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+ - Wire-up your home with no extra wiring: Powerline Ethernet Wallplates

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unts writes "HEXUS has a review of a new Power Ethernet Socket made by the appropriately named Power Ethernet. The product is essentially a replacement wallplate for electrical receptacles that includes four powerline ethernet RJ45 connections, providing connectivity throughout a building without the need to run CAT 5e/6 cabling. Performance appears to be good (better than the 802.11n router tested, at least), but what's to stop you simply using regular powerline ethernet adapters where you need them?"
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Wire-up your home with no extra wiring: Powerline Ethernet Wallplates

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