Summary: Useless piece of s***. Worked off & on for a couple of weeks and then crapped out entirely. Every other device in our house works at any location in our house, except for this piece of garbage. Positives? 1) It's small, so it won't take up much room in the garbage. 2) It lacks the ability to hear, so it cannot be offended by the countless names I have called it.
Summary: This stupid "dongle" is the best thing I have ever purchased for our Panasonic Viera large screen TV. Easy to install and setup, it has provided us with hours of enjoyment by using it in conjunction with Netflix. This is a definite must-have for all of you considering purchasing a great TV..the Panasonic Viera HDTV.
Summary: I was really skeptical about spending almost $200 on basically a USB stick but I am so glad that I did!!! This was literally thee easiest setup I have ever done and I am in no way tech savvy. I plugged it in, it sent me through the prompts and voila!! For those complaining about the range, I'd have to say you have a faulty product. My tv is in my upstairs living room and my computer is in the basement and it is working perfectly!!!!
Summary: Two days with Panasonic Tech and Linksys router finally got it to recognize the router in other than guest mode. Wasted time as trying to actually view a netflix movie had many disconnects. No instructions to be found anywhere. Bought a Roku last night and it was up and running in 10 minutes flawlessly. It also has its own remote and typing in the passwords is much easier than using the TV remote .
Summary: " WARNING " THIS DEVICE WILL NOT STREAM AT 1080P. IT WILL STREAM ONLY AT 720P. I CONFIRMED THIS WITH PANASONIC.THEY DO NOT ADVERTISE THIS FACT, BUT WHEN I USED IT WITH HI DEF NETFLIX, ON MY 73 MITSUBISHI I NOTICED THE LACK OF DEFINITION. SO IF YOU OWEN A HI DEF TV, YOU HAVE JUST BEEN FOOLED BY THE PANASONIC CORPORATION AS I HAVE BEEN. PS PANASONIC HAS ALSO TOLD ME, THAT NONE OF THERE CURRENT BLUE RAY PLAYERS, IE 3D BLUE RAY. CAN STREAM 1080P.
Summary: I brought a Panny Viera 42inch about a month ago. I was excited about it until I soon found out you needed to spend yet more money to make one of its selling features functional. The Viera feature is useless on the brand new set I brought without this piece as it has no built in internet. It's just a wifi adapter nothing special and certainly nothing amazing. I just feel as though I paid for a feature they should have already included built into the device.
Summary: I purchased this device so that I could watch Netflix thru my Panasonic TV. (My TV is about 25 feet from my wireless router and shows a strong signal.) It works poorly. Every few minutes, it loses the signal or I have to wait for the picture to restart. I stopped using this adapter and switched to my Wii and have no problem. This adapter is useless and a total waste of money. Additionally, it is a poor design.
Summary: So I am writing this review, because there seems to be a lot of bad info on here, and I wanted to share my experience so far. First of all I will qualify the setup that I am using I have COX cable broadband internet service "Preferred service" 18mbps D-Link Router N+300 DIR-655 Panasonic TC-P42G25 Installation: TV is approximately 25FT downstairs from router which construction of downstairs is cylinder block.
Summary: Bought this Panasonic component to assure it worked well with my Panasonic TV (Panasonic VIERA 50-Inch 1080p Plasma HDTV). The TV has two USB ports. Do you think both can be used when this LAN adapter is in one of them? No. The adapter bulges both north and south of the actual USB connector, making the second port inaccessible. One would think that one hand of Panasonic doesn't pay attention to what the other is doing.
Summary: When I purchased my , it was on sale at Sears and additionally came with a at no additional cost--I got both for $729, so I was not upset that the Blu-Ray player did not come wireless ready. After some research, I found this device elsewhere for around $60. It works exceedingly well--no pauses, and is able to stream HD content from Netflix flawlessly.