Belkin F5Z0103UK N Wireless ADSL2+ Modem Router + 4 Port Switch With Belkin N Wireless USB Adaptor RRP £109.99 only £44.99 @ Play - HotUKDeals
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Good price for this as elsewhere: -
Amazon £79.99
Dell £69.78
BT Shop £78.76
Misco UK £90.99
PC World £91.63
Digital Fusion £131.62

Also, theres a few £5 off a £50 spend vouchers; so you may as well add something for £5.01+ and use the voucher codes to get the extra purchase free(ish)

The Bundle includes Belkin's N Wireless Modem Router and the N Wireless USB Adapter.

Belkin's N Wireless Modem Router is perfect for setting up a wireless network that has the range to easily cover any-size home or office. The N Wireless Modem Router has the fastest speeds for handling applications that take up large amounts of your bandwidth.

Connecting the N Wireless Modem Router to your ADSL line lets you share your broadband Internet account with all your networked computers. Now you can quickly and efficiently exchange documents, share resources, and stream digital music throughout your network.

The N Wireless Modem Router is the central connection point of your wireless network. You can add up to 16 computers to your Wireless Network with additional desktop and notebook adapters. Position your Belkin Modem Router in between your broadband ADSL line and your computer to start sharing your broadband Internet access.

The N Wireless USB Adapter connects your desktop or notebook computer to a wireless network. Providing greater range and faster speeds, N offers an excellent solution for sending large files such as video, music, photos, and documents among the networked computers in your home.

Based on the 802.11n draft, N Wireless enables multiple receivers and transmitters to send and receive data using Intelligent MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) spatial multiplexing techniques which greatly increases speed, coverage, and the reliability of the wireless network.

Product Description: Belkin N Wireless Modem Router - wireless router F5D8636uk4A - with Belkin N Wireless USB Adapter F5D8053uk
Device Type: Wireless router + 4-port switch (integrated)
Form Factor: External
Localisation: United Kingdom
Data Transfer Rate: 300 Mbps
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Routing Protocol: Static IP routing
Data Link Protocol: Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft 2.0)
Network / Transport Protocol: TCP/IP, PPTP, IPSec
Remote Management Protocol: HTTP
Digital Signaling Protocol: ADSL, ADSL2, ADSL2+
Included Accessories: POTS filter
Features: Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), IPSec passthrough
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, Wi-Fi Protected Setup, IEEE 802.11n (draft 2.0)
Manufacturer Warranty: Limited lifetime warranty
Bundled with: Belkin N Wireless USB Adapter
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#2
Is this the one I nee fir sky bb?
#3
Voted hot - great spot andywedge
#4
Voted hot.
#5
PS Don't forget quidco! :whistling:
#6
ok so i get this is a router, whats the usb adapter for? is that just for portable systems without wireless cards?? or is it some kind of booster?

seems great, will this work with BT?
1 Like #7
USB adaptor is to make a pc/laptop wireless
will work fine on BT, Sky, O2 and anything else you plug into a phone line.
#8
With Sky - you would need to get your username/password off your old router first.
#9
sonofaah
Is this the one I nee fir sky bb?


Yes.
#10
Have one of these routers - great piece of kit, particularly at this price. And Belkin customer care is second to none. :thumbsup:
#11
Great price for a fantastic router!
#12
It might be the one you need for Sky but they won't let you use it as it is against their t & c s.
#13
It was also this price 2 weeks ago
#14
Why is the rrp so expensive, wifi routers are about £50 or under now any way
#15
Is this what I need to be able to connect both my Orange Home Hub and wireless printer to my laptop?

Sorry, but I'm not that technical minded :thinking:.
#16
Anyone know if I could bridge 2 of these together? Also I presume there is no gigabit on this?

its 10/100MB, oh well search continues!
#17
See http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/625230/40-99-discount-voucher-code-on-belk for all info regarding set up etc :thumbsup:
#18
rhinopaul
Why is the rrp so expensive, wifi routers are about £50 or under now any way


Often quite hard to find modem/routers (for us non cable folk) for this price though, especially N ones with a free adapter.

