I did a bit of googling, and found a range of products... Main concern at the moment is that the maximum transfer rate is around 14mbps so average transfer speed are probably more like 8-10mbps. In fact, that's slower than my wireless right now.
Although it would seem that 85mbps adaptors are on their way, and should be available in the UK in a few weeks.
Max transfer rates of 85mbps is probably going to translate to about 50mbps average. That's a bit more like it, and it faster than my wireless right now. I reckon I'll hold out for that.
My wireless is supposed to be up to 125mbps; Yeah, right. Sigh.
From: discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com [mailto:discuss-bounces (AT) lists (DOT) slimdevices.com] On Behalf Of Robin Bowes
Sent: 23 September 2005 12:50
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Subject: Re: [slim] Re: OT: Power line network adaptors (was: Okay, maybeit's time to call it a day...)
Philip Downer wrote:
> On Fri, 2005-09-23 at 03:42 -0700, Fifer wrote:
>>I haven't used them but 'this'
>>(http://www.devolo.co.uk/uk_EN/button/dlanfaq.html) might help answer
>>some of your questions.
> I can highly recommend the Devolo homeplug products they are very
> good, and they have now released setup tools for Linux and OS X which
> work very well.
I've just ordered an Acer Homeplug Ethernet Kit from Amazon - two
adaptors for ú42 delivered!
If they don't work, they're going back, but you can't complain at the price!
If a man speaks in a forest,
and his wife's not there,
is he still wrong?
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2005-09-23, 05:22 #1Dan GoodinsonGuest
Re: OT: Power line network adaptors (was: Okay,maybeit's time to call it a day...)