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Belkin WeMo Insight Switch - Turn Your Electronics On/Off, Monitor Your Energy Usage from Anywhere, iOS/Android Smartphone or Tablet, WiFi Enabled - F7C029fc
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donrull said:   We're Sorry, the page you requested was not found. This happens for all of your links.
  I know I cannot check them until the deal is live, I am working on it and it should be fixed in a couple minutes. Sorry about that!!

Should work now!

I never understood why these things shouldn't have been powerline ethernet enabled instead WiFi.

Gergor said:   I never understood why these things shouldn't have been powerline ethernet enabled instead WiFi.
  


Powerline Ethernet will cost more. It needs at least a pair of devices.  The variety and complexity of home wiring also add a lot of unknown facts to the operation.  

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Insight switch seems to be sold out, though it shows in stock.

f2000sa said:   
Gergor said:   I never understood why these things shouldn't have been powerline ethernet enabled instead WiFi.
  


Powerline Ethernet will cost more. It needs at least a pair of devices.  The variety and complexity of home wiring also add a lot of unknown facts to the operation.  

  
Right. I wish it were powerline because part of my house is not covered by wifi but has no problem connecting with powerline...

Gergor said:   
f2000sa said:   
Gergor said:   I never understood why these things shouldn't have been powerline ethernet enabled instead WiFi.
  


Powerline Ethernet will cost more. It needs at least a pair of devices.  The variety and complexity of home wiring also add a lot of unknown facts to the operation.  

  
Right. I wish it were powerline because part of my house is not covered by wifi but has no problem connecting with powerline...

  Then add a wireless router to the powerline  or bridge the 2 wireless  to cover the home
 



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