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Netgear Powerline 1 Gigabit Wall-Plug Adapter Kit (White) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Netgear Powerline 1 Gigabit Wall-Plug Adapter Kit (White, PL1000-100PAS) on sale for $39.99. Shipping is free.

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Key Features:
  • Deliver high-speed wired and wireless internet to every room in your home using existing electrical wiring for all your gaming and streaming activities.AC input: 100–240V, 0.1A (max.)
  • Speeds-up to 1000Mbps
  • Perfect for connecting smart TVs, streaming players & game consoles
  • Ideal for 4K HD streaming & lag-free gaming
  • Connect multiple adapters to expand your wired network reliably

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Amazon [amazon.com] has NETGEAR Powerline adapter Kit, 1000 Mbps Wall-plug, 1 Gigabit Ethernet Ports for $39.99. Shipping is free.

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$45.00 lower (53% savings) than the list price of $84.99

Customer reviews:
★★★★ / 7,409 global ratings

About this Item:
  • Deliver high-speed wired and wireless internet to every room in your home using existing electrical wiring for all your gaming and streaming activities.AC input: 100–240V, 0.1A (max.)
  • Very Fast speeds-up to 1000Mbps
  • Perfect for connecting smart TVs, streaming players & game consoles
  • Ideal for 4K HD streaming & lag-free gaming
  • Connect multiple adapters to expand your wired network reliably

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Shockwav3 asked this question on 11-30-2022 at 01:26 PM
11-30-2022 at 01:26 PM
Not wifi but Local area connection. Just hard wired. Usually faster than wifi
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look into moca adapter instead of this if there a bunch of cable tv outlet around the house. Way more reliable to reach full advertised speed and don't have to worry about cross breaker / surge protector,
Ooof, those speeds are horrendous (just like they were years ago when this technology first showed up). 250Mbps with ideal wiring and circuit configuration, some seeing as bad as 40-60Mbps for their setups. As someone said, go MoCA if at all possible. I was dubious until I tested it myself and sure enough, true gigabit speed and latency under 5ms.
That's because this product works well for some homes and not for others. This is entirely dependent on your homes electrical wiring.

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4 stars seems bad for Amazon these days. Don't these have to be on the same circuit or something odd I remember? Great concept
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I have about 3 of these running around the house.
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I have about 3 of these running around the house.
It's time you upgrade son. It's time.
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Is this a wifi extender with ethernet ?
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look into moca adapter instead of this if there a bunch of cable tv outlet around the house. Way more reliable to reach full advertised speed and don't have to worry about cross breaker / surge protector,
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look into moca adapter instead of this if there a bunch of cable tv outlet around the house. Way more reliable to reach full advertised speed and don't have to worry about cross breaker / surge protector,
I agree moca adapter is much better than powerline adapter.
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These work great in my house built in 1990. If you have an OLD house, or something strang with the wiriing,you could have issues. But I have 4 or 5 around my house. Plug in anywhere, and a gigabyte connection appears! Perfect for adding a network hub behind TVs, gaming rigs, etc!
I love mine!.
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Is this a wifi extender with ethernet ?
Not wifi but Local area connection. Just hard wired. Usually faster than wifi
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Ooof, those speeds are horrendous (just like they were years ago when this technology first showed up). 250Mbps with ideal wiring and circuit configuration, some seeing as bad as 40-60Mbps for their setups. As someone said, go MoCA if at all possible. I was dubious until I tested it myself and sure enough, true gigabit speed and latency under 5ms.
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4 stars seems bad for Amazon these days. Don't these have to be on the same circuit or something odd I remember? Great concept
That's because this product works well for some homes and not for others. This is entirely dependent on your homes electrical wiring.
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look into moca adapter instead of this if there a bunch of cable tv outlet around the house. Way more reliable to reach full advertised speed and don't have to worry about cross breaker / surge protector,
I second that. I live in an older house too difficult to wire for Ethernet so I've used 10mb Slinglinks, then 100mb Slinglinks then the DLink 200mb Powerline kit. I have to admit that they served their purpose nobly and reliably for years, always beating out wireless.They are finicky though if around surge suppressors or if you have wiring faults or line noise.

I finally went mostly to gig MoCA. I also have four 200mb MoCA APs for IOT devices scattered around the house. We don't have traditional cable so I disconnected my Coax from the road. No leakage, security or noise issues and my connections are all rock solid. MoCA is definitely the way to go if you cannot wire the house.
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look into moca adapter instead of this if there a bunch of cable tv outlet around the house. Way more reliable to reach full advertised speed and don't have to worry about cross breaker / surge protector,
I have cable in every room, but the its a separate cable from each room that all go outside and used to connect to a switch for DishNet Satellite. I now use streaming and so those cables are now just there connected to nothing. Would this Moca adapters work in this scenario?
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I agree moca adapter is much better than powerline adapter.
i'm also on the look out for any moca deal. they can be pretty expensive compare to these powerline
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