Yeah i know you can use a Ethernet Switch,i already have one at the back of my Tv For the Xbox One,Playstation 4 and the tv,would it be practical to have to use another from the Sky Hub situated in the office.
Im also not convinced that there Hub is on par with my Netgear router that cost around £200,do i discard that for there Hub.
I already use all my 4 ports on the Netgear ,Homeplugs,Sonus you name it.?
I also read but may have got a little confused that only sky Homeplugs are compatible but don't take me word for it,didn't even know they produced any.
This is part of the quote and I'm completely in the dark regarding this because i thought this was standard for any router........
The WiFi is run by a new Sky router Ė the Sky Q Hub. As an added boon, Sky claims the Q setup can send broadband signal over electrical wiring to create a complete home network and can turn mini hubs into broadband hotspots. I didnít get a chance to test the feature by checking network speed differences with the hotspots turned on and off, but can definitely see its appeal in homes with poor WiFi signal in remote rooms.
Im also not sold on the Sky Q package i was offered when looking online and when i get the option.
I sky Silver Box and a Mini for £99 plus £50 installation.
I know you can stream stuff to the sky mini but my girlfriend likes watching and recording her own stuff so this does not work for us.
Don't want her shouting down the stairs ever 10 minutes asking me to record this and that..........
im not convinced they have thought this through if I'm honest because there are plenty of people out there with multi-room boxes and this is not going to suit those people that want to record when they can not using the Mini.
Edited by time2die (Wed 17-Feb-16 18:11:15)