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Wootalyzer's Pricing Post! - The price of today's woot item is saved here for future reference------------------------------------------------------------TP-Link Wireless N Powerline Ext Kit$49.99 + $5 Standard OR $9 Two-Day OR $12 One-Day ShippingCondition: New*DISCLAIMER* Wootalyzer! is in no way affiliated with Woot!, and this post may not always be here!
802.11n? Yeah, real 90's.
Whew, that's a lot of jargon. So why do I want/need this?
Shinespark wrote:802.11n? Yeah, real 90's.
You want us to sell dial-up modems? Do you know how long it would take those to sell?
There's something faster than .11n?
p1800nut wrote:Whew, that's a lot of jargon. So why do I want/need this?
TP-LINK’s Wireless N Powerline Extender Starter Kit extends an Internet connection to every room of the house over existing electrical circuitry. All devices in the room have two options to get access to TL-WPA271, whether through wireless or using an Ethernet cable. With 200Mbps Powerline link rate and 150Mbps wireless N rate, it is ideal for bandwidth consuming or interruption sensitive applications like video streaming, online gaming and Internet calls. With TL-WPA271, Internet can be available everywhere in your house.
In for 1. I need something like this for my Slingbox, which is a whole floor and about 200 feet from my wireless router, but which I don't want to pay a premium price to get a wireless adapter for said Slingbox.
I use something similar to get Internet to my Roku in the other room. It's out of wireless range and it lets me use an Ethernet connection which I find more reliable anyway.
At least I think that's what it does.
I bet I've missed news about this...but is wooters.us dead?
skou wrote:There's something faster than .11n?
.11ac but that's not very 90s either.
14.4 modems and Coax NIC cards.
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