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devolo GigaGate Wi-Fi Bridge (2 Gbps, 1 x High-Speed Gigabit Port, 4xFast Ethernet Ports, 5 GHz Band, single/kit-£24.99/£44.99 at Argos/eBay
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Devolo GigaGate Wi-Fi Bridge Starter Kit General Information: By separating high-usage devices from the wifi network, you'll enjoy more bandwidth for your wireless … Read more

Great price thanks tacavas


cracking price (y)


All my high usage devices use powerline av2000


All my "high usage" devices (server, main gaming pc, HTPC) are seperated from the WIFI network with wired ethernet cables.


We were having lots of problems with one 500 WiFi Powerline and called up Devolo support (kept changing its IP address to something random!). I asked about these as an alternative and the person said that she could not recommend them...... Since gone to a BT Smart Hub 2 and 2 discs (via eBay, for use on Plusnet) and perfect. My wife contacts from the one in her home office to the one on a landing at 5ghz and that connects to the router similarly. No drops in the last month. Great software interface. We still use a 500 WiFi Powerline for the TV/Youview/android/Blueray with a switch.

Xerox Phaser 6510dn A4 Colour LED/Laser Printer, 28 ppm, Duplex, USB/Ethernet, 250-Sheet Tray £100 Amazon
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
This is better than the £140 black Friday deal. The WiFi version is an extra £20. Normally this printer is around £150. Includes Lifetime Warranty.

My original toner faded early as well while still showing 25% capacity remaining. I didn't bother refilling because I had a lot of paper pickup issues with the printer so got another printer instead. Refill instructions . Looks too simple.


Can you tell me how, even the "compatible" toner i got never worked properly, the prints were faded.


Only way I can get decent quality prints from Xerox printers is to save the file as a PDF and then print then PDF rather than trying to print via Photoshop/Illustrator. The colours are nice but I would never buy a Xerox printer again.


You can refill the dell 3330dn toner


Hi am looking at this printer if knot thiis what other printer would you buy ?

3m Flat CAT7 RJ45 Ethernet Lan Network/Patch Cable £2.69-£3.99 depending on quantity @ 7dayshop delivered
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
White or Grey available Price varies according to quantity bring purchased: 1+ £3.99 2+ £3.49 3+ £3.19 5+ £2.99 10+ £2.69

How many people out there have a 10Gbps network that would actually need these or CAT6 cables? It is like paying £50 for a 2m HDMI when a £5 cable will do the same job.


Agreed- if its Cat7, the pairs and the overall cable should be shielded. (Guess thats what they mean by double shielded?).


Don't think unshielded CAT7 cables exist. Please show me a single source that sells them. "CAT7 is a newer copper cable specification designed to support speeds of 10Gbps at lengths of up to 100 meters. To achieve this, the cable features four individually shielded pairs plus an additional cable shield to protect the signals from crosstalk and electromagnetic interference (EMI)." So, it's either CAT7 or it's not. There is no such thing as 'unshielded CAT7'.


Double shielded twisted pair cable prevent electromagnetic interference (emi) and reduce cross talk noise. Shielded with gold plated contacts resist corrosion, provides durability and ensures a secure connection. In description of the product


Flat probably unshielded I would give it a wide berth personally

TP-Link N300 Universal Range Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with 1 Ethernet Port at Amazon £14.99 Prime / £19.44 non Prime
Found 13th FebFound 13th Feb
Currently on Amazon Daily Deals TP-Link N300 Universal Range Extender, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with 1 Ethernet Port, Plug and Play, Built-in Access Point M… Read more

£14.99 in B&m but I bought this one on amazon and had to send back absolutely useless wouldn’t even connect after 30 attempts at each connection


Utter rubbish, mine is one of the many 1 star reviews on Amazon. Had to reset daily until it started actually interfering with WiFi. Tested by turning it off and the WiFi was perfect, switched it back on poor, intermittent WiFi. I did this several times on different days, same result every time. Returned for a refund.


They do run in half duplex which does half the bandwidth. In my case that wasn't an issue, bandwidth is fine, it was the number of wireless devices and the size of the house. When these work, it's great, they're just nowhere near consistent enough. I know on the AC750 (can't remember about this one) but it can also be used as a wireless access point too.


No idea but my Roku plays HD content just fine. Maybe they don't do too well as an extender, but as an access point they are okay.


Isn't the problem with these that it effectively halves the bandwidth unless it's a dual band? A better solution (though arguably not as simple or elegant, though maybe as cheap) is to get an old router you may have and connect it to your old router with a Powerline or long cable. The second router can then just act as an access point.

