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TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Booster/Extender with Two LAN Ports Kit (Wi-Fi Clone, No Configuration Required) @ Amazon for £37.49
TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Booster/Extender with Two LAN Ports Kit (Wi-Fi Clone, No Configuration Required) @ Amazon for £37.49

TP-Link TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300M Wi-Fi Booster/Extender with Two LAN Ports Kit (Wi-Fi Clone, No Configuration Required) @ Amazon for £37.49

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Cheapest ever, and a brilliant product as well. ...deal of the day!!!

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Great product...need an extra nano unit but tempted to the the whole this...it's that good

Let me guess, no gigabit LAN? What's the point of providing a fat pipe only to install a tap that effectively drips? Cold for me!

whatupyo

Let me guess, no gigabit LAN? What's the point of providing a fat pipe … Let me guess, no gigabit LAN? What's the point of providing a fat pipe only to install a tap that effectively drips? Cold for me!



Because 500mbps dont reach 100meg even if it did have a 1gb port! Google actual speeds on homeplugs

Are these a lot better than the Currys £9.99 ones?

whatupyo

What's the point of providing a fat pipe only to install a tap that … What's the point of providing a fat pipe only to install a tap that effectively drips?


That's what she said.

TP-Link are single handedly the worst gear I've ever bought, unreliable and cheap, but cheap for a reason because a lot of their stuff isn't fit for purpose.

Banned

Oh i got a TP-LINK but several months ago it went wrong.

Hi All

Not directly a question regarding these TP Powerlines / tis deal, but I notice a lot of negative comments on various brands

What in your view are the best brand to buy (I have fiber optic and geting around 35 download and 10 upload speed and looking to hook one power powerline to a PS4 and then a second oneto the top of the house as a WiFi booster)

Thanks for any advice

Just had a BT engineer round installing BT Infinity, and he told me I needed one of these.

So this was quite a fortunate post!

Can these be mixed and matched with the 200mb ones from tp link? Ie 500 one on router, then one 500 and two 200...

Cheers

pakichan

Can these be mixed and matched with the 200mb ones from tp link? Ie 500 … Can these be mixed and matched with the 200mb ones from tp link? Ie 500 one on router, then one 500 and two 200...


Yes but they will only run at 200.

I bought this last week for £55. No issues with it so far, followed the advice of one of the reviewers to set it up with my virgin superhub!

Just contacted Amazon for a refund of the difference so thanks to the OP!

KingOfFools

Is that even on the second 500 one?

Thanks

pakichan

Is that even on the second 500 one?


The 500 ones will slow down to 200 in order to join the 200 network as all devices are listening to the same signals over the mains cabling.

Great price, I got mine when they were around the £60 mark. Have worked flawlessly for the 7 Months I've had them.
Edited by: "jukkie" 9th Jul 2014

Please note that these items have a 3 year warranty. I have just had one of mine replaced with no issues via this warranty.

I've had one of these for 3 months now and not one problem. gives out a very good WiFi signal in an outbuilding which it over 100m from the house

fishmaster

TP-Link are single handedly the worst gear I've ever bought, unreliable … TP-Link are single handedly the worst gear I've ever bought, unreliable and cheap, but cheap for a reason because a lot of their stuff isn't fit for purpose.



Comments like this annoy-the-hell out of me - one person has one experience and makes a statement which is not only sweeping but legally actionable - it's all "wah wah wah MY DUMMY" stuff and it's tiring.

I've used loads of TP Link kit - most has been fine, a few have failed - they've all been replaced without question.

So, basically, they're as good as anything else - in a nutshell.
Edited by: "therealjohnpeat" 9th Jul 2014

Bought this exact set from Tesco last Thursday for £60! I always miss the deals!

It works well, was more difficult to set up than the box would lead you to believe, the Wi-Fi clone function didn't work with the WPS function on my Virgin Broadband Superhub 2 so had to set it up the wi-fi extender manually. Once that was done it works fine. Heat added.

Great price... Ordered mine now. Have been looking for a good replacement to my netgear non-wifi power line kit

therealjohnpeat

Comments like this annoy-the-hell out of me - one person has one … Comments like this annoy-the-hell out of me - one person has one experience and makes a statement which is not only sweeping but legally actionable - it's all "wah wah wah MY DUMMY" stuff and it's tiring.I've used loads of TP Link kit - most has been fine, a few have failed - they've all been replaced without question.So, basically, they're as good as anything else - in a nutshell.



Bring on the legal action bitches.

whatupyo

Let me guess, no gigabit LAN? What's the point of providing a fat pipe … Let me guess, no gigabit LAN? What's the point of providing a fat pipe only to install a tap that effectively drips? Cold for me!



Are you retarded?

500mbps is the MAXIMUM theoretical throughput. You'll never, ever get that.

Dellacleaing

Bought this exact set from Tesco last Thursday for £60! I always miss the … Bought this exact set from Tesco last Thursday for £60! I always miss the deals!It works well, was more difficult to set up than the box would lead you to believe, the Wi-Fi clone function didn't work with the WPS function on my Virgin Broadband Superhub 2 so had to set it up the wi-fi extender manually. Once that was done it works fine. Heat added.



You shouldn't using WPS any way!

pcpro.co.uk/rea…ork

Even with modified firmwares I can break into the Superhub in an afternoon with WPS turned on.
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