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June 15, 2016

Powerline 500 1-Port Starter Kit (XAVB5201)


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XAVB5201-100PAS review and price:


NETGEAR Powerline 500 1-Port features:

  • Ideal for HD or 3D HD multimedia streaming and perfect for connecting Smart TV and Consoles
  • Push-and-Secure button for easy secure connection
  • Pick-a-Plug LED identifies best outlet for optimal performance
  • Why run long wires when you can use your home’s electrical wiring to extend a fast, reliable home network?
  • Best-in-class performance and reliability
  • Energy saving features with stand-by consumption
Other Info for this deal:

Warranty: standard manufacturer’s warranty
S&H: Free shipping if ordered online
NETGEAR Powerline’s dimensions and weight: check our reviews
Coupon: n/a

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General NETGEAR XAVB5201-100PAS description
The NETGEAR Powerline 500 Mbps adapter extends your Internet access to any electrical outlet for the most calling for applications. And game consoles to your home network and the Internet.

Recent reviews:

I had a set of these things from NetGear years back. They were big, clunky, and got very hot to the touch. They were also 40% costly than they are listed now, although mine ended up being half that purchasing new off an auction site. Point being, like most tech they have shrunk in both size and cost. I will be completely and totally honest with you. You may not need these. If you have a simple need like a DVR that just needs to update TV programming, a Blue-ray player that needs sporadic updates, or something along those lines, and your home does not block the signals too much, you may be able to just get a wireless bridge for maybe 1/3 the price. But, you’ll most probably have to know comparatively technical settings to configure, it can be slower depending the construction of your home, may dropping signals when a microwave comes on, and if you are someone worried about electromagnetic signals and any kind of adverse influence on health you are pumping out more radio waves into your home. I have a wireless bridge I use also and it took me half an hour of digging through badly translated Chinese and playing with settings to get it to work. That being said, to me the powerline adapters are the gold standard in convenience. You know what the configuration on these is? You plug them in. Yeah, that is it. All you must do is take an Ethernet cable coming out of your router, plug it into one, stick it in the wall, then repeat the procedure in reverse out of the other unit in the different outlet. You are now set up and good to go. You may be able to know nothing at all about technology and the units just work. To add security to the network, just hold a button on the side of the plugged in adapter (it is the only button on the thing) for 2 seconds.



Nearly caught the house on fire. Customer beware .



These work great This is the second set (of two) I have bought. The convenience and easy setup/use is simply great I have wifi with lots of devices and laptops all using it. I have a couple of servers hosting some personal websites/services. Wifi is too slow for serious work, particularly when the family are connected to Netflix, etc. So, I use cables. At least I used to I have replaced all of the cables. You know, those cables that stretch across the house from the cable modem/switch to the machines in different regions of the house. It is so nice I wish I had tried these years ago WAF (Wife Acceptance Factor) is quite high since to get rid of the cables. :)This package comes with a six foot Ethernet cable. It really feels like a pretty good one, too Some clarification about the Powerline models / naming:The & 34;NETGEAR Powerline 500& 34; is the same device/model as the & 34;Powerline AV500& 34; and the same as & 34;Powerline 500 Nano& 34;, which is the same as the & 34;XAVB5201& 34; model. I found the naming/packaging confusing, because they could use them interchangeably. Compatibility:Your computer does not know or care that the network is running over the electrical line Just for being thorough, I have used this with Windows 8, 8. 1, Server 2012, and Debian 6/7. Performance:I do not get 500Mbps with this device, when plugged into the same outlet (not sure if that could make a difference anyway). The name surely implies that you could get 500Mbps. The amazon listing title & 34;NETGEAR Powerline 500Mbps Adapter – Starter Kit (XAVB5201)& 34; says you’ll get 500Mbps. The box obviously states that you’ll get (up to) 500Mbps. But, you will not get it. The speed is close to 100-150Mbps.




