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Anker 6ft Type-C to DC Power Plug Extension Charger Cable, PowerLine USB-C to DC Cable - £9.99 Prime/£14.48- Sold by AnkerDirect & FBA
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Apply/tick the £3 voucher as shown. Anker 6ft Type-C to DC (4.0 X 1.7 mm) Power Plug Extension Charger Cable, PowerLine USB-C to DC Cable for Lenovo Ideapad, Chromebook, Yoga 710 … Read more
grayp

Mine just arrived and of course I rushed to try it out. My verdict is you'r right it is amazing. Why is it not generally known or am I completely out of the loop? Thanks again for finding this.

endofdays

I'm a little confused by "This cable is only compatible with 20V Power Delivery chargers" that's int he description, yet earlier it says up to 65W

CampGareth

None, think of electricity like water, your device is the tap and the charger the pipe. If you only open the tap a little, you get a little water even if the pipe could carry much much more.

grayp

Power Delivery will also ensure devices are not overcharged and will only provide the necessary amount of juice needed.

Brutes

Yes, amazing isn't it? I use similar (other brand) for my old Surface pro 4, using 61W and USB C cable.

Anker PowerLine II 3-in-1 Cable, Lightning/Type C/Micro USB Cable 3ft / 0.9m £10.99 (Prime) / £15.48 (nP) Sold by AnkerDirect & FB Amazon.
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Anker PowerLine II 3-in-1 Cable, Lightning/Type C/Micro USB Cable for iPhone, iPad, HTC, LG, Samsung Galaxy, Sony Xperia, Android Smartphones, and More(3ft / 0.9m) - One for All… Read more
TurboDonkey

Temptation with those things is to plug multiple things in at once, which is a no-no.

Franky_1971

The poundstretcher ones are great until they burn your house down...... they're cheaper because the materials used are cheaper and the lack of strict quality control. For any cables/chargers plugged into your electrical sockets, it's worth paying a few quid more for branded stuff just for the peace of mind, not to mention they'll also last a lot longer as well....... I recommend Anker and Ravpower as they do the best quality cables and chargers on the market. Ugreen are okay as well.

Steven1966

Same thing happened to me. I contacted Anker & they replaced it with a new one. Their customer service is top notch.

sheffield788

Even this is probably good quality, as it is Anker, £11 is too expensive. I've got one from Poundstretcher for £1.49 And a Baseus from China, £3, with both of them you can charge 3 devices at once, which IMO is an advantage. Not voting.

sheffield788

I've got that one too, £1.49. I wanted that from the start, as you can charge 3 devices at once (obviously the speed will be rubbish), while with this one, you can charge only one.

devolo dLAN 500 Wi-Fi Powerline Starter Kit (2 x PLC Homeplug Adapter, 1 x LAN Port, ) - White £34.99 dispatched and sold by Amazon
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Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Great price on the starter kit and the single additional unit is available at £25 delivered. Fast connection for gaming on PC, console, tablet with devolo powerline: High-speed d… Read more
namco123

Thanks for that... think I will just give it a shot with a pair.

Szabster

In general, yes but I don't know about this particular one. I have 2 tp-link and 2 BT ones in one ring.

dilipalai

No i think

namco123

Quick question all, can I used these with another brand of powerline??

nich_o_las

Not exactly related to these, but I was looking at pass through powerline adapters - does anyone know if they suffer from the same interference problems as plugging the adapter into a 4 way extension lead? You would think not, but I can't see why they wouldn't

Tenda PH6 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit - 1000Mbps £29.99 at Maplin
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I have been looking for 1000Mbps powerline set for a while, but everything is over £40. These are the lowest price I have seen for the Tenda ones. Use your existing electrical … Read more
Sh0rty

They went about 2minutes after I posted here...no suprise

tom6195

They're awful man :(

mrjh

Link?

