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Solwise Piggy6 'an excellent networking solution'

Homeplug networking products are becoming more commonplace as the technology develops but the major drawback is that you need one plug socket per device, according to an industry expert.

One solution is to install network switches which allows multiple devices to be plugged in, states Cnet's Ian Morris.

However, you are still limited to using one device per socket at a time.

With the Solwise Piggy6 HomePlug users can plug three devices in simultaneously and the filtered signal is less likely to suffer from connection loss or missing data packages, making home networks more reliable.

Mr Morris says: "This little device makes sure all the cabling is high-quality, which should prevent any glitches in video streaming due to interference."

According to, powerline networking is a reliable alternative to Wi-Fi and creates less cabling clutter as networkable devices can be plugged directly into a wall socket.ADNFCR-1186-ID-18930459-ADNFCR

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