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ZyXel Mini Powerline AV Ethernet Adapter Kit @ Buy.com - $69.99
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I just want to make sure; does it have two units or just one? TIA

AMZ $64.99 FS
For streaming video, I's so tired of wireless. Happy with wired network now!

$64.99 + FS @ AMZ

ohrama said:   I just want to make sure; does it have two units or just one? TIA

A kit means it has two (or more) units ready to make a complete power line network solution.

500 Mbps. .. Sweet.. In for one

thanks OP. these are 2 units for whoever was asking up there.

In 4 one. Thanks OP.
Amazon price increased to $84.95 (+CA sales tax).

Amazon still has it for $64.99 with free Prime shipping you just need to look at "more buying choices" to the right instead of selecting the default vendor.

For those those who bought this prepare for utter disappointment.
For those thinking of buying this ... dont waste your time.

You wont get anywhere near the speeds they taut.
Do your research on powerline adapters.

No network technology gets full advertised rate. There are overheads and in the case of power line Ethernet, less than ideal wiring, which, incidentally would also affect UTP except of course you have to try really hard to make them less than ideal. That said think in relative terms. If you have tried 200MB before and it wasn't hacking it (it wasn't for my inside wring), going to 500MB will likely be a 2.5X improvement (it was for me). So happy camper here but YMMV. I hope whoever it didn't work out for, you also realize 1Gb Ethernet would never transfer that fast. You'd be lucky to get actually half that...

Anyone know if the mini is compatible with the "maxies"? Also anyone else seeing that the wired port isn't GigE on the mini?



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