Netgear Powerline and Extender

Netgear’s Powerline Adaptors come in two models the AV 200 and the AV +200. The main difference between the two is that the AV + has a noise filtering outlet built into the unit, so you can use the outlet for another device as well.


Netgear’s Powerline Adaptors come in two models the AV 200 and the AV +200. The main difference between the two is that the AV + has a noise filtering outlet built into the unit, so you can use the outlet for another device as well.

Powerline Adaptors use your building’s existing electrical wiring as a network, meaning you can distribute your internet connection throughout the home, without lots of Ethernet cables, or setting up wi-fi. You attach one adaptor to an outlet near your modem, and connect the modem via Ethernet cable.

You can then attach the other Powerline adaptors anywhere else in your house that you need internet, such as your HDTV or game console, just plug in the Powerline adaptor, and cable it to the device you want to use.

The range extender works with your current wireless equipment to boost your coverage, eliminating those slow zones too far from the router. It’s compatible with almost all routers and ISP provider’s devices, and features 4 Ethernet ports, and push N connect setup to allow connection easily, and allows users to roam anywhere in the house, and not have to worry about coverage.



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