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The problem is that two adaptors are required—one for the router, and another for the connecting device.

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The D-Link DHP-300 is one of three powerline adapters (DHP-300, DHP-301, DHP-303) designed to move Ethernet data across power cables to any outlet in one’s home or office. Unfortunately the discontinued DHP-300 hosts just one adapter. The problem is that two adaptors are required—one for the router, and another for the connecting device (computer, console, etc.). Assuming the user purchases the DHP-300 with an extra adapter, they can then share files at a theoretical speed of 200Mbps, assuming no traffic interference from any high-power devices also drawing electrical power. Testing by critics has revealed an average speed slower than a draft-n wireless router, but faster than an 802.11g router.

Features
  • Powerline Adaptor
  • Only One Adaptor Included
  • Wall-to-Wall Home Networking
  • 802.3/802.3u Standards
  • Powerline/Ethernet Connections
  • 200Mbps Maximum Speed
  • Triple DES Encryption
  • SECOND ADAPTER REQUIRED
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty
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