Belkin Wireless 802.11g USB Network Adapter

September 22, 2015 - Comment

The Wireless G USB Network Adapter easily connects your USB-equipped desktop or notebook computer to your wireless network for Internet and file sharing. Desktop users can now join the network with the ease of a USB plug-in, without opening their PC cases; laptop users can enjoy the benefits of staying mobile-while connected to the Internet.

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The Wireless G USB Network Adapter easily connects your USB-equipped desktop or notebook computer to your wireless network for Internet and file sharing. Desktop users can now join the network with the ease of a USB plug-in, without opening their PC cases; laptop users can enjoy the benefits of staying mobile-while connected to the Internet.

Product Features

  • Product Type – Adapter
  • Warranty – Lifetime
  • Offers backward-compatibility with all 802.11b network devices
  • Features wireless 64- and 128-bit WEP Encryption

Comments

mrkite123 says:

Attention Macintosh Users I have an older iBook that requires an original Apple Airport card. Unfortunately these are no longer in production. They can still be purchased new online for $150-180 if you look for them, or you can get a used one from eBay for $100-150 or so. Couldn’t see going those routes so I picked up one of these babies and it works flawlessly with OS 10.4. Belkin doesn’t make drivers for it but you can get the driver at the Ralink Technology site ([…] The Belkin adapter that I received from Amazon…

Juan Ortuno says:

The other reviews are correct I’ve purchased and attempted to install three of these adapters. One of them was on an older Dell laptop,installed without any problems at all and connected seamlessly to a Linksys WRT54G router with WAP encryption.The problems really started showing when I tried to install the second and third adapters, both on desktop computers running Windows XP SP2. The software installation was a breeze, but when I plugged in the adapter – nothing happened. Connect to network…which network…

Kelly J. Conger says:

Honestly, this adaptor is bad…. REAL BAD. Installed drivers, plugged it in, nothing. Uninstalled, rebooted, installed drivers, NOTHING. Googled it and found tons of stories you have read here.I like what a couple other people have said.”Buy this for someone you hate.” It’s terrible…I’ve had other Belkin products in the past and I’m surprised at how bad this thing is.The few people on here that gave it 4-5 stars will probably win the lottery next week because they are the luckiest…

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