SANDSTROM  SCAT61012  CAT 6 Ethernet Cable - 10 metres for £2.47 @ Currys (Free C&C)
LocalLocalFound 31st JanFound 31st Jan
Good quality cable at a nice low price (y) The Sandstrom SCAT61012 CAT 6 Ethernet Cable connects your computer to a modem or router for a solid internet link. Strong co… Read more
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Very cheap but surely you would use Cat 7 if you are hardwiring your house, seeing as it’s the recognised standard for Gigabit Ethernet? I recently ran a 15 meter cat 7 down the cavity wall of my house to reliably stream 4K TV. The cable was around the £12 mark from Germany on eBay


None available South East.


Pretty sure I paid 20 quid for this a couple of months ago (embarrassed) (embarrassed) I knew that was overkill but I've no patience.


so just like a standard cat 6 cable then.


Good price. Found one in Leeds so reserved to collect

TP-LINK TL-SF1005D V14 5-Ports 10/100 Mbps Desktop Ethernet Switch £6.69 (Prime) £11.18 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
High Performance & Reliability The TL-SF1005D 5-Port 10/100Mbps Desktop Switch provides an easy way to expand your wired network. All RJ45 ports support Auto MDI/MDIX, eliminat… Read more

Sorry for the delay, I’ve been away. The link speed is 100Mbps. I’m not a techy so no idea how I can change this.




Power line plug I mean..


Would this work with a power line on the receiving end?


10/100? COLD

NETGEAR GS205-100UKS 5 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch, £11.50 @ Amazon (+£4.49 not prime members)
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
FREE Delivery for prime members. Five 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet ports, up to 10x faster than fast Ethernet for maximum performance Small and silent desktop form factor… Read more

Sorry....blocking the dhcp server from giving addresses out.


It's not a router, so why would it have been providing IP addresses? Or do you mean it was blocking DHCP?




Are all ports 1Gbps?


I use it for deploying computer images . The gigabit link means it does it a good percentage faster and we had a 10/100 previously but this is better. Had a little niggle where it wasn't providing IP addresses to finish the deployment off...but it's on 24/7/365 so turned it off for a few hours and it was all fine again.

TRENDnet TPE-TG81G 8 Port Ethernet gigabit Switch (all 8 poe) £46.89 @ Amazon
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
IEEE 802.3at and IEEE 802.3af Power over Ethernet (PoE) compliant Supports PoE Class 2 (7 watts), 3 (15.4 watts), and 4 (30 watts) 8 x Gigabit Auto-MDIX PoE / PoE+ ports Up to 7… Read more

Damn good price


expired :(


Ah bu99er, missed it.


Still on deal


expired... the price is back up

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Xiaomi Mi WiFi 4 Router 1167Mbps Smart 4 Antennas Gigabit Ethernet 2.4/5G Dual Band Wireless Router £27.38 @ Banggood
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Not in the market for a router myself, but this caught my eye. Not sure if the router is any good (any tech folk please chime in), but given the price, I thought it might be worth … Read more

Xiaomi good quality home router for general browsing


I went with the XIAOMI R3P pro version in the end. It's a really nice well built bit of kit, well impressed. Turned up Saturday and I'm going to be pulling it a part for some guys on OpenWRT so then can get some information from it and hopefully compile some OpenWRT firmware. Was £60 delivered from AliExpress and took a week to arrive.


I have the xiaomi 3g model router in access point mode connected to my turd of a vodafone hub. The wifi on the hub is turned off, along with dlna, printer sharing, it's basically just being used as a modem. Using the xiaomi, wifi speed and range is a step up, and more importantly, it's stable. The setup for the router is in english using the android app. If you want to use the chinese web interface for access to more advanced features, translation in chrome works well.


Hello bud, I got my router and managed to set it up just fine, there's a code to scan on the back back of that takes you to an app. If you download it from that code, everything is stuck in Chinese with no option to change, but if you search the app name in the play store, it's defaulted to English. Super easy set up, so if your still looking...


I have a few of these cheap china routers kicking around the house as wireless extenders. Been about a year now and they are still working 1 m Yellow Cat5e Snagless RJ45 UTP Ethernet Cable 80p @ Amazon Prime / £2.79 non Prime
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
It's back on offer again I bought and listed in August had no problems so reposting. Features & details Make Fast Ethernet network connections using this high quality Cat5e c… Read more



We use them at work, they are fine but I’ll mention it to the supplier about his website.


