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Sony USB Wireless LAN Adapter (UWABR100)
- Wi-Fi Protected Set-up support for easy, simple set-up
- Compatible with Sony's 2010 TV's & Home Video Products
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Please Note: This is not for computer use, this works only with compatible Sony BRAVIA HDTV or home video product to your home network. Please make sure this product is compatible with your main unit before purchase. Overview: Bring wireless internet access to your Wi-Fi ready BRAIVIA HDTV or compatible home video product with the UWA-BR100 wireless adapter. This adapter plugs into your TV's USB input, and with WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) functionality, it's simple to get your TV connected to your home network—no matter what flavor of Wi-Fi you are using. Features: Access your home wireless network when connecting this Wi-Fi® adapter to a Sony Wi-Fi® Ready HDTV or Blu-ray Disc™ theater system Enjoy simple set-up when you pair this device with a Wi-Fi® Protected Set-up (WPS) wireless access point Ethernet Connection(s) : 802.11 access point (802.11n recommended) Includes Unique 1.5m extension cable x 1
Top Customer Reviews
Watched streaming HD movie portions from Netflix to test it, like "Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes" and the beginning action scene (chimps being chased and captured) was smooth in every way, with the video quality set to highest in Netflix. Signal strength is about 3 out of 5 but this is with an older model wireless G Linksys router (WRT-54G2 to be exact) on cable internet of about 7-8Mbps maximum download speed.
A bit pricey considering it's for a discontinued blu-ray players but at least it makes watching streaming movies comfortable, from in front of your TV on your couch, not stuck on an office chair in front of your computer!
Highly recommended for those who don't want to buy a Wi-Fi capable TV or don't have the budget for one now.
It annoys me that Sony makes you buy their own brand, as I had to pay an extra $30 compared to the 'best' brand sold locally.
It does work well.