The powerline is an easy way to connect to the internet when there's no WiFi signal. The powerline uses regular electricity to form a connection to the internet, so one need simply connect the adaptor to an electrical socket, and it forms a LAN connection without the need to waste time filling the wall with holes. Of course, the transfer speed largely depends on the stability of your connection, but this model usually offers an ideal of 1000 Mb/s. A pack has 2 piece(s) adaptéru. The primary unit of the D-Link powerline has one LAN connector, and the secondary unit has one. The terminal will work with E and F wall sockets. One big advantage is that the adaptors on this device are designed with a through-socket. You will thus still be able to connect various other electronics. The signalling diodes will keep you posted on the status of your connection. The primary unit will give you a LAN data transfer speed of 10/100/1000 Mb/s. The secondary unit has a speed of 10/100/1000 Mb/s.