
  • Works with HomePlug AV and HomePlug Green PHY.
  • Typical coverage up to 500 m² (5,832 ft²).
  • Sets up in minutes, no need to instal software.
  • Secures the network connection with the touch of a button.
  • Powers down when not connected.
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Wow, they look pretty startled! One even fell over.
Sam of London is the HUKD Powerline connoisseur, show some respect please.
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I think this was posted yesterday. I am out off by the reviews and my experience with Netgear orbi. Will wait for the tp link version to drop.
Wow, they look pretty startled! One even fell over.
Used something similar to get broadband connection to a friends smart TV that didn't have Wi-Fi (they were using a long cable from the router in the hall, through the door, behind the sofa, and to the back of the TV in the lounge). Also handy to extend your broadband to outside buildings e.g. garage if it has mains power. There is probably a Wi-Fi dongle you can plug in to get wireless connections.
TiptreeJam08/12/2019 19:19

Used something similar to get broadband connection to a friends smart TV …Used something similar to get broadband connection to a friends smart TV that didn't have Wi-Fi (they were using a long cable from the router in the hall, through the door, behind the sofa, and to the back of the TV in the lounge). Also handy to extend your broadband to outside buildings e.g. garage if it has mains power. There is probably a Wi-Fi dongle you can plug in to get wireless connections.


Good info to know. Thanks mate.
I have had power line av2000 for last 5 years. This is only av1000.
Sam of London is the HUKD Powerline connoisseur, show some respect please.
And had Thunderbolt for 5 years.
So yes, respect is a prerequisite.
sam_of_london08/12/2019 19:19

I have had power line av2000 for last 5 years. This is only av1000.


Fascinating
Silly question, would these be able work alongside Tp link powerline adapters as well?
Trilink08/12/2019 21:33

Silly question, would these be able work alongside Tp link powerline …Silly question, would these be able work alongside Tp link powerline adapters as well?


Yeah, should be fine. I'm mixing Netgear with TP link at the moment without any issue. Think they both have to be homeplug av, but I think most are. If these are a different speed to your current ones they will just work at whichever is the lowest speed.
sam_of_london08/12/2019 19:19

I have had power line av2000 for last 5 years. This is only av1000.


Seriously,I don’t do a great deal of file transferring through my home network, other than a bit of streaming from a basic nas set up. I plan on expanding my network range throughout my property just for access. Would I be better saving my pennies and going for lower speed power line adapters or will I see a benefit from going for the fastest I can afford.
Same price at argos if that's any easier
atippett08/12/2019 18:59

Wow, they look pretty startled! One even fell over.


Awwww, you spoilt my fun heat added anyway
So just want to make sure if I connected my computer that does not have wireless capabiity to this via ethernet it will have wifi?
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