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Hi John, yes you need the twin pack as that contains the plug in adaptor that goes into the power and is attached to your router - the other one plugs in to whatever you need to connect (in my case to my smart TV in the lounge and then the other single pack plugs into the smart TV in the kitchen) via the power outlet a… see more Hi John, yes you need the twin pack as that contains the plug in adaptor that goes into the power and is attached to your router - the other one plugs in to whatever you need to connect (in my case to my smart TV in the lounge and then the other single pack plugs into the smart TV in the kitchen) via the power outlet and a physical cable from TV to the adaptor. However, I am thinking that if you have a Wi-Fi laptop, you may be better off looking at a router signal extender which I have in the kitchen to give me a better internet signal as my iPad would not pick up the internet other than in the office where the router was. Hope this helps. see less
By Frantic on 19 March 2014
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sorry unable to help with this question although my purchase worked with an older model of this product.
By Mr. S. A. Bradford on 07 April 2014
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To be honest, I don't know but I doubt it. If you contact support.uk@tp-link.com or phonr 0845 147 0017 the TP support people will advise you.
By Orlix on 20 June 2014
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I'm not sure how they compare as I only had this one, but I would check other makes as one of my units died after a year and I saw several reviews where the same thing seems to have happened.
By SW on 06 December 2014
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At present I'm using five of these in total with no problems.
By maverick on 01 October 2014
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In theory yes, just make sure that they use the same standards. Suggest check with TP.
By Wendy S. on 06 September 2014
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Yes - three years! They will replace a faulty device after you have made contact and received a reference number. You have to post it to TP-Link or drop it in for it to be checked and it must have that number to show genuine problem - hence contact them first by e mail and answer a few questions - prove purchase etc.… see more Yes - three years! They will replace a faulty device after you have made contact and received a reference number. You have to post it to TP-Link or drop it in for it to be checked and it must have that number to show genuine problem - hence contact them first by e mail and answer a few questions - prove purchase etc. If you are near Cardiff Road, Reading, Berkshire - that is the location of GB offices. They are very helpful. Suggest you look at www.tp-link.com see less
By Paul C on 30 November 2013
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TP-Links are all compatible so yes the 500 Mbps adaptor can be used with the 200 Mbps starter kit but you must accept that the throughput will be at the 200 Mbps and not at 500 Mbps.
By Delighted on 07 March 2014
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Sorry , I do not know whether they are compatible or not.
By G2 on 12 September 2014