No thanks, not a secure site. (skeptical)


Really good price! If anyone’s after cabling in future I usually get mine from here


I do the same with my cables.

Belkin Ethernet Cable (Blue) 2m @ Amazon £1.02 Prime / £3.01 non-Prime
Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Belkin Ethernet Cable (Blue) 2m

The reason I came to the comments first (y)


Theoretical maximums, but Virgin cable is already at 350Mb and with the rate speeds are advancing it's going to be pretty close to that theoretical max sooner rather than later.


Which most aren’t. But nice to future proof...


Nothing wrong with Cat5e. You still get 1000 Mbit (1Gb). Cat 6a will give you 10Gb [if your network card, switch and/or router are ready for 10Gb].


Price has gone up

D-Link DES-1008D 8-Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Desktop Switch UK Model £5.99 Prime / £10.48 NP - Sold by Buyur and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
D-Link DES-1008D 8-Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Desktop Switch UK Model £5.99 Prime / £10.48 NP - Sold by Buyur and Fulfilled by Amazon
£5.90£7.9926%Amazon Deals
IEEE 802.3x Flow Control 8 10/100Mbps ports Switch capacity: 1 Gbps Address table: 1024 entries MTBF: 116,186 hours

I understand the Gigabit snobbery but a lot of devices are getting less data hungry with high compression rates. CCTV cams are a great example. Great for dirty little offices that don't care about trunking ports so they can cheap out on structured cabling.


Other day was walking home from the station on phone to a friend. Got to a cross road and noticed on the grass poorly hidden under an old door was around 10+ boxes off this d-link. All sealed, just wet boxes. I ended up picking up 2 boxes, just for the sake off it. Got home opened one. Brand new. I didn't bother going back for the rest. Was a bit of a walk. Funny how these then came to be a deal on here. (y)


I agree with the Gigabit sentiment for future-proofing. However...the vast majority of home internet users will not have a single device that could utilise close to 100Mb/s. This is a good device for networking up, say, a Hue hub, Hive hub, CCTV box, NAS, Samsung TV, A/V Amp.


Not so fast ethernet. Spend a bit more on a gigabit one.


Yes, please do yourself a favour and look for gigabit instead!

D-Link DES-1005 5-Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Desktop Switch UK Model £3.99 Add On Item  / Minimum Spend £20 @ Amazon
Found 3rd Dec 2018Found 3rd Dec 2018
D-Link DES-1005 5-Port Fast Ethernet Unmanaged Desktop Switch UK Model £3.99 Add On Item / Minimum Spend £20 @ Amazon
£3.99£8.9956%Amazon Deals
The DES-1005D 5-Port Fast Ethernet unmanaged desktop switch is a five port fast Ethernet switch that allows you to quickly set up a wired network Connect the DES-1005D to multiple… Read more

Can't vouch for that model.. But yes to the gigabit addition:) I have a GS108 TP-Link and an SG105 Netgear both metal as that's what i was advised at the time..both have been fit and forget..


Bought the 8 port for £5.99 with free delivery!


Bargain for what it is. Heat added. Most residential broadband connections are <100mb/s. Unless you're FTTP, or Virgin Media or HyperOptic or something, you're probably less than 80mb/s. So for consoles, set-top boxes etc you won't notice the difference between this and gigabit. If you are on a 300mb/s Virgin Media connection etc, then absolutely pay extra for gigabit if it's to hook up your computer or games console. If you're a bit geeky, pay even more again and make sure you have at least one managed "smart" gigabit switch in your house or in your kit. If you ever have to troubleshoot something weird with your network, it can be worth its weight in gold.


This one?


go Gigabit... , on offer theyre not that much more...

Belkin Ethernet Cable (Blue) 2m @Amazon £1.22 Prime £2.21 Non Prime.Free Delivery With Code Until 05/12
Found 1st Dec 2018Found 1st Dec 2018
Belkin Ethernet Cable (Blue) 2m @Amazon £1.22 Prime £2.21 Non Prime.Free Delivery With Code Until 05/12
Belkin Cat5e Assembled UTP Patch Cable (Blue) 2m Exceeds the performance requirement of Category 5e Ideal in conjunction with 10 and 100 Base-T … Read more

I got 5 from Amazon for a total of £1.09. (y)


Cheaper on Ebay £0.93 if you buy 5+


Cheaper on eBay, £1.07 if you buy a few.


I use all 3 cables. I found cat7 to be better in data transfer. My house can only get 220. Close to 28-30 MB per second. Different experience for me


Nonsense. Max Virgin speed is 350 Mbit (Megabit). This cable provide max speed 1000 Mbit (Megabit).

