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Belkin 2m High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet £2.00 @ Sainsbury's - Ellesmere Port
LocalLocalFound 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Found in Sainsburys Ellesmere Port 2 m Belkin High Speed HDMI Cable with Ethernet 180° dual swivel connector for flexible setup of home theatre system Supports full HD 1080p resol… Read more

Seems most home entertainment manufacturers abandoned the idea pretty early on. So your hdmi cable can do it, but it’s unlikely any of us have devices to make use of it. Which is a shame


Do all TVs with Ethernet allow it


the idea is that you have one device that's connected to your router (ie the TV). then everything connected to the TV (sky box, DVD/blue-ray player, playstation/xbox) gets it's internet via the TV. i think the idea was to declutter multiple wire cables and/or reduce wireless device connections. but the idea never caught on. reading up on it, it appears some folk who require v v v long HDMI cables (eg feeding to a Sky signal into a summer house in the back garden) plug the hdmi cable into an ethernet adapter for the necessary length, have another adapter at the other end to convert it back to HDMI, then plug is into the device.


Not even sure how it’s supposed to work


The product code is F3Y023BF2M :/

WD-4602AC Wireless Dual Band USB WiFi Adapter 1200Mbps 2.4GHz /5.0GHz Ethernet £9.88 @ Zapals
Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
WD-4602AC Wireless Dual Band USB WiFi Adapter 1200Mbps 2.4GHz /5.0GHz Ethernet this gadget upgrades your pc or laptop to faster WiFi - I’m going to ply mine into my old desktop run… Read more

Any idea if this can be plugged into a swann CCTV recorder?


Good spot - I just bought a 600mb a few weeks ago for more than that.


Thanks Bud ordered.


£8.86 on ebay, (not same brand, Gigabit.) still a good find though emmacawse (nerd) Specs: RTL8812AU_A is a 802.11n Wi-Fi USB module, which is backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n standard. With advanced 2T2R MIMO technology, CE-4502AC delivers ultimate wireless data rate for up to1200Mbps. It is designed properly for any wireless enabled devices with standard USB 2.0 Type A. RTL8812AU is a highly integrated single-chip that supports 2-stream 802.11ac. solutions with a Wireless LAN (WLAN) USB interface controller. It combines a WLAN MAC, a 2T2R capable WLAN baseband, and RF in a single chip. The RTL8812AU provides a complete solution for a high-performance integrated wireless device. Support Window XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (32/64bits) MAC OS. Advanced security: 64/128-bits WEP, WPA, WPA2. Speeds up to 1200Mbps. Please make sure your outer support 2.4G and 5G 11AC dual-band wireless USB network card is suitable for desktop PCs and other devices for wireless connection, can provide convenient and fast wireless Internet access. The card supports automatic detection and can automatically adjust the rate. Follow IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.1x, IEEE 802.11e, IEEE 802.11i, and IEEE 802.11ac standards; Wireless transmission rate: up to 300Mbps in 2.4G band; up to 867Mbps in 5G band. Support WPA, WPA2 advanced security mechanism, support TKIP, AES, WEP encryption, can provide security for wireless network connection. Specifications: Standard: 802.11 a/b/g/n Chipset: Realtek 8812AU Operating Frequency 802.11a ISM Band: 5.1 ~ 5.8GHz 802.11g ISM Band: 2.4 ~ 2.4835GHz Modulation 802.11b: DSSS (DBPSK, DQPSK, CCK) 802.11a/g: OFDM (BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM) 802.11n: OFDM (BPSK, QPSK, 16-QAM, 64-QAM Output Power 802.11a: 11dBm +/- 1.5dBm@54Mbps 802.11b: 16dBm +/- 1.5dBm@11Mbps 802.11g: 13dBm +/- 1.5dBm@54Mbps 802.11an HT20: 10dBm +/- 1.5dBm@MCS7 802.11an HT40: 10dBm +/- 1.5dBm@MCS7 802.11gn HT20: 12dBm +/- 1.5dBm@MCS7 80.211gn


If you're into packet sniffing and injection, then this chipset (Realtek 8812AU) is supported by Kali

