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D-Link Powerline Ethernet Starter Kit DHP-201

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D-Link PowerLine Ethernet Starter Kit DHP-201 - Bridge - EN, Fast EN, HomePlug 1.0

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    D-Link’s DHP-201 Powerline Ethernet Starter Kit is an ideal solution for connecting computers, media players, game consoles, and network attached storage to your home network. By simply attaching an adapter from your router to your existing electrical system¹, you can turn every power outlet into a possible network connection.

    The D-Link Powerline Ethernet Starter Kit provides users with easy-to-use technology for high quality transfers of Internet video, music, games, and voice through conventional home power sockets. Delivering data transfer rates at up to 85Mbps², this adapter provides ample network bandwidth, enabling digital home consumers to tap into the existing electrical wiring for extension of their home network.

    D-Link’s Powerline Ethernet technology extends your network’s range without having to drill holes into your walls by utilizing your home's existing electrical system. It is also ideal for homes or small offices with architectural impediments that can inhibit wireless signal. Connect multiple devices in the farthest corners of your home by attaching a switch or wireless access point to a D-Link Powerline Ethernet Adapter.

    The DHP-201 Powerline Ethernet Starter Kit plugs directly into a wall outlet with no additional powerline required. No cables or wires are needed to install a network that takes advantage of ordinary AC power and wall sockets. The electrical current doesn’t interfere with the data network because electricity and data are transmitted at different frequencies.