Compare NETGEAR Powerline 500 with similar products:

D-Link PowerLine AV+ Network and Wi-Fi Extender Mini Adapter Kit (DHP-W311AV)

  • Kit includes two PowerLine adapters to extend your network right out of the box
  • Extend your wireless network to hard to reach areas using your existing electrical wiring
  • Compact and elegant design allows you to plug other devices into the outlet
  • Simple connect button for easy setup and supports 128-bit AES Encryption
  • Wireless N300 and 10/100 Ethernet port
  • Ideal for adding Wi-Fi to temporary locations or areas were Wi-Fi cannot reach for convenient and portable coverage

TRENDnet Power Line 1200 AV2 Adapter Starter Kit, 2 Adapters Included with Gigabit Port, Plug and Play, MIMO, Beamforming (TPL-420E2K)

  • Enhanced performance and range from MIMO with Beamforming technology
  • Simply plug in the adapters-TREND net adapters auto-connect out of the box
  • Connects over electrical lines for homes up to 465 sq. m (5,000 sq. ft.)
  • Extreme Power line 1200 networking over existing electrical lines
  • Pre-encrypted for your convenience
  • Gigabit port maintains high performance wired networking
  • Includes two TPL-420E adapters

TP-LINK TL-PA2010KIT AV200 Nano Powerline Adapter Starter Kit, up to 200Mbps

  • 300-meter range over electrical circuitry for better performance through walls and floors
  • Plug and Play, with no drilling, wiring, or configuration required
  • Automatic Power-Saving mode reduces power consumption by up to 75%
  • Please ensure the adapters are connected on the same circuit
  • Up to 200Mbps speed for seamless HD video streaming and online gaming
  • The theoretical maximum channel data transfer rate is derived from HomePlug AV2 specifications. Actual data transfer rate will vary from network environment including: distance, network traffic, noise on electrical wires, building material and construction, quality of electrical installation and other adverse conditions.
  • Miniature design with compact housing (28.5mm thick) blends into existing room d cor
  • Home Plug AV standard compliant

TRENDnet 4-Port Powerline 500 AV Adapter (TPL-4052E)

  • Auto-connect, Power: Input: 100 – 240 V AC, 50 – 60 Hz, Consumption: Active mode: 4 Watts (max.), Standby mode: 0.5 Watts (max.)
  • 500 Mbps powerline networking, 4 x 10/100 Mbps Ethernet ports
  • Connect four devices to the Ethernet ports
  • Pre-encrypted for security
  • Compatibility with Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista and XP

Linksys PLTS200 PowerLine 4-Port Network Adapter

  • 56-bit encryption keeps your data secure
  • HomePlug 1.0 with Turbo technology for data rates up to 85Mbps, also compatible with HomePlug 1.0 devices
  • Built-in 4-port Ethernet switch
  • Share files, printers, storage, and networked games throughout your home connect it to a router to share your Cable or DSL Internet connection
  • Use your existing powerlines to network your computers and other devices

ZyXEL Powerline AV 500 Mbps 4 Port Gigabit Switch Wall-plug Adapter (PLA4225)

  • IEEE1901 compliant and compatible with HomePlug AV
  • QoS enhances media streaming quality
  • Plug-and-play connection for to up to four media devices at Gigabit wire speed
  • Power-saving mode reduces wasted energy
  • Blazing-fast 500 Mbps speeds for lag-free HD video streaming and gaming

Powerline Av Wireless N Kit

  • IEEE 802.11n and 802.11g Compliant
  • Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) for simple Push-Button Wireless Network Configuration
  • Supports 128-bit AES Encryption for network security
  • Uses Your Home’s Electrical Wiring by Plugging into Existing Power Outlets
  • Speeds up to 300Mbps for wireless network
  • Supports Secure Wireless Encryption using WPA or WPA2
  • Speeds up to 200Mbps for PowerLine network
  • One touch AP configuration


1-Port 500 Starter technical ratings and MSRP
  • Push-and-Secure button for easy secure connection
  • Pick-a-Plug LED identifies best outlet for optimal performance
  • Best-in-class performance and reliability
  • Why run long wires when you can use your home’s electrical wiring to extend a fast, reliable home network?
  • Ideal for HD or 3D HD multimedia streaming and perfect for connecting Smart TV and Consoles
  • Energy saving features with stand-by consumption



What people considered before buying XAVB5201100PAS:
  1. NETGEAR Powerline 500 + N300 WiFi and 1 Port Starter Kit (XWNB5201)
  2. NETGEAR Powerline 500 1-Port Extra Outlet Essentials Edition Starter Kit (XAVB5421)
  3. Netgear Powerline 500 with Wi-Fi – Essentials Edition (XWNB5221-100PAS)
  4. NETGEAR ProSAFE GS105NA 5-Port Gigabit Switch (GS105NA)
  5. NETGEAR Powerline 500 1-Port Essentials Edition Starter Kit (XAVB5221)
  6. NETGEAR Powerline 500 Nano 1 GigE Port Starter Kit (XAVB5101)

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