Belkin 2m high speed HDMI with ethernet swivel £2 instore at Sainsburys Dungannon
LocalLocalFound 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Dungannon store

yeah nice find... handy length and the swivel tip is a really handy cable for knowing it will fit whatever equipment you buy:P


Nice find OP

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TP-Link TL-WA860RE N300 Universal Range Extender with Extra Power Outlet, Broadband/Wi-Fi Extender, Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with 1 Ethernet Port and 2 External Antennas, Plug and Play, UK Plug £16.98 @ Amazon (Prime Day Deal)
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
The TL-WA860RE extends your network's Wi-Fi and delivers reliable N300 wireless coverage to hard-to-reach areas in your home. You can also use the Ethernet port to connect smart TV… Read more



Are these any good, I have a dead zone in my lounge where my phone constantly switches from WiFi to 4g, my switch shows zero Internet but my alexa works fine

Ubiquiti Networks UAP-AC-LITE 1000Mbit/s Power over Ethernet wifi access point - alternative to BT Whole Home & Google Whole Home, £70.28 delivered @ LambdaTek
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
I've been looking into these as an alternative to my BT Whole Home system which has become unreliable after the last firmware update. They appear to be less user-friendly to set up… Read more

1. The cloud controller is optional. You can set up the device using the Android or IOS apps. If you have a Raspberry Pi on the go you can set up the cloud controller on that but it will work fine without it. 2. My device came from broadbandbuyer with a cloverleaf + EU cable in the box and a separate cloverleaf + UK plug. My understanding is that it's illegal to sell anything electrical without a UK plug so not sure if LambdaTek would be obliged to send on an appropriate adapter if challenged.


Couple of quick questions on this: 1. Cloud stuff. What's that all about? I want to use this connected via ethernet to my (non Ubiquiti) main router, would I need to pay a subscription fee. 2. EU plug - is that standard for all of these, or is it just the ones stocked by LambdaTek? (I've got limited space where I'm looking to plug it in.)


You can buy the wifi access point individually. Unifi recommend purchasing 1 AP and 1 Mesh AP as a start and configure the units as a uplink / downlink as wireless interoperability if you want to create a roaming mesh network. See However you will need to initally configure the devices by downloading the controller software from the unifi website on a PC and adopting them. There is a separate controller stick that you can purchase and plug into your network router or switch for ease of use. But for two accees points it may not be worth getting a stick. If you want to go large scale purchase a unifi switch and USG and youll have more control on the network - as an example each device can have its own subnet and IP range (i.e a heating controller - that way your core network can't be as accessible ..if someone hacked the heating controller) The software is easy to use and unifi support is readily available via their chat service if you are ever stuck. Hope that helps


Always been interest in these. Couple of questions. Is this unit enough or do I need anything else just to get started. I'm sure I've seen a square router thing for this make. Or can I just buy two and get my basic mesh network going?


Yep, after exhaustive research and loads of helpful comments in this thread, I splashed the extra £20 for the LR version! My original plan was to get 2 of the Lite versions but it looks like one LR will do the job!

TP-LINK TL-SG105 5-Ports & 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Metal Case, almost half price - £13.99 (Prime) £18.48 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
decent hub - currently half price for the nice metal case version TP-LINK TL-SG105 5-Ports Gigabit Ethernet Switch, Metal Case, Desktop/Wall-Mounting

Unfortunate that you aren't!


Have you ever seen a managed gigabit switch for under £20 ? (new, not s/h used from ebay )


Unmanaged. Would have bought if smart


The 24 port at £59.99 looks great value. The lowest Amazon price ever according to the camels.


Still cheap but not the bargain they'd have you believe.

