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Philips HDMI cable with Ethernet £1 at Poundland
LocalLocalFound 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Philips 3m HDMI lead with Ethernet Also Philips high speed 1.5m flat hdmi cable and had Philips mini hdmi to hdmi

Wow how did i not no this....this leads on to more questions though, where does it get the internet from initially then? (skeptical) i think i should just youtube it (embarrassed)


Any device needing an HDMI cable can use HDMI with Ethernet cable as it is fully backwards compatible. This cable feature allows your internet-ready entertainment devices, from gaming consoles to Blu-ray Disc players and more, to share an internet connection without any need for a separate Ethernet cable.


How does it manage picture and internet? Im intrigued (skeptical)


Is this 2.0?


Bargain £1 for a 3m hmdi cable

AUKEY USB C to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter Aluminum USB Type C to RJ45 for £2.99 (Add-on Item) Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon @ Amazon
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Bought this a few days ago and forgot to post! Ordered this for my Razer Blade 14 and seems to work very well and equivalent to the Ethernet on my computer. Sturdy metal shell and … Read more
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You can use this as an alternative to WiFi if you have an ethernet cable ran.


Is this to use in mobile for wire internet


There are always great add on deals the day after I’ve just spent over £20 on Amazon


Someone please suggest me something to buy along with this dongle


Kind of a different company pal.

KabelDirekt 0.5m x 10 Cat6 Ethernet Gigabit LAN network cable, £5.13 from amazon - Add on item
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Add-on Item, dispatched with qualifying orders of £20 or more This item is available because of the Add-on programme

Length specs are the same for each


But these are CAT6.


They’d be too long for me - I like 0.25m in my patch panel. Might be worth pointing out that the spec for CAT5e requires minimum 1m cable lengths between active devices though, so these should only be used for patching rather than directly connecting devices. Whether it’ll actually result in any problems is another matter though...


I've bought some of thier cables before... Very nice quality


£6.89 now

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TP-Link TL-SG1008D 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch £13.99 Prime £16.98 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
8 port Gigabit Switch, Metal ports, power on the same side as the ports. Best ever price according to the camels. Great ratings. What more can you say.
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I'd rather have the Netgear for an extra 99p;


working link: also TP-Link TL-SF1008D V10 8-Port 10/100Mbps Desktop Switch is £9.99


Wouldn't recommend this as no longer supported. Blurb: NETGEAR Inc. will terminate the ProSAFE VPN Firewalls on September 1, 2017. The last software update for these products was provided in April 2017. NETGEAR Inc. will continue to honor valid warranty claims for all ProSAFE VPN Firewall devices purchased from an authorized reseller. To complete the full exit from the product line, NETGEAR Inc. will no longer provide ProSAFE VPN Firewall software support or subscription updates for any ProSAFE VPN Firewall devices after September 1, 2017.


I have this for nearly a year now. Works fine


Link appears bust. :(

Original Xiaomi Mi WiFi Router 3A 64MB, 1167Mbps 802.11ac Dual Band, White £21.49 @ Gearbest
Found 11th MarFound 11th Mar
Experience smoother HD streaming and online gaming with this high-performance Original Xiaomi Mi WiFi Dual-band Wireless Router 3A . It comes with the latest 802.11ac WiFi tec… Read more



I'm gonna put it out there; The only people I know that use networked storage devices at home are IT geeks.


I did, I always do. It's why I'm so good at my job. Cheerio! (highfive)


In other words, you finally realised you were literally arguing nothing this whole time, but rather than admit your mistake you're still trying to save face. You may well be right that NAS devices are more common than I'm making out, but you made this a technical argument about absolutely nothing. Read what people write before replying next time.


Wow. I'm bored now. You obviously just don't have that much exposure to or experience with tech. Saying NAS devices aren't that common is just laughable. I'll say no more on the subject.

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £39.99 Amazon
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Have been watching these for a while as needed an extra few - they’ve just dropped down from £70-80

Your mileage will definitely vary. This is just now. 40mbps download, 10mbps upload, using these ones purchased back in August 2016 (my setup - router downstairs, to mains, to upstairs, another router, then PC/server/etc). I play without problems and max download speeds without ping issues or throttles (as you can see there, 6ms ping to the test server, around 1/2ms ping to the sky box (in comparison, under 1ms ping to the server connected also upstairs). Definitely worth a go, if your power lines support it. Otherwise you may have problems (as I had on a previous address). Also, they are not interchangeable with other power line systems as these are, technically, encrypted. You'll simply add even more noise to the system although I didn't spend much time on this. This link here may be worth a read.


