TrendNet 500Mbps Pass-Through Compact Powerline Starter Kit £19.99 (again) @ Ebuyer
TrendNet 500Mbps Pass-Through Compact Powerline Starter Kit £19.99 (again) @ Ebuyer

TrendNet 500Mbps Pass-Through Compact Powerline Starter Kit £19.99 (again) @ Ebuyer

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The Powerline 500 AV Nano Adapter Kit with Built-In Outlet, model TPL-407E2K, uses existing electrical lines to create a secure high speed network. Connect the first adapter to your network and plug the second adapter into an outlet on your electrical system for instant high speed network access. The compact form factor saves space and offers an additional electrical outlet, built into the front of the housing to power computers and other devices. A noise filter maintains optimum connection speeds when devices such as computers, televisions, and gaming consoles create electrical background noise.

This adapter automatically connects to other TRENDnet Powerline AV adapters with no installation required-TRENDnet recommends pressing the 'Sync' button to automatically change default encryption keys. Use up to 8 adapters to network devices in different rooms without running new cabling. Power Save mode reduces power consumption by up to 80%. Quality of Service technology prioritizes video, audio, and online gaming. LED displays convey device status for easy troubleshooting. Advanced 128-bit AES encryption secures your network. This adapter is ideal for use in buildings that interfere with wireless networking signals.
Includes two TPL-407E adapters
Compliant with IEEE 1901 and HomePlug AV standards
High speed networking over an existing electrical system
1 x 10/100 Mbps Auto-MDIX Ethernet port
1 x built-in electrical power socket
Adapters automatically connect using an encrypted Powerline signal
One-touch Sync button changes encryption keys
Three LED indicators
Power: on/off
Powerline Connection: green (best), amber (better), red (good), off (no connection)
Ethernet Connection: solid (connection), blinking (activity), off (no connection)
Advanced electrical noise filter boosts performance
Connect one 500 Mbps Powerline AV Adapter to the Internet and then plug in up to 7 additional 500 Mbps Powerline AV adapters for instant connectivity
Share data intensive files, play games, download music and more at faster data transfer rates
Advanced 128-bit AES encryption to ensure total network security
Support for IPv6
Supports up to 16 IGMP based IPTV streams
Power Save mode reduces electrical consumption by up to 80%
Neighbor network support for up to 4 overlapping networks
Network signal transmits up to 300 meters (984 ft.)
Auto QoS support through traffic classification and multiple priority queuing
Optional management utility compatible with Windows® 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP
3-year limited warranty
- xcloose


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Original Poster

Cheers xxcloose. Its a previous deal actually but expired and I couldn't see a way to wake it up, just a heads up for anyone who didn't see the ebuyer email this morning
Edited by: "daytonaant" 5th Dec 2014

500? It's another one that then states 10/100 ports....

This deal is hot. Still waiting for a pass-through with 1Gbps port though!

Looks like this should be expired - current price is £29.99 + delivery (at least £4). The eBuyer specials page is still saying £19.99 with free delivery, but when you add to basket you get the higher price :-(

Original Poster

Must be just you....I just tried it and it still works for the price. I think it's the delivery, have they got a limit for free delivery and previously it was on free?

I'd already bought a 300 Mbps wireless extender same brand as my router - TPLink, so I'm very much indecided whether to buy this myself or just route cat 5 directly upstairs via the heating pipes holes (or just move my TP Link extender around when required) or I'd have bought this myself already

got them yesterday. I'm fetting 67-70Mb/s on a 100Mbit connection. Not bad.

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