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Belkin showcases new powerline networking kits

Posted in Powerline by Nino Marchetti on July 11th, 2008

Belkin Powerline AV+If you aren’t a big fan of wireless networking but lack the internal wiring for Ethernet, powerline networking is considered by some the way to go. Belkin is debuting some new products in this category, topping its offerings out with the Belkin Powerline AV+, priced at around $180.

The idea behind powerline networking is to use the electrical wiring in your home to serve as quasi-networking cable. The Belkin Powerline AV+ includes a three-port adapter to support multiple devices, such as A/V equipment or a gaming console, and a one-port adapter to connect to a router.

Actiontec ships home powerline gaming kit

Posted in Powerline by Nino Marchetti on May 12th, 2008

Actiontec MegaPlug AV Powerline Gaming Kit

Actiontec Electronics recently unveiled a new home networking gaming kit designed to be used through electrical wiring in the home. It is called the MegaPlug AV Powerline Gaming Kit and it prices at around $170.

The Actiontec MegaPlug AV Powerline Gaming Kit makes uses of the HomePlug AV powerline standard to transmit computer networking signals through electrical wiring. Two special adapters plug into wall outlets, with one connecting to a PC, Xbox, Playstation, Wii, or other gaming console and the other connecting to a broadband access point.

CES 2008

Zyxel prepares new Powerline digital media adapter

Posted in CES 2008,Powerline,Zyxel by Nino Marchetti on January 8th, 2008

Zyxel DMA1100PZyxel is using the Consumer Electronics Show to show off a new product it says is the first digital media adapter with built-in HomePlug AV Powerline technology. It is the DMA1100P and it prices at around $270.

The Zyxel DMA1100P works through a person’s power lines in the home to stream HD digital content to a home entertainment system from a computer or network storage devices. Zyxel says its digital media adapter will discover media files from DLNA supported devices, making them available for browsing and playback.

CES 2008

IoGear audio system uses Powerline technology

Posted in CES 2008,Iogear,Powerline by Nino Marchetti on January 8th, 2008

IoGear Powerline Stereo SystemIoGear has introduced a new audio system at CES which makes use of Powerline technology to move sound from one room to another. It’s called the IoGear Powerline Stereo System and price is set at around $330.

The IoGear Powerline Stereo System lets one connect an audio source such as an iPod or CD player to several different input types found on a docking station. Connecting a pair of powered speakers to the supplied adapter, one can transmit audio between the station and adapter over the home’s power lines.