Panasonic HD-PLC Adaptor Video
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Panasonic HD-PLC Ethernet Adapter Review
The good: The Panasonic Ethernet adapters are easier to set up and configure than a wireless home network, and you won't have to pull Ethernet cables through the house. The throughput rate is more than fast enough for sharing a broadband Internet connection, and it should be sufficient for transmitting high-definition video content.
The bad: Even though you don't have to run cables through your house, you'll still have an unsightly mess of cables around each adapter, especially if you're using a hub/switch to connect multiple devices to a single adapter.
The bottom line: If you're not on the wireless bandwagon, you don't have to forgo a home network or pay to have a network professionally installed. With the Panasonic HD-PLC power-line Ethernet adapters, you can have a wired home network up and running in minutes.
Panasonic HD-PLC Ethernet Adapter Specs
Part number: BL-PA100A
- Product Basic Spec