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NETGEAR N150 Wi-Fi USB Adapter (WNA1100)
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- Wi-Fi Standard-IEEE 802.11n (draft).Wireless Security-WEP .WPA-PSK .WPA2-PSK..Physical Characteristics-Depth-2.4.
- ISM Band-Yes.Interfaces/Ports-Host Interface-USB.Physical Characteristics-Weight (Approximate)-2.61 oz.
- ISM Maximum Frequency-2.40 GHz.Physical Characteristics-Height-0.3.
- Wireless Transmission Speed-150 Mbps;Physical Characteristics-Width-0.7;
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According to Roland, in order to purchase what's called a Roland WNA 1100RL for around $50. To me that price seemed out of whack with I had preview spend on other USB WiFi adapters.
So I did a little research and, like a small number of resourceful Roland owners, I found that the this Netgear WNA 1100 is pretty much the same as the Roland, but for quite a bit less money.
I'm glad I found this.
It also only connected at a max transfer rate of 1 mb per second which is quite slow for today's technology standards. I did some research and it turn out that it is a factory flaw within the flashing process. I could fix it but its not worth my effort into fixing the companies mistakes. I would have given it 1 star but *technically* it did work, just very poorly.
-Requires to use Netgear (bloat-ware)
-Only transfers up to 1 mb and not 54 mb
If your going to get a cheap adapter, I would get something else.
(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.