Works great from a distance and no dropped connections
8 August 2015
Summary: I bought this for my security system that didn't have wifi, but did have ethernet. I didn't want to run cable throughout my house. This was about the only good option even though it has some bad reviews I got it to work just fine.
Summary: These things are great little gadgets for anything that has Ethernet but that doesn't have (current) WiFi. They are extremely reliable and play nicely with Apple base stations. Here's a list of things I've used them for. 1) Putting that old OS9 Mac on the modern network.
Great way to add WiFi capabilities to older printers
Bruce E. Layne, Amazon
26 November 2014
Summary: I used this WiFi internet adapter to put my big honkin' HP 4600 color laser printer on my local area network. I use the printer as a local printer, but it's so old that it didn't have a USB port and the parallel port was too slow for big print jobs and the parallel port driver was poorly supported...
Summary: This inexpensive device is worth every penny. I had just purchased a new smart TV that just would not connect to the WiFi network no matter what we tried. No one could help me. To make a long story short, the TV manufacturer said that I should call the cable internet provider.
Great for converting a networked printer, with ethernet only to a wireless WiFi printer, no print server needed.
Terry Kane "Terry", Amazon
30 August 2014
Summary: I use this to make my HP DeskJet laser printer into a wireless printer. I just run a ethernet cable from the N300 to the LAN connection of the printer. Making a LAN only networked printer into thinking is a wireless printer, which I can print from any server, workstation, PC, laptop, iPad and cell...
Summary: I recently bought this adapter to connect my pioneer a/v receiver to the internet because it doesnt have built in wifi. The instructions were kind of vague and a little confusing. But once everything was connected , it works great. No drops, stable connection and does what its supposed to.