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Product Rank: AV2-MIMO Powerline

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#1
1.7

September 2015
Powerline 1200 AV2 Adapter Kit with Built-in Outlet
Performance
Features

HomePlug AV2-MIMO adapter based on Qualcomm's QCA7500 chipset with filtered pass-through outlet

$ 120

#2
2.3

HomePlug AV2 MIMO Adapter set with 3 port Gigabit switch and pass through outlet based on QCA7500 chipset.

$ 121

#3
2.7

HomePlug AV2-MIMO adapter based on Qualcomm's QCA7500 chipset. Also available with pass through outlet (PLP1200).

$ 74

#4
3.0

First HomePlug AV2-MIMO adapter using Broadcom's BCM60500 chipset

$ 60

#5
4.0
(Tie)

First-to-market HomePlug AV2-MIMO adapter based on Qualcomm's QCA7500 chipset.

$ 145

#5
4.0
(Tie)

Second HomePlug AV2-MIMO adapter based on Qualcomm's QCA7500 chipset.

$ 55

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