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NETGEAR GS208-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch £14.99 delivered (prime) or plus £4.49 (non-prime) Amazon
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
(Or free delivery with other items up to £20) This is a desktop version which means the ports are at the back and it has a plastic case. It is fanless. Good reviews at Amazon. Why … Read more

like that logic! already have a 8 port one so this can be a spare one


Not at the moment maybe, but can you predict the future? :) Most things (The Internet of Things) want the Internet, whether it is actually necessary or not, who knows. My Solar panels want the Internet to say that they are working properly. My printers upgrade their firmware themselves which is a lot safer than DIY! I think. You may have a one of more wireless network, but how cluttered is it?. It is easy to extend it via wire or via powerline to wire adapters (no cabling needed) And anyway, with anything computer related, it's always better to think bigger, I think, buy a bigger hard disk, buy a bigger display, and more ports than you need now. My two cents


Linksys is better for you, don't listen to op 8)


this or the linksys which was posted yesterday? dont really need 8 ports


Great basic switches -- plug and play and forget its there. Great value

NETGEAR GS316-100UKS 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch At 21% Off @ Amazon - £54.99 @ Amazon
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
16 auto-sensing Gigabit Ethernet ports. Unmanaged switch (plug-and-play) auto connect to router and modem using any port. LED's for power/port speed/link and activity. … Read more



I bought the gigabit rated version 3 years ago and I've never had an issue with it. Cheaper than the Netgear too.


Anyone know of a cheap good POE switch.


What's the benefit of this over the TP-Link SF1016DS for £35? EDIT: That's 10/100 and not gigabit, that explains it!


good price for a good switch...might be worth looking at the GS116UK model as this one has a lifetime warranmty with next day replacement...well worth it if it is somewthing you home or business will rely on

AUKEY USB 3.0 Hub 6 USB 3.0 Ports , 1 Aipower Charging Port and 1 Ethernet Port USB Hub £14.99 Prime £19.48 Non Prime @ Sold By AUKEY direct And Fulfilled By Amazon
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Add 6 SuperSpeed USB 3.0 ports to your laptop or desktop computer, supports data transfer up to 5Gbps One 2.4A output smart charging port provides full-speed and sufficient powers … Read more

A Appreciate your kind words :)


Taa Mrswitch. Methinks Hotukd ought to be compensated for hosting fees, website, staff, etc...except for...Mrswitch and people who take time to find such deals and post them. Do you get paid in free electricity and to slouch over a computer for long hours? I reckon there should be a framework to donating to charitable causes yes, but gratitude, me being old-fashioned, sometimes comes out of the pocket. Suggest option to donate to those who have save us a pretty penny? I was looking at slang for having been able to save money and remembered the expression "Saved us a bomb" but can no longer find it. Is it just me or that slang phrase has become politically corrected? I don't like losing my slang. Save Our Slang.


Thank you, using 10 USB ports as we speak and it just keeps getting worse... this will be great for my Oculus.


I jumped on this OP. I need me a proper non-underpowered hub for my NVIDIA Shield TV. Thanks.


I presume you mean a Hub that supports USB 3.1 Gen 2 10Gbs as Type C is the connector type and has no bearing on speed. Not many devices support 10Gbs USB anyway although that will increase a lot now that Intel have finally integrated it into their chipsets.

D-Link 8-Port Fast Ethernet 10/100 Unmanaged Desktop Switch £5.44 delivered @ Box
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
Cheapest i can see, £2.49 + £2.95 P&P, in stock at time of posting. D-Link 8-Port Fast Ethernet 10/100 Unmanaged Desktop Switch 8x 10/100Mbps fast ethernet ports Supports … Read more
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Heat added. Bought one :) Sure, it's not gigabit. It's not super fancy. But it'll be great for me :)


Fair enough. I still reckon it's a false economy to buy such antiquated technology, even if it would do the job.


The 3 things I listed do not have WiFi on them. They all need hard wired to a network connection.


I guess, but most of that stuff has WiFi doesn't it? I'd use WiFi for those devices, with the benefit of less cable

chtyrone2 I think this is it. Anybody got a picture of the underside? I want to see if it can be hooked on vertically.

KabelDirekt 7.5m Cat6 Ethernet Gigabit LAN network cable (RJ45) £1.71 (Add-on Item) @ Amazon
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
KabelDirekt Deals once again! Collect voucher for the discounted price! This time for a good quality and cheap 7.5m Ethernet cable! Get your's quickly, while stocks last!
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damn i neede a cable this long :(


I did just now, one press of a button


no longer available ...... you missed it mate


How? I can't find no voucher


interesting the drop down list states UTP.....

NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch - £15.99 (Prime) £20.74 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
I have one myself, works well. I know it is not the cheapest it has been but it is still a decent price.

bought 2 cheers OP have some heat............


I use a cheap Tenda one I bought years ago on my desk and put this one in the attic for my Server/Raspberry pi. Out of sight out of mind aha


Really? I have a 16 port Netgear switch which has been going strong for many years. Plus the switch comes with 3 year warranty out of the box from Netgear themselves


Yeah, I have the same problem. I am thinking of either put two screws in the bottom of my desk and mounting it using the mount holes on the bottom or using 3m adhesive.


I have this one. it's great apart from it's rubbish on a desk because the power cable goes in the back and cat5 comes out the front. It looks so messy.

AUKEY Powered USB 3.0 Hub  - 6 USB 3.0 Ports + Ethernet Port - Was £24.99 Now £10.99 Prime (£14.98 Non-Prime) at Amazon
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
This is a POWERED USB 3.0 Hub with 6 x 3.0 connections plus a high speed charging port. Aukey stuff is generally quite high quality, and comes with a 24 month warranty. Usual pri… Read more

Good to know. Assume the waiting list get the lightning price?


Yep. It's a common Amazon "trick" - only release a small number of units for the Lightning Deal initially to give a feeling of scarcity, and then miraculously find another few hundred units for anyone on the waiting list ;)


Connecting multiple USB devices to a single port, e.g. on a laptop


Join the waiting list. I got one within two minutes.


100% claimed now. Only allowing to join a waiting list

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 Mode, UK Plug (TL-WA850RE) - £15 (Prime) £18.99 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Saw the TP-Link N300 listed at £15 instore at Sainsburys. According to 3Camel been £15 at Amazon for past few weeks. (FREE UK Delivery on orders dispatched by Amazon over £20, or … Read more

Plug it in, connect your WiFi to it and go to (if setting up 1st time, the website loads up itself). Then you just follow on-screen instruction - scan for networks, choose yours, change extended WiFi name and set password (you can keep router password as well). Voilà, all done.


+1 I have this and it’s a one button push on the extender and another on your router to connect. It even has its own app so you can customise it. You can even turn the lights out on it. I have it on my landing and works great as a night light. Never dropped connection once and had it about a year.


Got one and works well. Use it to bridge gap from router to garden by plugging in end of house.


Both choose one or the other I have it and it works fine but if you have a rubbish unreliable router that drops signal even when your near it don’t bother with this


Have this and it’s terrible. Loses connection all the time for some reason. Have reset it to factory settings too but still doesn’t help. Looking into mesh WiFi now or the Uniquiti APs.

TP-LINK 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch with Metal Case @ Amazon - £17.99 Prime / £21.94 non-Prime
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
From the manufacturer  What This Product Does The TP-LINK 8 10/100/1000Mbps Desktop Switch TL-SG108 provides you an easy way to make the transition to gigabit Ethernet. Increas… Read more

For the uninitiated... I have just switched to Sky who in their infinite wisdom decided to put just two ethernet ports on the back of their new router. Is it just a case of plugging this in, running an ethernet cable between Sky hub and this switch and then seamlessly use the ports on the switch as needed?


Hello, I set this up in my home yesterday, virgin super hub, in modem mode, connected to the Google WiFi then to this switch, with another switch hanging off that. Works great, and the Google WiFi is a lot better than the virgin hub. I brought Cat5e, or cat 6.


