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Netgear Wireless-N 150 USB Adapter - Accesorio de red (Inalámbrico, USB, 150 Mbit/s, Negro, WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, 2400 MHz)

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  • Algoritmo de seguridad: WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
  • IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
  • Interfaz de host (USB)
  • Link / Act LED
  • Mac, compatible

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Detalles técnicos
SeriesWireless-N 150 USB Adapter
Peso del producto168 g
Dimensiones del producto16,2 x 13,5 x 4,1 cm
Número de modelo del productoWNA1100-100ENS
Tipo de conexión inalámbrica802.11g
Sistema operativoMicrosoft Windows 7, XP, Vista (32/64-bit)
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Producto en desde8 de febrero de 2010

Descripción del producto

Otras características:
Algoritmos de seguridad soportados: WEP, WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK
Altura: 8,83 mm
Ancho: 1,844 cm
Color del producto: Negro
Compatible con Mac: Si
Cumplimientos estándar de la industria: IEEE 802.11 b/g/n
Distancia entre canales: 2400 MHz
Interfaz de host: USB
Link / Act LED: Si
Peso: 74g
Procesador mínimo: Intel Pentium 300 MHz
Profundidad: 6,086 cm
Sistemas operativos compatibles: Microsoft Windows 7, XP, Vista (32/64-bit)
Tasa de transferencia (máx): 150 Mbit/s
Tecnología de conectividad: Inalámbrico

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Extremely satisfied with this user friendly product 16 de junio de 2010
Por Neolinux123 - Publicado en
Excellent product, very easy to setup and use. Glad someone found how to make a device that will allow electronic devices that can only take ethernet connectiion but are far away from a Router and running a Cat5 Cable is not an option.

I have Replay TV DVR that only takes ethernet cable to update TV Guide and due to this I was stuck with using this unit only at a location where I had access to ethernet cable, I bought the Netgear WNCE2001 and now I am able to use my Replay TV anywhere around the house.

I also tried connecting this to a 24 port switch and was able to plug in devices into the switch and access in essence it made my 24 port switch into a 24 port wireless switch.
74 de 76 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Easy Upgrade to 802.11n 14 de agosto de 2011
Por smgsmc - Publicado en
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(1) This adapter easily provides 802.11n wireless connectivity to a PC or laptop with a USB port. In order to get the full speed benefit, of course, you need an 802.11n wireless access point. But it is backwardly compatible with the more widely deployed 802.11 b/g WiFi access points.

(2) The adapter has approximately the same size as a thumb drive and can be plugged directly into a USB port. Netgear also provides an auxiliary cradle with a 52" cable. The cable plugs into a USB port, and the adapter plugs into the cradle. The cradle is useful if you are using the adapter with a PC placed under a desk, for example. You can position the adapter for best RF reception.

(3) The adapter runs only slightly warm to the touch. It has an inside slot, which allows good air circulation. When plugged into the cradle, the adapter is held at an ~45 deg angle from vertical, again allowing good air circulation.

(4) The adapter does require you to load drivers. I'm using it with an old PC running Win XP. No problems. Just load in the setup CD and follow the step-by-step instructions. You should check for compatibility with other versions of Win.

(5) If you have a PC with a standard Ethernet port, an alternative adapter is the Netgear WNCE2001 Ethernet-to-802.11n adapter. That unit does not require drivers; however, it is a lot more expensive (~$60). It also runs hotter and does not come with a cradle (Netgear supplies Velcro strips if you want to mount the unit to a surface). Prices vary a lot day-to-day on Amazon. I bought this USB adapter a month ago for $35, now I see it's selling for $24. That's a good bargain.

(6) One word of caution concerning what this adapter will *not* do. It will not allow you to connect a non-network printer with a USB port to a wireless network. This adapter converts USB signals to 802.11n signals. It does not have a network protocol stack loaded in firmware.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Very nice! 19 de agosto de 2010
Por SkyeNoir - Publicado en
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When we first got our PS3, I had looked and looked for something like this adapter but found nothing. (Our original 20GB doesn't have built-in wifi). Getting the PS3 connected to the internet turned into some of a chore, eventually settling down to a mini PC with wifi providing network connectivity via Internet Connection Sharing under WinXP. Not a good setup.

