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TP-Link Homeplugs 600mbps 2 set @ Wilko for £12.50
TP-Link Homeplugs 600mbps 2 set @ Wilko for £12.50

TP-Link Homeplugs 600mbps 2 set @ Wilko for £12.50

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As title, spotted at the Hull store in the clearance section. Still 4 sets left when I was leaving.

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Amazing bargain if you can find it.

Which Hull store ? There are 3.
Edited by: "scav" 21st Dec 2016

Saw this in the Leeds store on Albion Street also

The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum in perfect conditions. WiFi these days is consistently faster, and range extenders make it easy to cover a whole house, plus can had wired sockets anywhere you may need them.

FirePhantom

The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum … The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum in perfect conditions. WiFi these days is consistently faster, and range extenders make it easy to cover a whole house, plus can had wired sockets anywhere you may need them.



​What on earth does all that mean? oO

FirePhantom

The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum … The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum in perfect conditions. WiFi these days is consistently faster, and range extenders make it easy to cover a whole house, plus can had wired sockets anywhere you may need them.



My wifi doesn't cover my house; I also have had a range extender and a second router via home plug.

In my experience, for my study and my ps4 that are far from the router these work great and I get the same 35Mbps that I can get wired to my router. Having said that it does depend on your wiring, but I have an old house and it's all good!

A great deal for anyone who can get them!

​I disagree, unless you have a high end Wifi dongle, which would cost more than this. I've tried 3 dongles on my desktop, each struggling to maintain 30mbp/s. My work laptop sitting next to it hits 67mbp/s.

FirePhantom

The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum … The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum in perfect conditions. WiFi these days is consistently faster, and range extenders make it easy to cover a whole house, plus can had wired sockets anywhere you may need them.


Range extenders whilst a cheap option are not the best solution especially when you loose around 50% bandwidth when using one, it's one of the reasons why powerline technology is the preferred choice by many.

FirePhantom

The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum … The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum in perfect conditions. WiFi these days is consistently faster, and range extenders make it easy to cover a whole house, plus can had wired sockets anywhere you may need them.



Er, wifi will never be faster than a wired connection (assuming your power wiring is decent)

none in erith

cold - not nationwide

Two left at 4pm hull, prospect centre. Thanks OP.

Going to check local store/s around Newcastle. Fingers crossed they have some there.

Original Poster

Yeah should confirm was Prospect Centre.

bailey87

Er, wifi will never be faster than a wired connection (assuming your … Er, wifi will never be faster than a wired connection (assuming your power wiring is decent)



​on my amazon tv box using wifi I get 68mb using powerline adaptors i get 30mb

Got me a set of these, 3 story house with a Vodafone sure signal booster that needs to be on the middle floor to help the signal throughout the house. As I'm on the edge of most mobile network coverage the booster as with the power line extenders are a great solution!

FirePhantom

The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum … The specified throughput on power line devices is the theoretical maximum in perfect conditions. WiFi these days is consistently faster, and range extenders make it easy to cover a whole house, plus can had wired sockets anywhere you may need them.



Any WiFi range extender doubles the latency and halves the bandwidth. Networking 101.
Homeplugs, dependent on your wiring and configuration, will show some deterioration in signal but certainly not to that extent.

moschops1

​on my amazon tv box using wifi I get 68mb using powerline adaptors i get … ​on my amazon tv box using wifi I get 68mb using powerline adaptors i get 30mb



I guess like wifi, powerline can depend on your house and situation.

I get great wifi speeds near the router, but on the top floor of the house they're maybe half that. Using powerline to my PC I get 100mbps speed (they only have 100mb ethernet), so it was a good choice for me

These are link only with pair buttons. They have no wireless extension nor wireless clone capabilities. Both units only have a single network connection so only one device can be linked through the mains. That said they are priced online at £25 still if you search for "link" so half price. Top tp-link plug has three network sockets with through mains socket and wireless extension and clone button as well as pair button.

Normal price in Bromley Wilko £25

moschops1

​on my amazon tv box using wifi I get 68mb using powerline adaptors i get … ​on my amazon tv box using wifi I get 68mb using powerline adaptors i get 30mb



That's because your power wiring is duff

Does anybody know the model number or a wilko product code by any chance?
I got a couple of stores nearby and I wanna give them a ring first

Or if not, how do we look at the photo the OP posted of the box. Every time I click on it, it's taking me to wilko site

warmtoffee

These are link only with pair buttons. They have no wireless extension … These are link only with pair buttons. They have no wireless extension nor wireless clone capabilities. Both units only have a single network connection so only one device can be linked through the mains. That said they are priced online at £25 still if you search for "link" so half price. Top tp-link plug has three network sockets with through mains socket and wireless extension and clone button as well as pair button.



Hi mate. Can't find this one you mention online. Do you have a link or a model number?

I'm after a powerline adapter as quite far from my router and wireless is not cutting it

dougrobbins78

Hi mate. Can't find this one you mention online. Do you have a link or a … Hi mate. Can't find this one you mention online. Do you have a link or a model number?I'm after a powerline adapter as quite far from my router and wireless is not cutting it



This 'deal' is for the TL-PA4010 KIT (wilko.com/com…556). I say 'deal' as it seems to be store specific and isn't available online.
Edited by: "4me2save" 22nd Dec 2016

got one from Gateshead store yesterday was about 5 left.

bebechino

none in erith



That's Erich for you

Gee's some people go on , these work fine I have them . If you want a connection in another room and the item you want to connect to the internet is "not" wireless these will do the trick.

1 + 1 = 2 , but some will say 1 + 1 = ? , ? been the value of what ever 1 shall be in the context of ....... bla bla bla ,,,
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