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Linksys WUSB11 Wireless-B USB Network Adapter 2.4GHz 802.11b

by Linksys

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  • Up to 11 Mbps High-Speed Data Transfer Rate
  • USB Port Powers Your Adapter-No Power Supply Needed!
  • Compatible with Windows 98, Millennium, and 2000
  • User-Friendly Setup Software Provides Hassle-Free Configuration
  • Plug-and-Play Operation Provides Easy Setup
  • Works with All Standard Internet Applications
  • Interoperable with IEEE 802.11b (DSSS) 2.4GHz-Compliant Equipment
  • Capable of up to 128-Bit WEP Encryption
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BrandLinksys
Item Weight363 g
Product Dimensions7.1 x 9.1 x 2.3 cm
Item model numberWUSB11
  
Additional Information
ASINB00005AW1H
Best Sellers Rank 195,185 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight381 g
Date First Available12 Sep 2005
  
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The Linksys wireless USB network adapter easily connects any PC or laptop to your wireless network with no additional wiring. The plug-and-play USB adapter connects directly to any USB-ready PC, so you can share data, printers, or high-speed Internet access over your existing wireless network. This convenient yet powerful adapter offers data transfer rates of up to 11 Mpbs with a built-in antenna capable of connecting at distances of up to 1,500 feet.

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If you've been searching for an easy way to integrate any PC or laptop into your wireless network, you'll find just the solution with the Instant Wireless USB Network Adaptor. The Plug-and-Play Wireless USB Network Adaptor connects directly to any USB-ready PC-just plug it in and you're ready to share data, printers, or high speed Internet access over your existing wireless network. For desktop installation, you don't even have to open your PC's case. And user-friendly software makes it simple to set up. N

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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 23 Sep 2003
I have been using the WUSB11 adapter for months now and it works like a charm with Windows 2000. Even on XP I don't have any problems until I start playing online games. I get constant 'connection interrupted' messages, which make gaming all but impossible. I spent weeks with Linksys support, but they would not admit that there is a problem or even look into it and in their last communication suggested that I not use a wireless network for online games!
I recently bought the Belkin wireless adapter and now all my problems (on XP) have gone away. If you are not running XP, I would heartily recommend the WUSB11, but stay away from it otherwise - at least until Linksys fixes the driver.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Justin A. Garnett on 7 Jan 2003
Put simply, it does exactly what it is supposed to with the minimum of hassle.
Within five minutes of opening the box I was connecting wirelessly to my broadband connection through the wireless router(another excellent product).
I was initially concerned about how far the wireless connection would work, the speed of connection and the size of the device. I am happy to report the all three concerns were unfounded with the speed being comparable to wired LAN connection all over the house/garden and the size of the device was about the size of pack of cigarettes or two palm pilots placed on top of each other.
The usb based connection makes this device far more flexible than a PCMCIA adapter as it can be used on latops and pc's.
If you are in the market for a wireless adapter to connect to your LAN / Broadband connection then this deserves serious attention.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By "chemer" on 5 Feb 2003
Well the first thing I noticed were the clear instructions to set up this is childs play. You have to make sure that you choose AD HOC if you are on a wireless only network. Also make sure the channels are the same and when it installs the software leave the name the same. Now once you have installed your software you can put in the USB interfaces. Run Windows XP network setup and make sure the one that has the net is set to be a computer that connects to the net only. The other PC will be the one that connects through a computer connected to the net. Thats it. I found it easily gave me good results over 30 feet away. I did not require the router in the end. Sharing of a 5 meg file was 9 seconds over Yahoo Messenger. I had hardley any loss of data.
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By diversive on 17 Aug 2002
Well, I'm no expert when it comes to setting up a network. But the LinkSys wireless product range really is a breeze to setup. I initially purchased the LinkSys broadband router (incl. wireless access point) for my home setup with the intention of connecting my laptop at a later date.
When this USB piece of kit arrived, I simply ran the enclosed setup disk, plugged it in and straightaway my laptop was online to the Internet. No slower dialup connection, this was instant and I mean FAST. I honestly didn't realize my old laptop would cope so well with a broadband connection, but this really has put fresh life back into it!
The best thing though is that I can now work anywhere at home... the garden, over breakfast in the kitchen or just relaxing in front of the TV.
The wireless network speed is not noticeably any different from the fixed LAN cables I have connected directly to the router. However the more clear the path is, the better the link is I have found. It just takes a bit of planning I suppose as to where you position the Wireless Access Point.
Oh yes, beware of this: Don't plug in the USB adapter until you have installed the software first! I don't know why, but apparently you shouldn't! I very nearly did, but just in time I noticed the bold statement telling you not too on the quick install guide.
Having said this, if you do bother to read the step-by-step installation guide, it is very clear.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Will on 24 Sep 2005
I had four of these devices and have tried them on Windows 98SE, ME, 2000 and XP. In the three older operating systems, the product uses the supplied Linksys program to connect to the network and this works brilliantly. Reception is really excellent and the connection never drops. However, when installed on Windows XP, it is a totally different story. I have tried it on two seperate XP machines now and the problem is the same. Despite the reception always being excellent, the connection drops every few minutes for a few seconds or more, which is a minor annoyance for a while. However, when you realise the latest drivers and SP2 don't fix the problem, you soon decide that it's worth purchasing a different product. So in summary,on Windows 98SE, ME or 2000, go for it and it will be great, but on Windows XP just don't.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By "mhc_research" on 22 Jan 2003
This installed without problems (under XP) and reception is great, even with the aerial folded down. I'm using it with the Linksys BEFW114S wireless router and both worked fine 'out of the box'. You're recommended to alter some setting for security, but this was not a problem.
I was surprised how small it is - about the same size as a pack of cards.
Overall, great - very happy with it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Matt Beddingfield on 13 May 2005
Every 30-90 seconds in XP it drops all signals for about 2-3 seconds. This is absolutely RIDICULOUS because it makes it near impossible to play online games! What a waste of money. On the plus side, surfing the web and downloading things work well. I've tried just about everything, though. Wireless Zero, different channels, upgraded and reinstalled all drivers. If linksys won't admit a problem, I can google up about 100 different questions about it with NO ANSWERS. Look elsewhere.
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