TP-Link’s Powerline Adapters Are A Quick And Easy Way To Expand Your Network, More Than 40% Off Today

If you’re looking to expand your home network without laying lengthy cables, then you might want to invest in TP-Link’s Powerline Adapter kit. Guess what? It happens to be discounted as well today.

Laying around network cables to get data or internet around the home is an extremely messy process. Sure, you can do it in a super neat fashion if you like, but there is a second option at hand too. That option is TP-Link’s Powerline Adapter Kit.

Instead of using dedicated network cables, the Powerline kit just uses your existing power cables to transmit data around your home or office. Surprisingly, it’s quite reliable too as long as you have high-quality cables running in your house, which we’re assuming you already have.

This particular model on sale offers up to 2000Mbps data transfer speeds and also features noise filtering so that your data does not get scrambled or loses integrity when it reaches the other room. Things are taken one step further with the inclusion of MU-MIMO.

Coming in a pack of two, this kit is extremely easy to set up and use. It has multiple gigabit Ethernet ports as well so you can hardwire your wares straight to the adapter if you like. If that’s not how you wish to use it, you can hook up a wireless access point to it as well in order to expand on your wireless network coverage. The choice is yours how you wish to use this wonderful piece of kit.

Last but not the least, apart from the straight-forward discount, there’s an on-page 5% discount coupon too, which, when applied, takes your overall discount to more than 40%. Sound like a good deal, doesn’t it?

Buy: TP-Link Powerline Adapter AV2000 Mbps – Gigabit Port, Ethernet Over Power, Plug&Play from Amazon: $72.99 + 5% discount code | Original price: $120

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