TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT 1200 Mbps Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit 43% off, £39.98 @ Amazon
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TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT 1200 Mbps Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit 43% off, £39.98 @ Amazon

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Found 19th Mar
TP-Link TL-PA8010KIT Gigabit Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1200 Mbps, Ideal for HD Video Streaming and Online Gaming, No Configuration Required, 2×2 MIMO with Beamforming, UK Plug

Had this on a camel alert, lowest price for a year!

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I'm waiting for the Netgear ones to come on offer.
Also, something with passthrough and wifi.
That said, this is still a hot deal for those who need this.
Great price to extend a home network, I have two of these and two multi port pass through versions
It's really frustrating I have 2x 2000mbit TP-Link dual gbit ports with pass throughs that cost me £55 from Amazon a year or so ago. I want to add a few more but they are like £90 now. On the plus side they work really well.
Edited by: "CyDoNiA" 19th Mar
CyDoNiA1 h, 44 m ago

It's really frustrating I have 2x 2000mbit TP-Link dual gbit ports with …It's really frustrating I have 2x 2000mbit TP-Link dual gbit ports with pass throughs that cost me £55 from Amazon a year or so ago. I want to add a few more but they are like £90 now. On the plus side they work really well.


I also want more of these and forked out 90 for the first set but I'm not paying 180 when I only need 1 more.
Look for spares on eBay guys. There's sellers that sell refurb singles.
How do these compare with mesh?
Are these good for using with PS4 stream play as I want the lowest latency I can get and cables through the house is not a option at the moment?
chrisjordan6662 h, 13 m ago

Are these good for using with PS4 stream play as I want the lowest latency …Are these good for using with PS4 stream play as I want the lowest latency I can get and cables through the house is not a option at the moment?

Perfect for local streaming. It's an area where you'll see a very noticeable difference in terms of performance.
bargains4us2 h, 17 m ago

How do these compare with mesh?


Mesh is just pretty much just multiple routers being used as WiFi extenders (kind of). This is literally cabled connections. Depending on your wiring it can almost be as good as running a long ethernet cable.
Thanks op, a great find. Been waiting for these to come down in price, I’ve already got two of the pass-through versions, they are excellent, adding these to extend the wired network to another two rooms. The TP-link software reports a real life data rate of over 700Mbps between the units.
Just literally purchased these from argos store on Ebay for £24.99. Not going to bother posting new deal as they're nearly gone.
I was looking for passthrough power but for £24.99 I had to buy them. Should be a nice boost over my Linksys av200
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This deal is back on!
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