D-Link today introduced the DHP-303 PowerLine HD Network Starter Kit. The kit has two UPA-based adapters spec'd at up to 200 Mbps maximum raw throughput.
Setup is quick and easy by pushing a button on each adapter to set up a 3DES-encrypted connection. Other features include automatic QoS and a power-saving mode that powers down each adapter when it is not in use.
The DHP-303 is available immediately at $139.99 MSRP for the kit with two adapters.
D-Link's CES product rollout includes two draft 11n routers, two network surveillance video recorders, two IP cameras and a previously-announced MoCA coax-to-Ethernet adapter. However, firm pricing and availability were given for only three of the nine products announced, so please curb your enthusiasm right now!
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