I want to install a powerline adapter to boost my home network and need the ethernet sockets to be at the bottom of the adapter but looking at all the product images it appears the ports are on the top. I don't understand why this appers true for the UK but for other regions it appers they can orientate the adapter such that the leads enter the base. If the adapter is locatted directly behind a desk having the posrt on top may be helpful for all other circumstances it is not. Surely it is far more sensinble to have the adapter orientated such that the leads exit down. I have seen others raise similar comments. It looks like the only UK adapters doing this are old low spec models, why?
I need to resolve network connectivity to my living room but not if that means ethernet cables looking like a fountain against my living room wall. It appears that it is not just TP-Link making the uK suffer this way. Does anyone know a of a high spec powerline adapter with 2/3 ports which is configured such that the ethernet leads exit downwards (any manufacturer)?