Sh0rty

Theres 6 sets of p3 on amazon warehouse all as new

mrjh

Spoke to soon just got my cancellation email (mad)

Asus 300 Mbps Wi-Fi HomePlug® AV500 Powerline Adapter £26.44 Delivered @ Box
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Pretty handy network extender if you need a wired connection but your router is far from the device or just want to boost the signal of the WIFI. This is a bit outdated so not the… Read more
Wieczor

Probably Amazon taking a cut from them?

Wieczor

Just tested it and its not worth it, regardless of where I plug it it's max 23Mbps 10% of my normal speed.

horb1967

Will these work alongside tp link power adapters?

kazdean

Wonder why the Box price on amazon is different.. Same seller

Wieczor

Just ordered, delivery on 21st of April :(

TP-Link 600Mbps Passthrough Powerline Kit £27.00 @ Tesco
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TP-Link 600Mbps Passthrough Powerline Kit £27.00 @ Tesco
Tesco Online deal: TP-Link 600Mbps Passthrough Powerline Kit. Save £8.00 Was £35.00 Now £27.00 Offer valid for delivery from 12/03/2020 until 08/04/2020 Product Descrip… Read more
ljshooter

Looks to be back in stock

tom6195

Might get these after all but impossible to get any delivery or click and collect slots

tom6195

Just checked the ones I have are homeplugAV 1 compliant. Thanks I will look into the link you posted.

Namrofni10

It should work but for similar cost this would be neater and faster solution amazon.co.uk/Powerline-Adapter-Homeplug-Wireless-Extender/dp/B00C580FZA/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?keywords=devolo+dlan+500+wifi&qid=1585733426&sprefix=devolo&sr=8-2 If yours are 10 years old make sure they are compatible with Homeplug AV and Homeplug AV2 standard otherwise any of these won't work, as that's the modern standard they all use (except for Devolo Magic range)

tom6195

I already have 2 unbranded powerlines running in my house (ebuyer 10+ years old still solid), but i need a new access point in one of the bedrooms, and also need to boost the wifi upstairs. Is this what I'm looking for? I was going to just buy a pair like the one in this OP and then repurpose an old BT homehub as an access point. What you think? Thx.

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Anker Powerline III lightning 3ft cable £7.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) / Free with single use code - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Anker Powerline III lightning 3ft cable £7.99 (+£4.49 Non Prime) / Free with single use code - Sold by AnkerDirect and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Samuel2303

Doesn’t work

Cavs

???? New tings

Ryan03

N6VC9SKV

michal.prince

no on my account they do a combo pack got 2 usb to usb c 6ft 9nes they 9.99 so got them free

a8jpn

What’s the code

Anker PowerLine II 3-in-1 Cable, Lightning/Type C/Micro USB £10.19 (+£4.49 Non-prime) or 19p with single use code - Sold by Anker / FBA
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Anker PowerLine II 3-in-1 Cable, Lightning/Type C/Micro USB £10.19 (+£4.49 Non-prime) or 19p with single use code - Sold by Anker / FBA
Use code - 19p for Prime customers. Just change the delivery date. Code: N6VC9SKV
kumo123

Happy days. My was delivered yesterday (y) .

iz123456789

Lucky you! Mine cancelled

DonDaggen

cancelled

cheekster

Mine has just been delivered. I did place my order within moments of the £10 off code being posted on here yesterday. Perhaps some of the early orders slipped through and got dispatched before Anker realised after the flood of hundreds of other orders of cheap (read: free) cables then contacted Amazon to cancel them? I’ve been on the rough end in the past and had my order cancelled whereas other peeps received their order when an item was attractively (read: mis-priced) priced!

