devolo and TechRadar have teamed up to offer five lucky readers the chance to win a dLAN 200 AV Wireless N starter kit worth over £100.
Setting up a high-speed network around the home is made easy using powerline network adapters which can piggy-back signals over your existing mains electrical system when inserted into a conventional plug socket.
devolo adapters currently offer transfer speeds of up to 200MB/s, which is more than enough for distributing high-speed broadband or streaming high-definition video.
If you want wireless networking in another part of the house that your router doesn't cover this is where the Wireless N comes in.
Effectively, it functions as a remote wireless access point with the main Wi-Fi-capable adapter sitting in a plug socket in one room of the house being fed signals from your router in another using an additional adapter provided.
The main adapter has a four-LED status display and a WPS button for setting up an encrypted wireless network. It supports the 802.11n Wi-Fi standard and three Ethernet ports allow for direct cable connection to network compatible kit.
The dLAN 200 AV Wireless N can fix Wi-Fi 'not spots' in and around your home, so obstacles such as thick walls can be tackled. It can even be used to connect a shed, outbuilding or garage space to your home network - anywhere that has an electrical output.
To find out more about the dLAN 200 AV Wireless N or to find more information on all devolo products, visit www.devolo.co.uk.
This competition has now closed. The winners are: Bob Whittaker, Kim Searle, Hannah Igoe, Hannah Vawser and Paul Rice.
Please note that this competition is only open to UK residents over 18 years of age.
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