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Powerline Adapters (EoP)

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  1. TP-Link WPA7510 KIT AV1000 Gigabit Powerline ac Wi-Fi Kit
    $145
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  2. TP-Link AV1300 3-port Gigabit Passthrough Powerline
    $149
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  3. TP-Link AV600 Powerline Starter Kit
    $59
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  4. TP-Link AV2000 Powerline Passthrough Kit TL-PA9020P
    $169
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  5. TP-LINK AV600 Powerline Wi-Fi Kit
    $119
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  6. TP-Link TL-PoE200 Power over Ethernet Adapter Kit
    $39
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  7. TP-Link TL-POE150S PoE Injector Adapter
    $29
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  8. Tp-Link TL-PA4010PKIT Powerline Adapter Kit 500Mbps
    $89
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  9. D-link DWL-P50 Power over Ethernet Unit
    $49
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  10. D-Link DHP-701AV PowerLine AV2 2000 Gigabit Network Kit
    $165
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  11. D-Link DHP-309AV PowerLine AV500 Mini Network Starter Kit
    $79
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For those who are unfamiliar with Ethernet over Power (EoP) devices. They essentially allow data to travel through the power in your home.

For example, if you have an area of the house you would like a physical Ethernet port (to plug into your laptop or computer for internet access), a Ethernet over Power is a great solution.

EoP devices are good, but not overly stable. They're not the best option for competitive gamers trying to achieve the lowest latency. They're purely for convenience.