Twotellys

I have prime and cancelled

Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £34.99 at Argos/free click and collect
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Netgear 1000Mbps (1 Gigabit - Pack of 2) Powerline Kit and Pass Through, £34.99 at Argos/free click and collect
£34.99£3910%Argos Deals
Excellent kit for expanding your home internet. 1000 Mbps powerline speeds. Power consumption: Standby 0.464 W, on-state 2.55 W, full power 3.57 W. Great for connecting smart T… Read more
sambinary

Max I got with these was 50mbps, much faster over AC WiFi. YMMV depending on your home wiring though.

meherenow

Absolutely no chance whatsoever of getting anywhere near 1000Mbps transfer speed with these.

shoppermad

I have tp link power line adapters and there adding 10ms ping increase on PS4

miffyl

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amazon-netgear-plp1000-100uks-1-port1000-mbps-1-gigabit-port-powerline-adapter-3416510 Amazon for those that want to buy from there.

Tacavas

Ha, my bad, not wifi, thank you for noticing (y)

NETGEAR PLP1000-100UKS 1 Port,1000 Mbps, 1 Gigabit Port Powerline Adapter - £34.99 @ Amazon
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NETGEAR PLP1000-100UKS 1 Port,1000 Mbps, 1 Gigabit Port Powerline Adapter - £34.99 @ Amazon
1000 Mbps powerline speeds. Power consumption: Standby 0.464 W, on-state 2.55 W, full power 3.57 W. Great for connecting smart TVs, streaming players and game consoles. Ideal for 4… Read more
kipster

The way you wrote your question it was not clear exactly where you intended to place the plug, you only stated that the item would be in the garden. My point was fitting it to a garden socket might be very dangerous

mikewazowski

Not sure what you are asking about to be honest, nor the relevance. But just for the record - for anybody else pondering the same thing - I got in touch with NETGEAR and they say it has to be on the same "circuit" so in my case this wouldn't work :(

kipster

Will it be waterproof?

mikewazowski

Hoping for some help on this please ... My router is in my house on the main fuse box. Recently had electrics installed in the garden and the garden sockets are powered off their own fuse box (which does lights out there too) that is then linked to the main/existing fuse box. I wanted to use this powerline adapter in one of the garden sockets to link with the other one that would be connected to my router in the house. I have been reading that it all needs to be on the same ring. Does this mean that my scenario makes my requirement for this impossible? Many thanks

mastermjr20041

It depends, how far away are the devices that need the connection? Also, which router are you using, one supplied by ISP or a 3rd party?

TP-LINK Deco P9 Whole Home Powerline Mesh Wi-Fi System Up To 6000 Sq ft coverage £169.99 @ Amazon
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TP-LINK Deco P9 Whole Home Powerline Mesh Wi-Fi System Up To 6000 Sq ft coverage £169.99 @ Amazon
£169.99£199.9915%Amazon Deals
Mesh Wi-Fi + Powerline, Signal Through Walls - Dead Zone Killer Powerline technology uses your home's electrical wiring to create stronger connections between Deco units, reducing … Read more
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gdan

I have just installed these in our house, middle of nowhere, ~5mbs adsl. Before we used a BT HH4 and some old devolo dlan 500 powerline adapters. These were good, but often dropped out and caused issues. This new system means I no longer have to switch wifi networks when walking from one side of the house to the other. Also, it has enabled us to use almost all of our internet speed everywhere in the house. This means we can now just about watch full HD video without any buffering! I would definitely recommend them if you have an old setup like we did with Devolo access points. If you already have a good network, then I wouldn't bother, but it certainly helped us especially as we have a 6ft wide stone chimney running up the centre of the house! Also, if you are on BT, the hubs can't be put in modem only mode so you have to run the deco in access point mode and turn off the wifi on the hub. Not ideal as you lose some features of the deco such as firewall and device monitoring, but I was not bothered by the loss of these features as the hub still has basic versions of this. P.S not sure if they work with ethernet backhaul, think they work best over powerline, think somewhere on the FAQs of the deco P7 they say you can't use ethernet backhaul?

doobreedob

Yes the main benefit of mesh networks is that the device sees all the mesh nodes as a single Wifi network, so eg if youve called your network "MyHomeWifi" that would be the only wifi network you connect to, even if your device switches between different mesh nodes located all over the house. The mesh nodes handle all the switching to the node with the best signal and the device is unaware so it is compatible with all wifi devices without any user interaction required.