Tenda AV1000 Powerline Starter Kit £19.99 @ Very
Found 26th Nov 2018Found 26th Nov 2018
Tenda AV1000 Powerline Starter Kit £19.99 @ Very
£19.99£24.9920%Very Deals
Posted here as 22.94, but this has expired now and showing £24.99. Tenda PH3 Powerline AV1000 Gigabit Powerline Adapter Kit (Pair) £22.94 delivered @ Box . PDF states this is a pa… Read more
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For anyone that ordered.... were these UK plugs when they arrived? I ordered the same deal from amazon and they came with EU plugs


Ta op, ordered with C&C


Free click & collect so £19.99, which beats the previous time it was on offer on here at £22.94.

ASUS RP-AC66 AC1750 Wall-Plug Range Extender £55.99 at amazon
Found 25th Nov 2018Found 25th Nov 2018
ASUS RP-AC66 AC1750 Wall-Plug Range Extender £55.99 at amazon
£55.99£108.4548%Amazon Deals
External Antenna x2, Signal Indicator, Rotating Plug, Repeater Mode, Access Point Mode, Media Bridge Mode, 4K Video Playback, Power LED Light
RGB Direct - LG OLED55C8PLA with free 24k gold plated HDMI Cable with Ethernet & 5 year Warranty- £1,399
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
RGB Direct - LG OLED55C8PLA with free 24k gold plated HDMI Cable with Ethernet & 5 year Warranty- £1,399
Hi All, Happy Black Friday. The price went down by another 100 from all the other deals out there for this TV today. I called Currys to see if they could price match as I had qu… Read more

;( PRC Direct also back at 1499


Back up to 1499 :(


Good morning Folks! Not going to lie, I was a bit confused by the warranty too; when I purchased I only selected the 1 year. Just got off the call to them - the guy explained that the first year will be under LG themselves, and then the next 4 years which RGB Direct will help you file in, will be under D&G; RGB Direct will send you another warranty form within 4 weeks.


Would be mix of gaming/sports/netflix. I can be the most careful owner in the world but can’t guarantee kids will be!


Are you going to be spending your days looking at a static logo or image on your screen? If not, don’t worry about screen burn I have a 2015 LG 65 EF950v - and almost fours years on have no screen burn

Gigabit Ethernet Port Adapter, Homeplug Access Point, £29.95 at Amazon
Found 23rd Nov 2018Found 23rd Nov 2018
Gigabit Ethernet Port Adapter, Homeplug Access Point, £29.95 at Amazon
1000 Mbps powerline speed ideal for connecting smart TVs, streaming players and game consoles Ideal for HD streaming and lag-free gaming. Typical coverage up to 500 m2 Pick-a-plu… Read more
ASUS XG-U2008 10 Port unmanaged Ethernet Switch - 2x 10 Gigabit / 8x Gigabit £99.99 Delivered @ Box
Found 5th Nov 2018Found 5th Nov 2018
ASUS XG-U2008 10 Port unmanaged Ethernet Switch - 2x 10 Gigabit / 8x Gigabit £99.99 Delivered @ Box
£99.99£ Deals
An all time low on this by a pretty good margin. One of the nicest looking units that I've seen (IMO) Has 8x Gigabit Ethernet ports + 2 x 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports. It's also rack … Read more

You’re a bit late to the party Rich! ...4 months late to be precise! 😜 Linus has quite an office setup so for both his and his production staff needs I can imagine they can indeed make good use of 10 gigabit connectivity.


Look at what they've been doing at Linus Media & why they discovered its the only way for a lot if what they're doing, I don't believe it's that narrow an excuse either once you release how much 1Gbps is actually killing file accesses etc


Fair enough. You make valid points there. I've no personal experience with any of that to be fair.


It's good...but it's not right ;) I only have a finite amount of gaming time as it is. If I have that much time to wait for stuff to load I may as well buy myself a Commodore 64 + tape loader - it might actually load games quicker :p


Why bother with a switch? In my case I've got a workstation and a server I use as a NAS. I could hook the two together with one add-in card each. The NAS/server has gigabit ethernet and my ancillary services ARM boards do too. I can use the NAS as a gateway between IB and ethernet networks, then the only switch I need is a regular gigabit ethernet one. As for cables it does look like you get a worse deal with IB. I just think that when you're paying a hundred or more for a basic point to point 10gig link you might as well spend not much more for 40gig :D

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