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The new line of "Linksys by Cisco" Powerline products include adapters based on both HomePlug 1.0 plus Turbo and HomePlug AV standards.

HomePlug 1.0 plus Turbo and AV products have maximum link rates of 85 Mbps and 200 Mbps respectively.

There are four new adapters—two with single 10/100 ports and two with four port 10/100 switches.

The Linksys by Cisco Powerline AV and Powerline Turbo lines will start shipping next month. MSRPs and model numbers are:

PLTE300 PowerLine Turbo Ethernet Bridge - $69.99

PLTS300 PowerLine Turbo 4-Port Ethernet Bridge - $89.99

PLTK300 Kit with PowerLine Turbo 4-Port Ethernet Bridge + Ethernet Bridge - $149.99

PLE300 PowerLine AV Ethernet Bridge - $89.99

PLS300 PowerLine AV 4-Port Ethernet Bridge - $99.99

PLK300 Kit with PowerLine AV 4-Port Ethernet Bridge + Ethernet Bridge - $179.99

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