My recent experience. I purchased another pack of two and couldn't get them to synch with the existing ones.Spent an hour on the phone with Netgear support. No joy. Eventually told the new ones were faulty but honestly they worked perfectly on their own.


Same here. But just to correct some of the information in here, the advertised speed is in half-duplex (one way), for full duplex (what you need) you will get half the advertised speed, as a maximum. With respect to pings and general performance, tueyre as good as your wiring (its not all equal) and a new house is just as likely to have poor quality cabling as an older house - copper costs money. If they're on the same stretch as a noisy demanding appliance it's likely to interfere with your performance. Best way to troubleshoot is literally unplug every appliance and device plugged in and see if your wiring is the real cause, more likely a microwave, white goods or cheapo Chinese POS creating noise.


I would recommend trying the homeplug first, in my experience I have not received such high ping times and work just fine for gaming, better than if you were using wifi only or wifi with repeater.


Powerline is some kind of standard so they can be mixed and matched between different manufacturers. Not completely sure but I guess they would run at the speed of the slowest device. Tbh that's guesswork.

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AUKEY USB-C Gigabit Ethernet Adapter w/ USB ports £4.99 (Prime) / £8.98 (non Prime) using promo code - Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Use code: 50% OFF Enter code GBJQ7Y3X at checkout. Here's how Add 3 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports and a RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Jack to your USB 3.0 enabled computer, provide ultra-… Read more

Aukey are usually reliable, I use the hub with 6 usb + 1 high-power and ethernet and its been solid. USB-C isn't ready for prime time yet though so proceed with caution.


Yeah, I was looking around too, but settled on the hub that was posted here a few days ago as tbh it's rare I use Ethernet as I have AC1300 wireless at home. The challenge is that having all that connectivity; in the eyes of these manufacturers becomes a 'dock' - which then seems to be a buzz word to charge a small fortune for such an item! I struggle to see how technically they can be any different other than just marketing / sales hype making them more expensive.


Is there a dirt cheap adapter to add usb-c to a device?


Would this work if I plugged it into my phone's USB C port? (cheeky)


Lots of laptops and android phones are moving to USB C. Sadly not the iPhone yet. I’d like a hub with Ethernet, hdmi and 3 USB3 sockets but haven’t seen a cheap one yet.

Belkin Cat5e Snagless UTP Patch Cable, 5 meter - White £1.97  (Prime) / £5.96 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Decent quality - it's Belkin. Doubtless you could find a cheaper one if you looked hard, but probably not a decent quality one. Complete with RJ45 male-to-male connectors and sna… Read more

Has no-one mentioned CCA yet? These will be CCA which is utterly awful. It carefully talks about being tested but avoids saying it's compliant with anything. False economy. - from belDEN, a proper company, unlike belKIN.


Even cheaper Cat6 5m £1.95 delivered here (UK seller):


Through experience Belkin router are rubbish so dont really have confidents with their networking equipments


5m Cat 6 flat for only £2.56 Linky


£10 to visit a Poundshop - Made me chuckle that did. For the same price as a non-prime Belkin cable I can have 5 x 5 meter cables and just enough change for a bag of Vimto Bon Bons - Yes Please! I know time is money etc but your comment really does take it a step to far. (embarrassed)

Xenta Cat5e Patch Cable 15m £1.98 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Title says it all really :) Cheap 15m cat 5 patch lead available in three colours, if you need a long patch lead you can't go wrong for less then £2.00 :D

how do you get free delivery ?


Thanks for the heads up (highfive) I'll expire.


Expired, free delivery offer is no more.


Its charging me delivery. Do you need to use a code?


