Eliminate messy cables and watch TV the way you want
Television is changing. Almost anything you can watch on cable or satellite, you can also watch on the Internet — for free. Free sites like Hulu, YouTube, ESPN3.com, and A la carte pay options like MLB.com, Netflix, Vudu, and HuluPlus are changing the way you get your entertainment.
This poses a problem for people with internet access in one part of the house and a TV in another part of the house: How do you get the Internet to the TV without running dozens of feet of wire?
RCA has the solution: The HDP50 Powerlink Internet Media Kit
You can now stream web content to your Internet TV using your home's power lines. The transceivers turn your power outlets into a high-speed internet connection. Just connect your Ethernet cable to one transceiver and you're ready to stream. The kit is even expandable to include multiple locations in one house. Changing the way you watch TV… even more
The HDP50 puts a high-speed web connection almost anywhere you need it in your house up to 150 feet away from your modem. It takes web content, like movies, sites, games and more, from your modem or router and sends it over your home's existing power lines to virtually any power outlet in your house, like the one next to your TV, Blu-ray player or video game system.
It works with all internet-ready devices
The HDP50 is for anyone with a web-capable entertainment device, like a Connected (Web-Ready) TV, Blu-ray Player, Gaming System, Satellite Receiver or even another computer. It works with anything that has an Ethernet port: Connected TVs, Blu-ray Players, Gaming Systems, Computers, Satellite Receivers and much more.
Interconnect your whole house
The Powerlink Media Kit works with up to 6 additional adapters (sold separately). That's a total of 8 different outlets you can turn into high-speed data ports, or 7 different rooms you can turn into Internet Theaters.
Powerlink supports all types of internet streaming
The HDP50 supports transfer rates of up to 200Mbps, more than enough for 1080p video. Of course, you must have a TV that's capable of displaying both high-definition video and web content.
Why is Powerlink better than Wi-Fi or Ethernet cable alone?
Powerlink is the only connection option that gives you a high-speed connection wherever you want without long, messy wire runs (or expensive custom install) and without interference.