SammyNib

AFAIK mesh networks are much better for devices that will move e.g. your phone. With a standard repeater setup the phone would usually hold onto the bad connection the further you get even if your right next to another repeater with much better signal, where as with a mesh you will seamlessly switch between each one so the signal should stay consistent and solid (y)

PoiSoN

We have sky broadband and the router struggles to get wifi to the rear of our house so I have a TP-Link TL-WPA8730KIT and TL-WPA4220 to reach the back rooms what would the advantages be with mesh?

sledwich

I have exactly the same issue as you, rural location and 2 to 5mb adsl. These won’t help you as with such low bandwidth you can’t really share the bandwidth with the whole house anyway and if you already have Ethernet installed, that will be fine. My only option is try something like a Vodafone home broadband connection.

Powerline 063 12V Car Battery fits many Alfa Audi Citroen Ford Lotus Nissan £26.36 at tayna-batteries eBay
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Powerline 063 12V Car Battery fits many Alfa Audi Citroen Ford Lotus Nissan £26.36 at tayna-batteries eBay
£26.36£32.9520%eBay Deals
If you have a small car then this battery will probably fit. Ebay compatibility checker may say it does not but that may not be true, as in my case Here is link to all the custome… Read more
BigAde

Very hot deal. Nearly went for this as it fits my car, but ordered an 075 instead (which also fits) for £35 delivered which gives considerably more Amp-hours and cold cranking amps than the 063. Tayna are brilliant - they honoured a 5 year warranty on a battery of mine when it failed after 4.5 years. Excellent service - so rare these days.

joyf4536

Have used Tanya a few times for different Powerline batteries and alway been a satisfied customer.

colombo

Mazda 2 is the same car as a Ford Fiesta and this battery will be fine for your car even if the ebay compatibility checker says NO

colombo

Tanya batteries advise regarding their Powerline 063 car battery as follows: These batteries are manufactured in Europe and are made for us only & they come from one of the main European factories. These are wet, maintenance free batteries. https://technician.academy/flooded-vs-gel-batteries-what-are-the-differences/ The warranty would be between yourself and us, and is valid from the day after delivery for 4 years. There is no need to register or anything like that. ...... I think for £26 delivered this is bloody good value in 2020

Proveright

These appear to be wet versions as opposed to gel batteries. In my experience you are always better off buying car batteries the best you can afford. ie Heavy duty and the more CCA. (cold cranking amps) the better. Batteries come in sizes code ops is type 063, for instance mine is a type 096. For those on a budget or need a spare it is well worth going to you local car breakers where you should be able to lick one up for around £15

Tp-Link Wi-Fi Powerline Extender Starter Kit £22.49 @ Ocado
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Tp-Link Wi-Fi Powerline Extender Starter Kit £22.49 @ Ocado
Good price for the kit TP-LINK AV600 Powerline Wi-Fi Kit TL-WPA4220 KIT extends your Internet connection to every room of the house through your home’s existing electrical circuit… Read more
MrSwitch

No problem mate

jeffery

Out of stock ;( Been looking for something like this

Skwoddie

Forgot to say THANK YOU - existing Tenda Powerline adaptor (AV1000) in the kids' bedroom has been great, but could do with the extra network port and the WiFi booster. Will be able to finally put an end to the whining about lag and buffering (even on Virgin M350!)