Just bought the red and blue cables (next day delivery). I always make sure I have 3 or 4 'backups' especially when you see a good deal. Hot :)

FLOUREON RJ11 RJ45 Network Cable Tester Telephone Line Tester Circuit Multifunction Tester Wire Tracer Wire Checking Wire Detector with Flashlight and Low Battery Indication - T1 - £11.98 (Prime) / £14.97 (non Prime)  Sold by EKEYUK and Fulfilled by
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
First deal so here goes. Be the envy of your friends down the local when you whip out this glorious red network cable tester with cable tone detector. How they will admire your I… Read more
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So agree with you. It will probably just sit in the box for a while but worth its weight in gold when needed


Thanks for sharing! One of those tools that are indispensable at the time and I've been meaning to buy - at this price I don't mind paying for it to sit in the tool box until I need it next. :)

D-link DIR-885L AC3150 Ultra Wireless Router 4 Gigabit Port Speed 31.5Gbps 1.4GHz for £19.37 delivered @ BT Shop
Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Decent price for this crazy looking router (y) -- The DIR-885L/R delivers premium performance for large homes and for users who demand faster Wi-Fi speeds for HD streaming an… Read more
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Like I said, myself and many others received an automated email regarding the cancellation. Yours could very well have just been lost - it does happen when mass mailing, from time to time. Chill out, mate, what did you expect from a blatant misprice?


I have checked my spam box and any company that does not offer the courtesy of sending a simple email to a would be customer does not deserve to be trading.


Check your spam box. Many of us here have received the cancellation email - I wouldn't call them a dodgy company when this was all a result of a domino effect on automated competitive pricing.


I have not heard a word from Comms Express until receiving an email from PayPal for the refund. Still no email from the seller with any explanation and so I guess that they are, after all, a 'Dodgy Company'. Avoid......


No surprise and still never seen a BT/Dabs deal where they say 'Ordered upon request' fulfilled but people still post them.

Google Wifi 3-Pack From £265 Inc Tax & Fees! - (UK Price £399)
Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
I was looking on amazon uk for mesh router systems and saw the google wifi 3-pack for £399. Checked on amazon us and the same one with Fees included is for £265! Delivery will be… Read more


Thanks. Will add to list. Fair enough.


No I mean a router....


No I'm saying the Ubiquiti will work, probably the Google will as well, but Ubiquiti have a head start as it's their main business/expertise.


Very good deal and definitely recommending this. I've bought a single wifi point and the improvement compared to the standard Virgin router has been amazing. Better coverage and speed, and most importantly - no network drop outs since I set it up, which was driving me crazy with standard Virgin router. It's so much better! I also like the fact that Google Wifi uses the same network name for both 2.4/5Ghz bands, it makes everything easy. It's worth mentioning that this hardware came out in Dec 2016 so there's other products available on the market now which have better specs (for example Google Wifi is rated AC1200 but you can get Netgear Orbi rated AC3000). Also if you're a power user, you may be disappointed with lack of features such as QoS and no web interface. All settings are managed via a very easy to use smartphone app, which allows you to set up things such as guest network, family filter, etc. Some downsides for sure, but this is a great product and perfect for home use.

Real Cable  HD-E-ONYX / 7M50 HDMI ethernet Cable 7 M Black £16.63 Prime / £21.38 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Normally extortionate price around£80 7m hdmi + ethernet Shielded The HDMI cable HD Onyx (7.5 m) from real cable is with 4 K, 3D, and ARC (audio return channel) HEC (HDMI Etherne… Read more
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No I have a nonaggression treaty with the stone cutters. There are enough opportunists for us all, to make stupid amounts of money, without treading on each other toes.


Do you sell those pebbles that go on the cables to make it sound better?


Another HDMI lynching.



Not a bad flat hdmi cable, I think it's not rated for 4K@60Hz though so only 30Hz which makes a bit more expensive. Might be worth looking at this as it's a bit cheaper though HDR might be hit or miss though.

USB-C Hub with Gigabit Ethernet port £3.99 Prime Sold by ONE BY ONE (UK) and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Usually going for a lot more, perfect for the laptops/notebooks/ultra books which only utilise a usb-c port connection. Ideal for Macbooks too.

I probably won't get this, as I'd rather get a similar one but with HDMI out instead of Ethernet, but that's a brilliant price. Voted hot.


Simply get a usb-c to micro usb adapter


is there a microUSB like this, so I can use with my firestick v2


Cannot go wrong at this price. For those looking for something more fancy, you can get ones with the power plug passthough for those who also need thier USBC for charging as well. It will do both. I got mine sometime back for around 10 pounds.


