Might there be a review on the horizon?
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Hmm, I'd be down for that. :)
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I'll second that request. Also, how much are additional adapters or do you just buy more of these kits? At $179, that would add up quick.
If it was less money it would be far more attractive to me. I don't really need to "ditch spotty wireless connections" because mine (all wireless "N" capable) aren't so spotty and they work well.
This would be faster than wireless "N" is, and I would get it for my wife's PC if it was priced lower.
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Its new technology and at the current price range it won't sell well but eventually this would be really attractive to homes with basements or facilities with concrete walls (like most government facilities) since the internet connection quality would be superb compared to weak wifi with physical interferences
With ten fibre-cable outlets in my little two-room flat, I'm hardly in the market for one of these devices, but I second the call for a full-scale review. The technology looks to be of interest....
Two things I wonder about:
1) Do these devices coexist with other power line systems, such as X-10?
2) How do you stop the signal from leaving your home and travelling down the power wire to the next house? Typically, the signals continue until stopped at a transformer.
Anyone have any information on these two questons?
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