D-Link ANZ has launched the DHP-P601AV PowerLine AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Passthrough Kit which uses existing electrical wiring to extend a home Internet connection, especially where Wi-Fi may be patchy. It has the added convenience of a 240V passthrough socket.
This article is not about watching porn in the man cave (but it could enable that) – it’s about practical ways to get Ethernet/internet connectivity all over the house, home office or even the back shed.
Netcomm has entered into a supply agreement with Foxtel for Foxtel's subcsribers to 'be among the first to benefit' from NetComm's 200Mbps Powerline Adapters. These let consumers connect their Foxtel iQ boxes to their network for video on demand services, without installing additional cables, thanks to Netcomm's 200Mbps powerline technology.
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