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£64.99 D-Link Powerline 200Mbps HD Ethernet Adapter Kit

D-Link's DHP-303 Powerline HD Ethernet Starter Kit allows you to connect devices such as computers, High-definition TV, networking devices and gaming consoles.

Through the most pervasive medium in your house - the electrical wires - and share Internet connections as well as experience smooth file transfers, media streaming, online gaming and more.

D-Link's Powerline HD Ethernet Adapter features easy Plug-and-Play installation and can be attached to any Ethernet-enabled device.

The D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapter is an ideal solution for connecting computers, HD media players, game consoles, and network attached storage devices to your home network.

Connect multiple devices in the farthest corners of your home by attaching a switch or wireless access point to a D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapter. Plus, D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapters implement 3DES encryption for securing your connection to help keep your data safe from intruders.

With hassle-free plug & play installation, the D-Link PowerLine HD Starter Kit (DHP-303) are an ideal solution to create a wall-to-wall home network.

The D-Link Powerline HD Ethernet Adapter is ideal for connecting an Ethernet-enabled digital media device such as a Tivo or Slingbox to your network and the Internet.

D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Adapters also enable you to connect gaming consoles like the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, or Nintento Wii to the Internet.

To top it all off, QoS support helps prioritize your data, enabling smooth video streaming and lag-free gaming.

The D-Link PowerLine HD Ethernet Starter Kit (DHP-303) take advantage of your home's existing electrical wiring to create or extend a network.

Turn every power outlet into a possible network connection to connect computers, digital media players, and game consoles throughout your home.

You can buy this D-Link Powerline for £64.99. You can also find similar deals from our online price comparator.

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