D-Link unveils new PowerLine 200Mbps mini adapters

announced the launch of its latest in PowerLine 200Mbps home networking
solutions with a new line of mini adapters.

PowerLine AV Mini Adapter and PowerLine AV Mini Adapter Starter Kit, as well as
the PowerLine AV 4-Port Switch Mini Adapter Starter Kit transform a home’s
existing electrical wiring into a high-speed home network.

PowerLine technology
delivers a reliable and secure wireless signal throughout the home ideal for
connecting a desktop, laptop or wired entertainment device in those
hard-to-reach spots, such as homes or small offices where concrete walls,
successive floors in multi-storied buildings, or other architectural
impediments could inhibit a wireless signal.

speeds of up to 200Mbps over existing electrical wiring, D-Link’s
latest PowerLine products are ideal for high-bandwidth network-ready devices
such as the Boxee Box by D-Link, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and more.
And the compact size only takes up one electrical outlet on a standard plug,
enabling consumers to plug in more devices.

PowerLine solutions are designed to meet the growing demand for a strong and
reliable wireless network at every spot within the home, regardless of the
structural or environmental hindrances,” said Daniel Kelley, associate
vice president of consumer marketing, D-Link North America.

tapping into a home’s existing electrical wiring, our new PowerLine switch kit
and mini adapters offer a high-speed network for not only previously
unreachable coverage areas, but for entire home entertainment systems,
providing uninterrupted connectivity for playing, working and enjoying all
types of media,” Kelley added.

PowerLine AV Mini Adapter and PowerLine AV Mini Adapter Starter Kit can be
plugged into an existing power outlet to add a PowerLine connection to an
existing PowerLine Network. Or, create a PowerLine right out of the box using
the PowerLine AV 4-Port Switch Mini Adapter Starter Kit, which includes the
PowerLine AV 4-Port Switch and one adapter.

connect the adapter into an existing outlet, connect it to the router and plug
the switch into any other room for an instant shared connection. Equipped with
4 ports, the switch enables consumers to connect more devices per room ideal
for a home entertainment system or home office eliminating the hassle of
tangled and messy wires.

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