I've got virgin 200mbps and i'm looking at getting the Google Wifi and having 1 of these off the main Google wifi (which is connected to the modem). What do I need to be buying Ethernet cable wise to ensure the fastest speeds to all devices.(Assuming htis product is good enough in the first place)


Yes, this will or. I’ve got a 24-port connected to my router using Powerline and it works a treat. HTH - D


Hi, I have a Powerline going to my TV at the moment because wifi is rubbish in that room, I would like to use my NOWTV wired rather than wifi too. I have tried a WiFi Powerline but that makes no difference at all, would I be able to plug the Powerline into this box and then run TV and NOWTV off the box or does this have to be direct into my router? Thank you :-)

AUKEY USB 3.0 Hub 6 USB 3.0 Ports, 1 Aipower Charging Port, 1 Ethernet Port USB Hub for Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10 , Mac OS , Linux 3.0 £14.99 Prime / £18.98 Non Prime at Amazon - Sold by AUKEY direct and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 11th MayFound 11th May

ugh. idk m\ybe defective device?try ask aukey


Didn't seem to answer it. I only have a dongle and usb speakers plugged it and it's worryingly warm.


"Question: Should the device be getting warm when in use? Answer: Im not aware of mine getting warm but I would imagine if all of the slots are used especially the charge one green. then it probably does get warm. By keith on 13 May 2018 Mine gets slightly warm when in use. I would expect it to get warmer the more power you're pulling from it, for example if you have an external disk drive attached to it. By DarkTheyWereAndGoldenEyed on 13 May 2018 I've not noticed this happening with mine. By Simon W. on 13 May 2018" from Amazon


Anyone else seeing this on amazon, I've getting a currently unavailable using the link provided.


Mine came today. I'm a little worried about using it though. The thing gets very warm and the usb devices plugged into it are hot to the touch when removed. Surely this isn't normal/safe.


I love how '(No Configuration Required)' is put in the title as if it's a selling point. I think the people who are in the market for a switch like this know what 'unmanaged' means and would probably describe it as "configuration not possible".


Sorry but It's Power Over Ethernet (angel) Basically your network switch supplies low voltage power to the device over the Ethernet cable, which means you don't need a separate power supply next to the device you are installing.Saves a lot of time and hassle when fitting CCTV etc as you only need to run one cable and not worry about having power nearby. It is a great innovation, just need the price of equipment to start dropping. PoE outputs about 15w per port and PoE+ about 30w per port.


Ubiquiti seem to use PoE injectors rated at 12w or 24w depending on the model and some come with them already. This switch outputs 15.4w max per port so depends on your model version of the Ubiquiti. If it's 24w then you would need a PoE+ switch capable of outputting 30w per port to power it or a separate PoE injector. This switch has 8 Ports PoE+ but is twice the price.


Unfortunately my Ubiquiti isn't PoE standard. It requires more power. Look for 802.3af PoE compliant in your Ubiquiti technical spec.


I remember paying about £35 for mines. Seems to have gone up in price.

Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (1.6GHz Processor, 128 MB Flash, 512 DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0, eSATA, 4 x Ethernet, Open Source Ready) £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Very good router. Lowest price it has ever been new is £99 so a very decent price if you’re looking for a router with plenty of oomph without breaking the bank.

Excellent heat added!! if you guys dont want to wait for few days with amazin at 99.99, get it from ebuyer for same price.


This over MESH?


It doesn't. You need the 3200 version for that. I don't care at the moment.


so this doesn't have MU-MIMO but does that really matter?


Most likely interference. The BT hub isn’t as smart as it says it is, I had a similar issue solved by simply changing the channel in the hub menu manually. Type 192.168.l.254 into a browser and use login info on the back of the router. If you have an Iphone the Apple airport utitility app has a nifty simple trick of checking channels on nearby networks if you have the same channel as one of them it could be the issue. You want to choose a channel that you don’t see as often (or preferably at all) in the list to lessen any interference. There are lots of other ways of checking nearby channels. You may have already tried this step. Hope this helps. Edit: If this doesn’t work then I recommend a full factory reset and if no joy it is probably a hardware issue.

Currys Online - TP-Link TL-PA9020PKIT 2-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit £79.99
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
The cheapest I saw ever for high speed AV2000 Up to 2000 Mbps
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It was cheapest ever when I posted it too (or so I thought): Good luck with the snowflakes.


I wish there was a way to buy 3 of these without buying 4 and selling one.


Yes as I grabbed 2.


Wasn't this model £65 on an amazon lightning sale last week or so

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

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