Summary: Sony has apparently figured out a way to advertise a cheaper price for its blu-ray player, and then charge you extra for wireless connectivity. I would advise purchasing a blu-ray player that includes wi-fi under the hood.
Summary: Was able to quickly and easily connect to my wireless network. Also able to update the software on my Sony Blue Ray Home Theater System, and now it's 3D capable. Guess I need to get a new Sony 3D TV for Christmas!
Summary: I was told at the store where I bought my Sony 46 inch TV that this UWA BR100 LAN adapter was the correct device to go with my TV. Setting it up was OK and I began streaming video right away. However the signal level at the TV is very marginal, resulting in stop/start problems while watching Netflix, You Tube, Dr. OZ and other internet services. The TV is approximately 30ft from the wireless router.
Summary: I bought this for my Blu-ray player which doesn't have an inbuilt Wifi receiver. Configuration was easy and the receiver is powerful enough to connect to the wireless router I have in my basement office from the mail floor living room. I like the sleek design and it doesn't disturbe the living room setup. If it was priced around $50-60, i could have bought it little more comfortably. Overall, a great product.
Summary: The adapter has finished first, it works perfect on my TV Sony KDL-40EX525, I recommend it 100% Internet videos load quickly and there is no interruption in playback, Internet browsing is smooth. With this adapter you save the installation of network cables must only have a wifi router compatible with this adapter and internet connection of course.
Summary: Was very please with the ease of setting up the Sony UWA-BR100 Wireless Adapter to my Sony Bravia TV. Sad that Sony is proprietary, because I had bought another wireless adapter and the TV would not recognize it. Setting the UWA-BR100 up was as easy as knowing your wi-fi router password and I was streaming music and movies within a couple of minutes.
Summary: great product and idea for the wireless options. not to hard to set up but not as easy as i figured it to be, though im not the best nor smartest tech guy in this deal. but still dont have it hooked up. unable to find my router wep key number. theres a lot of things to know and to enter for its use. i know though once i figure it all out it will be worth it!!!!