Skwoddie

I bought two to meet the minimum £40 order. I'll just return one to my local Waitrose for a refund.

droitwichdosser

The WHSmiths clearance store in Taunton had this set for £15 recently... strangely the set without the WiFi was £20. worth checking if you have one near you :)

TP-Link TL-WPA8630PKIT V2 Dual Band Gigabit Passthrough AC1350 Powerline Adapter Starter Kit £89.99 at Amazon
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TP-Link TL-WPA8630PKIT V2 Dual Band Gigabit Passthrough AC1350 Powerline Adapter Starter Kit £89.99 at Amazon
£89.99£99.9910%Amazon Deals
Ultra-fast Powerline Speed - HomePlug AV2 standard compliant, high-speed data transfer rate of up to 1350 Mbps, supports all your online needs AC1350 - Dual band 802.11ac WiFi ext… Read more
Delio79

Thanks OP for posting. Ordered and received today. Excellent product... Despite the £10 reduction it's still quite pricey but works a treat and worth the money. Took seconds to set up and gives good throughout when set up across Ground floor to loft room. Also gives good WiFi. Personally it's worth the money and I've not seen similar products for this price i.e. pass through socket, multiple gigabit sockets, theoretical gigabit throughout and WiFi. Heat from me!

Devolo dLAN 1200 triple+ Powerline adapter - £37.97 @ Amazon
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Devolo dLAN 1200 triple+ Powerline adapter - £37.97 @ Amazon
Home network through the power line, up to 1200 Mbps, integrated range+ technology provides even more power and greater range The Gigabit ports allow you to connect three network-… Read more
Alllfff

Just bought the 1200+ (single ethernet) starter kit on ebay, new, £48. Looking for a cheap wifi one for the kitchen now :)

Alllfff

Thanks i have expired this.

KeelingH

Back to normal price now. They were a bargain.

Alllfff

Thanks very much for the info

Halfmad

Devolo definately worth looking at in that scenario - the PC application lets you see speed between the various adaptors so you can move them around if you have a dodgy socket, I've used a couple in 4 gang power extensions without issue too.

devolo dLAN 500 Wi-Fi Powerline Network Kit £54.88 at Amazon
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devolo dLAN 500 Wi-Fi Powerline Network Kit £54.88 at Amazon
£54.88£124.9956%Amazon Deals
Devolo 4.1 out of 5 stars 1,164 Reviews devolo dLAN 500 Wi-Fi Powerline Network Kit (500 Mbps, 3 x PLC Homeplug Adapter, 1 x LAN Port, WiFi Signal Booster, Wireless Extenders, Wi-… Read more
jugglerb

£39 used amazon warehouse. :D

deanos

Mre expensive at Ebuyer Basket Subtotal: (inc. VAT)£ 53.99 Shipping Cost:£3.49 Total:£57.48

garydunphy

Even cheaper at Ebuyer £53.99 https://www.ebuyer.com/501373-devolo-dlan-500-wifi-triple-powerline-network-kit-9092

Kulaak

Misleading RRP as they have been roughly this price for approx a year.

Kyliehogg

I have a couple of these along with some of their 1200ac units (these have passthrough which is very useful for me). As others have said these are good bits of kit despite their age and are plenty fast enough.... Easy to pick up extra units second hand on ebay to expand the network also. I recommend their management software (PC) and mobile app - both very good at setting up and monitoring your network...

Tenda PH5 AV1000 Wi-Fi Powerline Adapter Kit with Gigabit Ports, Wi-Fi Powerline Extender, Plug and Play, UK Plug Version £29.23 Amazon
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Tenda PH5 AV1000 Wi-Fi Powerline Adapter Kit with Gigabit Ports, Wi-Fi Powerline Extender, Plug and Play, UK Plug Version £29.23 Amazon
£29.23£34.9916%Amazon Deals
Even cheaper then my previous post (y) High-speed data transfer rate of up to 1000 Mbps, ideal for all your online needs Easily turns any power outlet into Wi-Fi access poin… Read more
swiftez

£27.98 with delivery at CCL Computers. https://www.cclonline.com/product/254410/PH5/Mains-Networking/Tenda-PH5-AV1000-Wi-Fi-Powerline-Extender-Kit/NET2961/

Colmmc1981

Had a look at this and from what I can see it is only a WiFi extender, not an extension of the powerline kit... correct me if I'm wrong.

JoeSpur

The BT powerline is the problem there. Those are so terrible that BT tried to hide the fact they ever released them.