This is excellent value for my Chromebook. Thanks op

AUKEY USB 3.0 Hub 6 USB 3.0 Ports , 1 Aipower Charging Port and 1 Ethernet Port USB Hub for Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 , Mac OS , Linux 3.0, etc Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon.
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Cheapest this has been, beating any previous lightning deals or voucher codes. Add 6 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to your laptop or desktop computer, supports data transfer up to 5G… Read more

What's the ethernet for? Oh, ignore me - it's in the Amazon comments. USB ethernet dongle.


Got one of these with 3 charging ports it charges my S7 Edge pretty fast got it mainly for the extra USB 3.0 ports but handy to have the charge ports


Yeah I’ve got 3 Externals plugged into my Xbox One X 3 4TB’s, 447 Games installed


As in 1 external. Very interesting that you can have more


as in 1 External HD into the port thing? Or on the Xbox itself? As I’ve 3

TV Wall Mount - 26" to 55" Screen with High speed HDMI, Ethernet Lead, Aerial Lead, Drill bit and fixings - £16.55 @ CPC Farnell
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Easy to install with low profile design, Secures the screen close to the wall, Distance from wall: 23mm, Contents 1.5m High speed HDMI Lead, 1.5m Etherne… Read more



it is a quarter of inch difference hardly a different product all together and the extras are cheap even if required


totally different all together!! the one you bought is 30mm from wall.... the one above is 23mm from wall and comes with extras


This is actually brilliant, finally a proper one box solution, why hasn't anyone done this before!? i have a small sat install business so it's a superb idea to have the convenience of combining an HDMI, ethernet Lead, aerial lead, drill bit and tons of spacers and fixings in one box.The bracket is very flush but the open design makes access to connections easy,, quality is obvious in all components, and for the price!? So yea ,what more can i say, perfect! (y)


PoE Switch NETGEAR GS308P-100UKS 8-Port Gigabit Switch with 4-Port PoE £44.99 Amazon
Found 1st JanFound 1st Jan
Another mind-bogglingly awesome ITMA deal expired due to overwhelming demand. 8-port gigabit switch with PoE on 4 of the ports Cheaper than the 5-port versions is, or probably ev… Read more



Would I need 3 of these for a 12 x IP Camera setup? Or would I be better off using splitters to power indoor cameras and use the PoE ports only for external cameras or those that do not have a nearby power supply?


Nice. Thansk OP - been on the look for a compact poe switch and I like netgear....


30-odd quid


I use a few of these for powering devices from a PoE switch - it converts the PoE into 12/9/5V- I use them for powering an older non-PoE WiFi AP, although I did get them from Warehouse Deals with the 20% off so it wasn't quite as much.

NETGEAR GS108UK 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch £23.99 - Amazon
LocalLocalFound 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Hi, I found this deal on Amazon, it seems to be a little cheaper than last one. NETGEAR GS108UK 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch for £23.99. Thanks . Features: High-s… Read more
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Slightly off topic but can anyone recommend me a good value gigabit ethernet router for my ADSL internet connection? I've got a 100 BaseT which is fine for everything except streaming large video files from NAS. 4 ethernet ports essential.


Poor value. If you want vlan functionality then the TP Link SG108G is only £1 more. If you don't the the TP Link SG1008D-V6 is only £16.99 on Amazon.


Ah wow! That is a crappy design (poo) Yeah, VLAN would be your only option then! (y)


I've got a HDMI sender/receiver over network. The dumb POS tries to send data to every port in the network as you can have multiple receivers. Totally crippled my network, only resolution was a VLAN.


Out of interest, what do you mean by ‘ping every port’? Even a dumb switch like the one in this deal would have a forwarding table and therefore know which device is connected to which port as long as it’s sending traffic every 5 minutes...Unless I’ve misunderstood what you’ve said (embarrassed)

NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack £44.99 @ Amazon
Found 26th Dec 2017Found 26th Dec 2017
From £64.99 to £44.99 .. NETGEAR PLP1200-100UKS 1200 Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Homeplug, Pass Through/Extra Outlet (1 Gigabit Ethernet Port) – Twin Pack
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Yes, if they use the same protocol and encryption. I mix TP-Link, D-Link and Netgear without a problem.


It's been cheaper in the past


£39.99 If maplin have stock


Yes. I moved from AV600 to AV1200 and download speeds went from about 50 to a 100 which is what the broadband is rated at. It will also depend on the quality of your house wiring.


I've gone for the tp link, still a decent company and good reviews, and a tenner cheaper.

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