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Edimax EW-7711UMN 150Mbps Wireless 802.11n nLite USB Adapter

by Edimax

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  • Complies with wireless 802.11b/g standards
  • Compatible with wireless 802.11n standard with data rate up to 150Mbps
  • Increases Wireless coverage 3 times further
  • Includes multi-language EZmax setup wizard
  • Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA , WPA2 encryption and WPS-compatible
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Technical Details
BrandEdimax
Item Weight141 g
Product Dimensions6 x 2 x 0.9 cm
Item model numberEW-7711UMN
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB002GBVEHO
Best Sellers Rank 47,321 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight141 g
Date First Available4 Aug. 2009
  
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bluetooth size Wireless 11n

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  • USB Adapter

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    36 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Stuff I've bought on 3 Feb. 2012
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    Hi,

    I bought the Edimax EW-7711UMN to use with a Humax HDR-FOX T2.
    Due to the WiFi USB dongle having the Ralink RT3070 chipset.
    I just powered the PVR off, removed the ethernet cable, attached the USB dongle.
    Once the PVR was on, I could access the Configure Wi-Fi settings and configure.
    Any of the Edimax EW-7711 models would have done, this was cheap, though white it's round the back and can hardly be seen.
    From research, I understand also the Intellinet 150N model 524438, would also work.

    I hope this helps, if you're trying to wireless internet connect your Humax HDR-FOX T2.
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    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By D. Evans on 9 Jun. 2012
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    I just bought myself a Humax HDR-FOX T2 HD (excellent btw) and didn't fancy shelling out £30 for the official Humax wi-fi adapter.

    After a little reading online I found that this one should work so gave it a go.

    And it works just fine, a complete bargain.

    Recommended.
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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By god14 on 20 Aug. 2009
    I'm only on the other side of a ceiling from my wireless router but my Netgear WG111 adapter really struggled to hold the signal reliably. Thought I'd give this one a try and in spite of it being half the size of the Netgear it gets an excellent 54Mbps signal and stays there.
    Easy to install on XP. Just used the CD to install driver and utility (can't seem to install the driver only), then I used an option in the utility software to switch it to Windows control and I use the Windows built-in wireless networking to control it.
    The Edimax utility installs itself into the program menu start-up folder, so I removed that as I don't need to start the Edimax software when I use Windows networking.
    Never used Edimax kit before, but very pleased with it and would definitely consider it again.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Kerry on 29 April 2012
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    Despite having a job that's quite taxing enough thank you very much, I also have a second, unpaid job. My parents, having reached that age where it's apparently impossible to read instructions and user manuals, now deem me as technical support for anything vaguely electronic or digital. Without having sight of the user manual (which is apparently "in the box somewhere") I'm expected to know how to work the object, gadget, or device, and how to set it up. My first experience of setting up a Humax Fox T2 with an Edimax EW-7711UMN was with my parents' box and dongle. With the Humax Fox T2, it's largely a matter of common sense, added with a smidgen of trial and error. The Edimax EW-7711UMN, which adds online access to the Humax box to online services such as the BBC iPlayer, is similarly easy to set up - if you can plug a USB plug into a USB port and remember your network's access password (or remember where the 'safe place' where you hid it are!) then you're all set to install your brand new Edimax EW-7711UMN dongle.

    Like reviewer 'Stuff I Like' I've been trying to get a Humax HDR-FOX T2 box connected to a wireless network. Thinking that a network adapter's just a network adapter, I bought a Netgear network adapter which I knew would be compatible with my parents' Netgear router. Unfortunately, while it was compatible with the router, it wasn't compatible with the Humax recorder, but after reading Stuff I Like's review, I realised why.

    When the package containing the shiny new dongle arrived, eager to try it out, I ripped open the packaging, and plugged the dongle into the Humax box. It found the wireless network straight away, and the correct connection type. All I had to do was enter the network PSK to connect to the secured network.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Savannah D on 6 Nov. 2012
    I bought this for my Humax, and as soon as I connected it into the USB port it detected a signal. The only problem I had later was with the Humax software on the machine itself (which has nothing to do with this or any other dongle): it wouldn't let me put in my 10 digit WEP password. It allowed 9 digits but the 10th was impossible to enter. If you have this problem I recommend doing the following. Try choosing the other security types on offer, such as the WPA and other ones (there are about 8 options). Use one of these to enter your 10 digit password. Then switch off the Humax. Start up and you will find the password has remained and you can switch back to the original WEP selection.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By RoboSan on 8 Sept. 2012
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    Buy this instead of the £30 Humax official accessory. Just plug and play! Make sure you plug it in with the PVR switched on or I found it didn't recognise it, then you're up and running in seconds.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By JAG on 4 May 2012
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    The wireless adapter arrived promptly, so that was a good start. However, there is next to no guidance on setting up, and the small CD only provides the set up files. Although the adapter responds immediately, with the utility window working, it was a devil of a job to get my PC to actually work through the adapter. It required checking and unchecking various Windows set-up boxes before I hit on the right combination. (I am a bit of a bumbling amateur in truth.)
    I still have an irritation in that every time I start my PC, I have to cancel two windows that are asking if I want to connect to dial-up(!) or broadband. I suppose there is a simple procedure to stop this, but I have got it working, and life is just too short.
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