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Netgear XE102 Powerline adapter - £19.99 delivered @ Amazon
Netgear XE102 Powerline adapter - £19.99 delivered @ Amazon

Netgear XE102 Powerline adapter - £19.99 delivered @ Amazon

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Netgear powerline adapter was £36.36 - now only £19.99 !!!

For a truly simple way to bring the Internet to any room in your home, look no further than NETGEAR's PowerLine Wall-Plugged Ethernet Bridge. The XE102 PowerLine device plugs into a home electrical socket and uses your existing wiring to give your entire household access to your cable or ADSL broadband connection.
With no expensive new wiring or cabling to install, your family can surf the web, send and receive email, share documents and print over the network, all from different rooms at the same time. XE102's are easy and very quick to install, they plug right into a wall power outlet, reducing clutter. As with all NETGEAR products the XE102 Wall-Plugged Ethernet Bridge is designed for ease of use, with easy to read icon LEDs.

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"Transfers data at speeds up to 14 mbps"

Really not very good at all for anything other than basic web stuff and file sharing really.
(and you will need two of them for that)

These are cheaper and faster
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Getting cold in here!

Indeed - one will not work on it's own

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Cannot believe these are sub £19.99 at Amazon....I picked up from Play last week at £39.99???

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i already have 2 of these and they work 100 % ok for connecting the kids pc where i have a flat spots in my house and i just bought another 3 to enhance my connection elsewhere - 14Mbps is fine for most users and at £19.99 for a brand a know from the high street i think these are a good deal :thumbsup:

I have a 2 wired and 1 wireless one as well. 1 of the wireless ones has gone faulty after about a month of owning it, the software is bad and doesn't recognise the adaptors on the powerline. The wireless one is the worst! Took me about an 45 mins to set up because the ip address gets allocated by the DHCP even though the documentation says its static as standard. I'd suggest buying the value 200mbps adaptors from ebuyer think they were around £40 a pair and far better quality.
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