expired TP-LINK TL-PA211 200Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Kit $89 + $14 Shipping @ i-Tech.com.au


TP-LINK TL-PA211 KIT 200Mbps Powerline Ethernet Adapter Kit, Mini Size, HomePlug AV, Twin Pack
Shipping is $14 but you could pick up if you're in Sydney.
Just received their "daily deals" email. Cheapest I found on staticice for these are $97. Great unit if you don't want run wireless.

Software Specification
Standards HomePlug AV, IEEE802.3, IEEE802.3u
Modulation Technology OFDM
Protocol Support TCP/IP
Network Operating System Support Windows 98SE, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista
Windows 7
Mac, Linux*
Advanced Features Build-in QoS
Intelligent Channel adaptation
Support 128-bit AES Encryption
Hardware Specification
Interface 1 10/100Mbps Ethernet LAN Port
Range 300 meters in house
Certifications CE, FCC, RoHS compliant
Dimentions (LWH) 935630 mm
( in. )
Environment Operating Temperature: 0~ 40C
Storage Temperature: -40~ 80C
Operating Humidity: 10%~ 90% RH
Storage Humidity: 5 %~ 90% RH
Power Consumption 3 W
Product Warranty
1 Year Return to Base


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    msy also has them for 98 if you want to do pick up…


    New homeplug specs are coming out mid 2011, gigabit speed - 600mbs+ at MAC layer, according to wiki.


    Gigabit speed ones are already out with Aztech HomePlug – HL280E.
    Honestly you get bottlenecks and playing 1080p isn't always guaranteed.


      Not sure it is Gigabit as its features state "1. Full Rate transmission up to 200 Mbps for HomePlugAV".


    I've got netcomm powerline; It's amazing how useful these adapters are!

    My use is pretty much non-standard.

    My adsl modem is in the kitchen;

    My office has multiple computers.

    I use powerline to connect my cheap tplink adsl modem to my gigabit/wireless router in the office. My modem is also in bridged mode - meaning PPPoE connection initiated by my router in the office.

    I used to leverage a separate wireless router in client bridged mode to connect the two segments. My internet speeds from office to adsl modem over powerline are some 50-100 KB/s faster that my original internet speeds from office to adsl modem via wireless access point in client bridge mode. Crazy hey!

    After physical cables, nothing beats powerline in my testing.


      Does your setup involve using powerline adaptors in different power circuits (ring)? Some users claimed that the transmission speed is much reduced if the connection has to be made through the fusebox in such a setup. Also, there are claims that the electricity meter stops the signal from being picked up by neighbours.