On the side, I also do work on PCs and Macs. Getting them online for the latest OS updates, drives, etc was always a task that involved transporting loads of files via USB drive and then adding a wifi dongle as needed. Not exactly ideal, but dragging an network cable around the place wasn't appealing either.

When the Netgear device came along, I was more than ready to give it a shot. Setting it up with our network info was quick and painless, just followed the onscreen instructions. Once done, I tested it with my netbook to make sure all was well. Within about 30 seconds, it was online and ready to go. Next came the PS3, which also accepted it without a hitch after half a minute or so. And finally, I started taking it around to various computers and plugging it in. Not a single item balked at using it, and transfer speeds were very good.

About the only complaint I could make about the unit is the time it takes to connect to your network initially. It's under a minute, but, I'm impatient. It certainly takes a good deal longer than any of the other wifi enabled devices we own. But, really, unless you're moving it around a lot, it isn't something you're likely to notice. (And you're likely to be more patient than me.)

One other thing I'd like to note is the dual power options. The unit comes with a small wallwart, but, you can power it up via USB port. Both work equally well, and have their benefits. The difference is that if you use USB, the unit will power up and down with whatever you have it plugged into, which is when you might see the lag in connecting. If you use the wallwart, then the unit stays on all the time and you will only see the lag the fist time you use it.

It's a very nice tool to have on hand, and the price is on par with a number of the standard USB wifi adapters that can't be programmed. So far, range hasn't been an issue, but I haven't tested it extensively. I also haven't tried using it as an input to another wifi router, though I plan to at some point.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Amazing Device and Price is Right! 15 de agosto de 2010
Por urban tech guy - Publicado en
WOW! I purchased the Netgear Universal Wifi Internet Adapter today and I was a little hesitant because it less expensive than other similar devices I've seen. Once I got home I opened the package and my Mac computer was connected to my WiFi Connection at home within minutes, so simple to set up. You can do a WPS automatic Connection if your wireless router supports that feature or you can set up the device using your computer (which is how I connected my device). I powered up my device and then connected the included ethernet cable to my Mac and opened the browser. The Netgear setup screen appeared and showed all the wifi networks available near me. I selected my network and less than a minute later I was connected. I suggest you connect the device wherever you're going to use it so you won't have to unplug and move the device like me. I purchased this adapter to connect my Samsung Blueray Player to the internet. Works perfectly, watching Netflix Streaming Movies and Listening to Pandora with no problems. Good range with this device as well, my wireless router (Belkin) is on the second floor of my house and the Netgear Internet Adapter is in the basement, works just fine.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Worked great for 7 months and then... 5 de enero de 2014
Por J. Johns - Publicado en
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After 7 months, the WNCE2001 stopped making a complete connection to my router. I tried troubleshooting it for an hour or so. No luck, the WLAN light wouldn't come on or connect no matter what I tried. No big deal, I thought I'd call Netgear support and get an RMA. That's when the real trouble started.

Netgear's warranty policy is about the worst I've ever dealt with. Their wireless products carry a 1 year warranty, but you have to PAY them to have dead hardware diagnosed, if it's more than 90 days after purchase.

So how are you supposed to get a Return Authorization, on a defective product under warranty, if you have to pay to speak with someone to confirm the product is dead? Only an idiot would agree to that.

I understand them not wanting to provide networking support long after the sale, but charging a customer to diagnose BROKEN/DEFECTIVE hardware during the warranty period is almost extortion.

I like their products, but between terrible offshore support from someone who knows less than me and charging a customer to get a warranty item replaced, I don't think I'll buy another Netgear product.

What bonehead came up with this policy?

I'm pretty knowledgeable about wireless networking and computers. I try everything before calling support, because I know it will be as much fun as a colonoscopy.

I got an RMA and didn't pay because I wouldn't give in. I asked a bunch of times, and they wouldn't tell me what the charge would have been if I had been willing to pay. I assume it would have been more than the wireless Ethernet adapter cost in the first place.

I'll find a different brand going forward.

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