On Networks 200Mbps Powerline Kit - £19.99 with code PLA25 @ PC World
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On Networks 200Mbps Powerline Kit - £19.99 with code PLA25 @ PC World

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Found 22nd Oct 2012
A good alternative to the TP-Link kit, which seems to be going up in price a lot at the moment. Use code PLA25 at the last stage of the checkout to get the price.



The On Networks PL200-199UKS 200Mbps Powerline Adaptor Kit is a wonderful device that improves your home networking, and can help you make the most of your Smart TV.

Enhance your home network

This awesome private networking kit enables you to plug in and connect your computers, games consoles and Smart TVs to the internet for fast, uninterrupted streaming of music, HD video and other content.

With a 200Mbps powerline network speed, you're ensured of lovely fast home internet with the On Networks 200Mbps Powerline Adaptor Kit. Extend your wired internet connection to any power outlet in your home, combining accessible electrical plugs with reliable online magic!

Easy and secure

With its easy setup and plug-and-play operation, it couldn't be less of a problem to get up and running with the PL200-199UKS Powerline Kit. You'll be online and happily surfing and downloading with the minimum of fuss thanks to its smooth and simple operation.

The powerline adaptor also comes with a data encryption button, so if you need extra security online, just push the button to get protected simply and effectively.

The On Networks PL200-199UKS 200Mbps Powerline Adaptor Kit is a far more focused and improved way to easily connect all your web-enabled devices up at home.

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These any good for Xbox on a virgin media super hub?
Great piece of kit, ordered !!!
Just ordered one! Thanks
Looking online this is a re-branded netgear product buy buy buy.
It'll work with anything that uses a network rj45 port
Although I found and ordered this one earlier so now I'm not sure lol.
Keza1

These any good for Xbox on a virgin media super hub?



Will work perfectly.
The one I ordered earlier was a tp link 500mbps from currys for 33.99
Can this improve you broadband connection in weak areas around the house
how do these compare to the TP-Link ones?
mimobots_of_rohan

http://m.hotukdeals.com/deals/tp-link-tl-pa411-kit-500mbps-powerline-homeplugs-kit-33-99-with-voucher-power5-currys-1342295



This is £13 odd cheaper and PC World not Currys
Big daddy this will give you a stable wired connection from any plug socket in your house. So it is good for dead zones or static devices such as games consoles or smart tvs.
Showing as web exclusive price £44.99 now. £49.99 in store. Feck, too slow again....
Edited by: "Grobbendonk" 22nd Oct 2012
Grobbendonk

Showing as £44.99 now. Feck.



Read OP...Use Code..
19.99 with voucher code pla25 which gets you 25 off
Grobbendonk

Showing as £44.99 now. Feck.



Use the code to get it for 19.99
Can the used for another product?
Will they work with the TP Link ones?
super hot! pity I don't need a second pair
I don't mean the code I mean the adapters. Will they work with the 200mbps TP Link ones?
Marshalex the tp link is a 500mbps instead of a 200mbps. Not sure of the practical difference but I'm sure someone can explain
cheers, ordered, I will give it a go as my router is in the living room and my PC keep loosing signal.
Im sure it will be easy to sell it on e-bay if I will not like it. 19.99£ is a fair price.
Would this work through a 4 way extension lead?
emnetic

Would this work through a 4 way extension lead?



I used mine through an extension lead, some people say it's slow them down/affects they're performance but I've had no problems
mimobots_of_rohan

Marshalex the tp link is a 500mbps instead of a 200mbps. Not sure of the … Marshalex the tp link is a 500mbps instead of a 200mbps. Not sure of the practical difference but I'm sure someone can explain


I think the difference is more theoretical than practical!
Ordered, thanks - HOT
Thanks OP and additional information posters.
As far an I am aware, you can only use Windows OS devices, so no Android or Apple products will work with these power-line adapters.
Zero experience with these - my need at home is to connect my BT Vision box to the Home Hub (some 5-7m apart in different rooms so ethernet cables not ideal), and we have 2 laptops in generally different rooms which could use performance boost if poss. Any good for the Vision, and as a bonus the laptops?
Brilliant! That's the sort of discount I like! Ordered x
thank-you Opening Poster (_;) ... needed something like this for our attic room
Faberge

As far an I am aware, you can only use Windows OS devices, so no Android … As far an I am aware, you can only use Windows OS devices, so no Android or Apple products will work with these power-line adapters.



I'd be surprised - a friend of mine uses Powerline adaptors on his Linux machine no problem! The OS should be totally irrelevant.
I was thinking more from a reliability point of view as I have a set of the TP-Link ones which have excellent reviews however I need a for a friend and can't find any reviews about these ones
Personally it's worth the extra £13 for the TP Link ones which are 500Mbps, When i get round to it ill be purchasing some TP Link 500Mpbs one due the the facet i like TP Link and most my network equip is. Extra 300mpbs for £13? Worth it!
Ordered. Great deal. This will save me running a 20 metre RJ45 cable upstairs to my sons Xbox. Thanks.
Sorry to mention Quidco too....
ElliottMoreton

Personally it's worth the extra £13 for the TP Link ones which are … Personally it's worth the extra £13 for the TP Link ones which are 500Mbps, When i get round to it ill be purchasing some TP Link 500Mpbs one due the the facet i like TP Link and most my network equip is. Extra 300mpbs for £13? Worth it!



Real speed depends entirely on your house wiring, moved mine from my last house where they work perfectly to the new one where they don't. Got a mate who is an electrician to take a look, he said my wiring is very old and cables are degraded too much to carry a stable enough signal for these. They still work, just at about 4Mbps! My GF now has them, they work fine at hers. I hard wired the house with cat 5 instead.
chicaneuk

I'd be surprised - a friend of mine uses Powerline adaptors on his Linux … I'd be surprised - a friend of mine uses Powerline adaptors on his Linux machine no problem! The OS should be totally irrelevant.



Powerline adaptors encrypt+converts "netwroking signals" to electicity from one unit and another unit in the pair does the reverse.

Nothing to do with OS or whatsoever. Yes, it won't help you with wireless connectivity though.
Edited by: "foxabcd1234" 22nd Oct 2012
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