TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT 1-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit £25 instore @ Sainsbury's
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TP-Link TL-PA7010KIT 1-Port Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit £25 instore @ Sainsbury's

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Seen in Exeter, Alphington store for 25 pounds2960325.jpg

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sam_of_london1 h, 6 m ago

Only av1000. I have had av2000 for last two years


That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e cable, connected to your 2000mbps ones, without a 10gb Nic card/switch to your device at 2000mbps for then Sam??

Space travel... Mind teleporting...
bitcoin517th Jun

That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e …That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e cable, connected to your 2000mbps ones, without a 10gb Nic card/switch to your device at 2000mbps for then Sam??Space travel... Mind teleporting...



I love it when knowledgeable people in certain threads call this troll out on their bullsh!t.
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Only av1000. I have had av2000 for last two years
No matter what others may have in their possession, this seems like a good deal on this item. Voted hot.
sam_of_london18 m ago

Only av1000. I have had av2000 for last two years


What do you use them for out of interest?
what for £25??

Stupid comment.....
sam_of_london1 h, 6 m ago

Only av1000. I have had av2000 for last two years


That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e cable, connected to your 2000mbps ones, without a 10gb Nic card/switch to your device at 2000mbps for then Sam??

Space travel... Mind teleporting...
My sainsburys dont sell the av1000. They had every other combination! :-(
Good to use together with the ubiquiti from the other thread for people moaning about the cable runs
Edited by: "Krizzo3" 17th Jun
FYI Milton Keynes is still showing £40 on the shelf but scanning at £25.
bitcoin517th Jun

That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e …That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e cable, connected to your 2000mbps ones, without a 10gb Nic card/switch to your device at 2000mbps for then Sam??Space travel... Mind teleporting...


Lol
These are only £15 in Tescos Newtownards Co. Down for anyone local to the area.
Picked up last one in the Purley way, thanks op
bitcoin517th Jun

That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e …That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e cable, connected to your 2000mbps ones, without a 10gb Nic card/switch to your device at 2000mbps for then Sam??Space travel... Mind teleporting...



Ok, but I've no proof of this (a quick look didn't help) but as the speed goes down distance don't the faster powerlines give you a longer range albeit at the expense of the speed.
bitcoin517th Jun

That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e …That's good, so what do you use, your maximum of 917mbps down a Cat6e cable, connected to your 2000mbps ones, without a 10gb Nic card/switch to your device at 2000mbps for then Sam??Space travel... Mind teleporting...



I love it when knowledgeable people in certain threads call this troll out on their bullsh!t.
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