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EXPIRED-Netgear WG111 Wireless 54Mbps USB Adapter Refurb £4.00 @Misco (ebay outlet)INC DELIVERY

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Netgear WG111 Wireless 54Mbps USB Adpater Refurb

Netgear's 54 Mbps Wireless USB 2.0 Adapter enables 54 Mbps wireless Internet access to either your desktop or notebook PC. Its antenna technology delivers greater range so you can move extended distances without losing your connection. Setup is now made quick and easy with a Smart Wizard install assistant. High-level WEP encryption shields your network from wireless eavesdroppers without sacrificing performance.

This adapter supports office roaming for notebook PC users for shared broadband Internet access and resources. Gives you untethered mobility at home, the office, the airport, and other public hotspots. NETGEAR's Wireless LAN Manager lets you create profiles that reflect specific WLAN settings for each place you travel.

The WG111 simply plugs into the external USB port of your PC, eliminating the need to open up your desktop PC. Gain full mobility with your notebook, or place your desktop anywhere in your home, without the need to use unsightly Ethernet cables. 802.11g standard compliance ensures interoperability with existing 802.11b and 802.11g networks.

Please Note: Drivers are NOT included with this item. The drivers are available for download on Netgear's website.


Specifications
Product Description Netgear WG111 Wireless 54Mbps USB Adpater Refurb
Device type Network adapter
Frequency Band 2.4Ghz
Data Transfer Rate 54 Mbps
Data Link Protocol IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Warranty 30 days
Interface (Bus) Type Hi-Speed USB
OS Required Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP
Weight 32 g
Dimensions (WxDxH) 3 cm x 9.5 cm x 1.5 cm
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#1
Can someone confirm for me that all I have to do is plug this into my desktop and it'll give me a broadband signal from my router?
#2
Should do (provided that you have a modem attached or inbuilt to the router) - also be wary of the version number on these as some aren't compatible with windows 7. V1 maybe though it might install automatically under win 7 I can't say.
#3
I tried to use this item on our new desktop running win 7 and it was a nightmare. After hours of searching for and installing drivers gave up and bought a newer Belkin. It did however work fine for years on XP.
#4
I run on Windows XP so it should be problem free(ish) then
#5
Only mentions WEP encryption,does anyone know if this supports WPA

Update:Just looked at Netgear specs and No it doesn't support WPA encryption

Edited By: Skybird on Mar 05, 2011 20:37
#6
Works with backtrack.
#7
This came with our Netgear DG834G router. Works absolutely fine on our old XP laptop as long as it's plugged in during boot up. Bit iffy if you plug it in while the laptop is on.

Our connection is hidden and WPA encrypted and works fine.
#8
not worth £4 imo. Firstly, this is really old tech, wireless b/g, no mention of WPA in above description. Second, its a refurb.

Better off going to solwise and getting their micro usb wireless n dongle, which is tiny, supports WPA and windows 7, and is only £9.50 inc del. brand new
#9
Whats this like for reception? I guess it wont work as good as a desktop card with a actual ariel?
#10
Netgear also do a WG111 adapter as well as an adpater!!!:p
#11
Be real careful buying these. They have a tendancy to overheat. I've owned two (new) and both overheated regularly. I ended up buying the 2nd to plug in whenever the other overheated.
#12
I've had one of those for about 3 years now works sweet with anything I throw at it. Works with linux too!
#13
I had an older version and very unreliable.... personally I'd get something newer that supports W7 and WPA encryption.
#14
spannerzone
I had an older version and very unreliable.... personally I'd get something newer that supports W7 and WPA encryption.


Could you recommend something please?
#15
derek145
Can someone confirm for me that all I have to do is plug this into my desktop and it'll give me a broadband signal from my router?


i have this... its not plug and play you need to install drivers.. it was also dropping connection for me... i wouldn't advise to buy

Edited By: cigbunt on Mar 06, 2011 11:15
#16
Working great for me on Vista (though only installed a couple of days ago). Gives a good signal even though the antenna must be tiny. It's WG111v3, and definitely supports WPA.
#17
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#18
Yes, still available from their website, but £6.38 because they add postage. It's annoying that they insist on paypal on ebay - I don't have a paypal account (since the wikileaks brouhaha), and end up having to pay postage.
#19
worked ok with my visa lap top , but sticks out about 3" and was always getting knocked.
the last time it packed up on me. but for £4 it was still a good buy.

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