Good deal.
#19
Don't Sky Broadband restrict your download speed if you don't use the router they give you?
#20
is it worth getting if my wirless card is 802.11 b/g ?
#21
Mine was never restricted and i stopped using mine a week after signing up. If anything it got faster (with no connection drops!)
#22
nectar
is it worth getting if my wirless card is 802.11 b/g ?


It depends what your using now, the signal will be stronger so you can connect further away but you will still be limited to 54mbps if transferring files on the network. If range isnt a problem dont waste your money :thumbsup:
#23
bought one for £41 in the old deal a week ago and a nice bit of kit,set up in 10 mins and hasant disconnected once in the week ive been using it and runs 3x faster than my old router:)
#24
Joshua Klein
Is this what I need to be able to connect both my Orange Home Hub and wireless printer to my laptop?

Sorry, but I'm not that technical minded :thinking:.


Not really, this does the same as the orange home hub...The free bit does what you need tho.

You can get the USB bit on its own for under £20 for a good one...Or £6 from argos clearance bargains on ebay but its a bit unsightly lol
#25
Bought this last week & I'm having problems with it on Windows 7 x64....I also called Belkin Support & tried to get my PC Wireless with the USB Adapter & even they could not help.Also the USB Adapter Cradle you don't get with this deal ?????
#26
How does this router handle G and N devices on the same network? Will the N device still get the top speed?
#27
WheresMeNuts
Bought this last week & I'm having problems with it on Windows 7 x64....I also called Belkin Support & tried to get my PC Wireless with the USB Adapter & even they could not help.Also the USB Adapter Cradle you don't get with this deal ?????


crap and just ordered it earlier, anyone else having problems with win7 x64 ?
#29
Just went for this.

DAM this site, Spent too much on here. :)

dont need USB dongle ALWAYS run cable if i can.
#30
KiNG
crap and just ordered it earlier, anyone else having problems with win7 x64 ?


I guess you're talking about using the USB adapter... haven't tried that on Win 7 64-bit, but the router works fine through wired network cable connection (as you'd expect).
#31
Got one last week and sending back as it's crap, syncs loads slower than my 3 year old Linksys WAG200G, drops it from 3300 down to 2600, also the wireless range is no better and drops the connection regularly.
#32
b1g1an
Got one last week and sending back as it's crap, syncs loads slower than my 3 year old Linksys WAG200G, drops it from 3300 down to 2600, also the wireless range is no better and drops the connection regularly.


Your using the USB dongle??. Cable connection is way forward. I only ever need the wireless for phone so this will be much much better over my Be box which disconnects after an hour.
#33
Anyone know how good these are with Mac's?
#34
Does anyone know of orange livebox is N?

I get consistently fast wireless speeds using a Macbook with is compatible with N.

My desktop has a G card and it's quite slow in comparison
#35
hmsq82
Anyone know if I could bridge 2 of these together? Also I presume there is no gigabit on this?

its 10/100MB, oh well search continues!


Same boat.

Only router I've found so far (that has gig lan, N and is an ADSL2+ modem)is the Netgear DGN3500-100. But its pretty damn pricey.
#36
huggychair
Don't Sky Broadband restrict your download speed if you don't use the router they give you?


Nope, but they will usually cut you off untill you switch back to their **** router after a few weeks.

Also, you need to actually hack the router or use an online tool to get the info off the sky router before you can think of using another one ^^
#37
Bought one for home, will see how it will perform, thanks for the offer :)
#38
Great modem/router. bought mine last year for £80, never have any connection drops, and gained a lot of speed over my old Linksys router.

WheresMeNuts
Bought this last week & I'm having problems with it on Windows 7 x64....I also called Belkin Support & tried to get my PC Wireless with the USB Adapter & even they could not help.Also the USB Adapter Cradle you don't get with this deal ?????


I've had this router for ages, had no problems on my Win7 x64 machine since I built it. Have also built a number of other machines with Win7 x64, and they've had no problems either (used a belkin N and Netgear G, USB adapters, and few laptops with various wireless adapters).
#39
thanks for posting this
#40
Never heard of sky. Cutting of your router...I think that's a load
of pish

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