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Belkin - IEEE 802.11n USB - Wi-Fi Adapter

Easy SetupConnect your computer to your modem or router without cables. Just plug the adapter into your computer's USB port and insert the setup CD, and you're ready to connect to the Internet from anywhere in your home.SpeedGet wireless speeds ideal for surfing, emailing and instant messaging-up to 150Mbps.
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Will it work with Ubuntu 11.04?

4 years, 9 months ago
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Yes, I have used this device with Ubuntu 11.04.
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Unfortunately no. The Belkin N150 adapter is only compatible with windows based PC's.

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Would this be compatible with a blu ray player?

I would like to stream netflix through our family room blu ray player, would this be a compatible device?
5 years, 1 month ago
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Unfortunately no. The Belkin N150 adapter is only compatible with windows based PC's.

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No. The manufacturer of your blu-ray player also manufactures compatible adapters. Alternatively, you can buy a universal wifi adapter which doesn't require drivers and should therefore (in theory) be compatible with any wifi capable device. A universal device is usually cheaper, (about $50 compared to about $80 for a major manufacturer's adapter) but due to the endless possible combinations of hardware its tough to get good tech support if you have problems and technically it could void the warranty of the blu-ray player.
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what kind of security is it compatible with

is it compatible with wpa and wpa2 and with the other security standers for wi-fi
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The Belkin N150 is compatible with WPA/WPA 2 and WEP security standards.

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This device DOES support all standard encryption types including WEP, WPA/WPA2. This will work with any standard Open or Secured network. You can connect to any open network without a password. You will need to know the password to be able to connect to a Secured network. This is true for any wireless adapter.
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will this work using an older Dell tower along with a wifi router?

4 years, 11 months ago
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The Belkin N150 adapter is compatible with Windows XP Service pack 3 and higher. Please refer to your operating system version for compatibility.

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Yes
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Will this work with a Dell inspirion 1100 (OLD laptop) ?

Will this work with a Dell inspirion 1100 (OLD laptop) ?
4 years, 8 months ago
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Yes, it will work on virtually any computer that has Windows 2000+ I think? Cause it runs on my very, very old Gateway 815GM PC. (2004)

I didnt purchase it, I got it as a hand-me-down from my grandfather.
 
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The Belkin N150 USB wireless adapter is compatible with computers running Windows XP SP3.

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does this work with usb 1.1

4 years, 7 months ago
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yes
4 years, 4 months ago
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Yes.

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Does this device work on a macbook computer? And how exactly does this device work?

5 years, 3 months ago
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Unfortunately no, the Belkin N150 USB adapter is only compatible with windows based PC's.

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Mac OS X 10.5 or 10.6 if u have one of these versions of the OS then it should work fine. Just install the driver from the disk (if the disk works on a mac) then plug it in.
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Will this work with a TV

Will this product work with a HDTV that has an available USB port?
5 years, 1 month ago
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I don't think so?
4 years, 3 months ago
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Unfortunately no. The Belkin N150 adapter is only compatible with windows based PC's.

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Belkin Support
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Distance from router

What is the distance limitation from wireless router?
4 years, 11 months ago
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The distance is determined by the broadcast range of your router.

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Basiclly the standard is ~300ft. But it depends on what is between the router and the device (ie walls, furnature, etc).
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Is this WEP or WPA Encrypted?

4 years, 10 months ago
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The Belkin N150 supports both WEP and WPA encryption.

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Yes, this device DOES support WEP and WPA encryption. I use it with WEP enabled Belkin router.
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