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[FS][US] Netgear XE102 "Power-line Ethernet Adapter"

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  1. Soylent Joe

    Soylent Joe New Member

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    Up for sale is a Netgear XE102 powerline network adapter set. This lets you send your internet signal through the power lines in a house.

    There's not much to the device other than the power prongs, an Ethernet port, and some indicator LED's. Age is unknown but the ones they make now look a bit different. They're in fair condition with a couple of nicks and scratches.

    It was tested out this evening, with the transmitter and receiver in the same room, and again with the receiver on the other side of the house (going through a junction box) and it worked well both times.

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    $old

    No shipping outside of ConUS, link to heatware is in my signature.

    Will consider trading plus cash for a video card (one that can get 40+ FPS in TF2 using med/high settings at 1920x1080) or a solid mATX 775 board (nothing fancy, just needs to work).
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    Mussels Moderprator Staff Member

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    damn, i actually want some of these, but its pointless since you use different wall sockets over there
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    Interesting.....I actually have one that is broke........so this pair would be perfect. Let you know shortly.
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    I'm interested in this as well. Thinking it might solve my problem of getting network from my basement to my TV upstairs...

    Sorry, I think I need something faster for streaming video to the TV. Thanks...
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Nah I'm good OP, I need the XE104. t_ski has dibs.
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    Indexisive free bump I guess
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