NETGEAR Universal N600 Dual Band Wi-Fi to Ethernet Adapter (WNCE3001)
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- Dual Band provides maximum performance for video streaming - Connects any network port (Ethernet port) to your home network: TVs, Blu-ray Players, Game Consoles - Universal device, no worries about compatibility or drivers - Powered from either a USB port, or plug. With USB no messy wires! - Supports Windows 8
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The NETGEAR Universal Dual Band Wireless Internet Adapter for TV & Blu-ray connects any device with an Ethernet port to your wireless home network. Dual Band provides maximum performance for video streaming when connecting your home theater device to the Internet. It can power via an existing USB port or a power adapter. What is in the Box: â€¢ Universal Dual Band Wireless Internet Adapter (WNCE3001) â€¢ Stand â€¢ Ethernet cable â€¢ USB power cable â€¢ Power adapter, localized to country of sale
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|Connectivity Technology||—||Ethernet (RJ45)||RJ-45||Wireless||—||—|
|Data Transfer Rate||100 Mb per second||300 MB per second||300 Mb per second||300 Mb per second||300 Mb per second||—|
|Item Dimensions (Length * Breadth * Height)||21.21 x 14.81 x 6.2 Centimetres||11 x 6.58 x 7.52 Centimetres||7.4 x 11.2 x 4.5 Centimetres||18.11 x 14.6 x 10.11 Centimetres||18.11 x 14.6 x 10.11 Centimetres||97.9 x 50.7 x 48.7 Centimetres|
|Wireless Comm Standard||802.11.n||802.11.a; 802.11.b; 802.11.g; 802.11.n||802.11.b; 802.11.g; 802.11.n||802.11 a/b/g/n; 802.11 a/b/g/n; 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency||802.11 a/b/g/n||—|
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First, there seems to be a lot of misunderstanding here as to what this product does. Basically, if you have a device you want to connect to your network that only has a wired Ethernet port, and you can't run a CAT5/6 cable to the device, you can plug this Netgear adapter into that device. The Netgear then communicates to your router via WiFi. That is, in effect, this Netgear device adds WiFi capability to non-WiFi client devices (TVs, and so on).
In my situation, I have a network camera that is not WiFi. There is no way to run the cable to the camera, and therefore I plugged the Ethernet cable from the camera into this Netgear device.
And it works. It's solid. I'm relatively close to the router, so I'm getting a consistent 300MBPS/300MBPS signal on a 5GHz band, at 91% signal strength. I've run it straight for over three weeks without any drop outs.
This device is surprisingly small, although the form factor is a bit weird. A plus is that it powers off a standard USB cable. A USB power adapter is included, but if the device you're plugging it into has a USB port (e.g., a TV), then you can use that as well -- a nice touch, although one I don't use.
Note further that as a general proposition, wireless is never as good as wired. So, for instance, I've seen a review where someone hooked this up to a VoIP phone. Definitely not ideal -- any little blurble into the wireless signal (interference, etc.) will cause a momentary pause/etc. in the conversation. This is generally not a problem with video streaming, since the video is buffered for a couple of seconds. But, realize this device is not your best solution -- the best solution is to run a network cable to the location in question. If you can't do that, though, this is a good alternative.
I've surfed and done my normal day to day activities without any issue.
It disconnects me at least once or twice a day during long gaming sessions. Playing fine on Diablo 3 ...then BAM ... random disconnect. Open a prompt and a ping to router is not responding for a few minutes and then will randomly work again. World of Warcraft... same issue. It could be just battle.net. But my other devices: tablets, Smart phones, consoles, TV, roku... all in the same room connect to the same wifi and don't have any d/c issues.
The router sitting on a bookshelf in the living room and going through one wall to my bedroom.
In my case (which may have been just an out-of-box failure) my Blu_Ray player could not find a connection to the network through this device, even though the device was definitely joined to the network. (I could see it in the DHCP client table.)
If I had been feeling magnanimous, I could have given NetGear another chance, since I have often relied on their products over a good many years. However, I returned it for a refund and purchased a different product that works just fine and is a fraction of the size and obtrusiveness.