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More positive reviews on Power Ethernet Sockets!
More positive reviews on Power Ethernet Sockets!

The renovative Power Ethernet Sockets have received quite a lot of positive reviews!

 

Recombu - “I’ve seen several reviews criticising the PE T1000’s cost compared to single-socket Ethernet adapters costing £40. This compares more closely to adapters with multiple Ethernet ports that are likely to cost around £100 and are a lot less elegant.”

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Trusted Reviews 8/10 - “The Power Ethernet Socket T1000 is a great idea integrating power and Ethernet into a double-plug sized socket, enabling a property to be networked up quickly and elegantly.”  They added that a double power socket and faster Powerline speeds would be a future improvement.

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Hexus 3.5/5 - “For those awkward areas that wireless won't reach, the Power Ethernet Socket is a particularly attractive solution. Fitting neatly in place of a double-gang wall socket, it's well designed, easy to install and delivers stable network performance for up to four devices.” They added that they think it is expensive and needs the faster Powerline speeds.

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PC Pro Overall 4/6 - “Speed aside, the T1000 offers reasonable value, as each provides four network ports and a power socket. The biggest advantage over standard adapters is the T1000’s integration with the building’s wiring, which makes them less likely to be removed – accidentally or deliberately.”

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AV Forums - “The sockets worked very well in our tests and we never had any problems when connecting devices to them. In fact, we were genuinely impressed with both the professional look of the Power Ethernet sockets and their ability to create a highly effective network in my cottage. Given the age of the wiring in our home environment, we were worried that the sockets wouldn't be able to create a viable network or that the network would be too slow. However, not only were the sockets easy to install but the results were excellent and provide a genuine alternative to our WiFi which, due to the thickness of the walls, can be a bit touch and go at times.”

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Steve May of InsideCI says “The installation of each one took my electrician Michael about 15 minutes. The result was not only a far smarter, more professional finish, but greater versatility too. The option of four ports made the use of separate switches redundant“ and concluded “Overall, I was plenty impressed with the PE Socket. Installation is straight forward and can be handled by any competent electrician. I can see it proving popular with integrators looking for a cost-effective alternative to running additional data cabling and switching for both residential and commercial projects. Business users currently employing plug-in power line units should also be tempted by the fact that this Powerline solution is far less likely to be unceremoniously unplugged by maintenance staff or the general unwary. It's also a great fix should parts of a property suffers from patchy Wi-Fi.”

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ITProPortal has published their review of the PE Socket and gave it 9/10.

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Power Ethernet got an excellent review at Sunday Times within the ingear section.

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"When web access is often as important as power, it makes sense to put the ethernet in the wall socket", says Matt Warman of The Telegraph

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"Homeplug AV socket by Power Ethernet offers slimline speedy home networking", says Alex Lane of recombu

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Listed Property Owners Club (www.lpoc.co.uk) bi-monthly magazine is out with an article entitled “Old building new technology” on how Powerline is a cost effective networking solution with the minimum of disruption and no planning concerns.

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