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Aztech Ethernet Adapter with AC Pass Through
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TP-Link TL-PA511 kit
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Two adapter kit, Intellon INT7400, 500 Mbit/s

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$57.49
$58.24

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LEA Netplug 200+
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TP-Link AV200 Nano Powerline Adapter Starter kit
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$29.99
$38.72

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ZyXEL PLA-4215
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Netgear XAVB1301
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Netgear XAVNB2001
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Intellon INT6400, 200 Mbit/s, 802.11n

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$121.99
$129.41

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Two adapter kit, 500 Mbit/s

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Two adapter kit, 500 Mbit/s

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ASUS Powerline Adapter 200Mbps
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Two adapter kit, 500 Mbit/s

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Conrad Powerline-Adapter PL200D WLAN N300
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D-Link DHP-P501AV
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Devolo dLan 500 AVsmart+ Starter kit
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Two adapter kit, Intellon INT7400, 500 Mbit/s

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Eminent EM8036
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Intellon INT7400, 500 Mbit/s, 802.11n

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Hercules ePlug 200 HD WiFi
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Linksys PLEK500
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$119.99
$123.45

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Netgear XAVB5004
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$117.85
$124.21

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Netgear XWNB5201
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Two adapter kit, 500 Mbit/s, 802.11n

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$98.60
$101.31

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$23.49
$27.09

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TP-Link TL-PA6010 kit
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$84.00
$88.47

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ASUS HomePlug AV 500Mbps Powerline Adapter PL-X52P
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AVM Fritz!Powerline 500E kit
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Two adapter kit, 500 Mbit/s

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Two adapter kit, 500 Mbit/s

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AVM Fritz!Powerline 546E
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Intellon INT7400, 500 Mbit/s, 802.11n

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AirLive 200Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter kit
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Background: powerline adapters

November 16, 2013 - 12:58 AM
We frequently review powerline network adapters, but it's been a while since we wrote about how these type of networks actually function and how to get the most out of them. A lot has change in recently years, so it was high time for another look.

32 powerline adapters round-up: internet from your power grid

December 5, 2012 - 09:58 AM
Powerline adapters are one of the ways of extending your home network. They use the existing electrical wiring in your home, and all you need is at least two electrical outlets. 500Mbps powerline models are becoming more and more common compared to a year ago, when we had our last big test of powerline adapters. High time for a new round-up, in other words. Expanding...


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Devolo powerline adaptor set also suited for WiFi outside

June 23, 2013 - 04:23 AM
Powerline adaptors are devices that plug into a wall outlet to provide an ethernet connection or establish WiFi. Devolo's new dLAN 500 WiFi Starter Kit even allows a wireless network to be set up outside of your home. One powerline adaptor connects to an outlet near your router or mode, after which the network signal transfers through your existing power grid to the a...

Two stylish powerbanks by Kingmax

May 3, 2013 - 10:31 AM
Kingmax is known for storage devices such as solid-state drives and memory cards. The amount of smartphones and tablets is increasing exponentially and the devices often have batteries that only last a few hours. To combat this issue, Kingmax has developed two powerbanks, called KEBG-M02 and KEBG-M03. At 6000 mAh, the KEBG-M02 has the smallest capacity of the two. It...


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