Jbotz

Sorry I don't know but it shouldn't be s problem I thought. It was really easy with Virgin router

mb1

Me too! Very unreliable. I have a TP-Link TL-WA850RE, fed by a BT Powerline 600. It disconnects randomly, which causes any wireless devices connected to it to pack up. Would this work alongside the BT adapters?

TP-Link TL-PA7010PKIT 1-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1000 Mbps - £37.99 @ Amazon
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TP-Link TL-PA7010PKIT 1-Port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Starter Kit, Data Transfer Speed Up to 1000 Mbps - £37.99 @ Amazon
£37.99£59.9937%Amazon Deals
Cheapest it’s been since December 18. Coming with one of the advanced HomePlug AV2 technologies, TL-PA7010P KIT provides users with high-speed data transfer rates of up to 1000… Read more
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mattybayston

Possibly but no guarantee, they are more powerful as they are designed for more devices but not sure it would give greater connectivity if just one device if that makes sense?

Gormond

How so? I have the AV1000 devices posted here and get about 200Mbps, I was wondering if changing to AV1300 would increase my speed.

mattybayston

Depends what you’re connecting at the other end really.

zippyGTE

Also on Amazon NETGEAR PLP1000-100UKS 1 Port,1000 Mbps, 1 Gigabit Port Powerline Adapter with Extra outlet - Pack of 2 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N3YCC7R/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_zqvqEbMCH73MX

Gormond

How do these compare to AV1300 devices?

Tenda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit £23.49 delivered at Ebuyer
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Tenda AV1000 Gigabit Passthrough Powerline Adapter Kit £23.49 delivered at Ebuyer
£23.49£2610%Ebuyer Deals
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Back in stock, good price for the gigabyte adapters.
nmg078

Now 21.99 I have these, bought a 2nd pair recently. Very good product

hashman

was using my old 200mbps versions and realised that the 4k did not work on amazon prime or netflix on all occasions - only in best conditions since i upgraded to virgin 100mbs internet, i just ordered these for peace of mind as others have suggested, never experienced any dropouts at all - just current setup didn't give necessary speed

wakaru

Interesting review/comparison for those who (like me) weren't convinced by these. https://specklepattern.wordpress.com/2019/12/28/powerline-networking-2019-g-hn-versus-homeplug/ :) I'm getting some. Many thanks OP

lee19285

I have a pair of these to use steam link on the TV in my front room. Works brilliantly, no drop outs at all.

Spongepad

Oos?

Devolo DLAN® 1000 Duo+ Starter Kit Powerline £35.99 + £2.95 at Box.co.uk
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Devolo DLAN® 1000 Duo+ Starter Kit Powerline £35.99 + £2.95 at Box.co.uk
KEY FEATURES 1000 Mbps for lightning fast data transfer rates Passthrough Plugs 2x RJ45 ports Pack of 2 2x Ethernet Cables
daedos

No idea. It was just a number to support the 2 100Mbps ethernet. However judging by the later comments interference/signal loss can be big so going for the 1k+ versions seems necessary for reasonable performance.

bilo999

I use the 1200's and I see speeds of about 300 Mbps and that includes one that links an outdoor cabin, at the bottom of the garden that must be about 150ft away!

Alllfff

Some reviews have mentioned that 1000+ for some reason perform better than the 1200s...even for other brands, any reason for this?

markdavey1972

To those comparing the LAN ports to the THEORETICAL Powerline speeds, you will NEVER get Gigabit speeds from these devices unless they are plugged into the SAME double socket. I have the 1200+ versions of these and get 180-200Mbps reliably between devolo adapters (the 1200+ have Gb ports). Buy the 200Mbps devices and you'll likely get less than 30Mbps between devices.

bilo999

Been using Devolo adapters for years, everyone I recommended these to never have any problems at all. When I have had one fail in the past the Devolo support was first class sending a replacement out next day from Germany for a three year old adapter. Yes these are only 100mbs Ethernet but .....

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