USB Powered Ethernet to Wifi Adaptor ideal for internet ready TV's from Belkin F7D4555UK
Bring Wi-Fi to your Internet-ready Smart TV — and get connected to movies, TV episodes, and music from your favorite online services.
Connect to your Wi-Fi network through your router’s wireless signal. Mount the universal adapter to the back of your Smart TV and connect it to your TV’s WLAN port, and you’re ready to start streaming. It’s that easy.
Dual Band Performance
Dual-band Wi-Fi eliminates interference, providing greater signal quality for fully optimized 3D and HD video streaming.
A Better Solution
The Universal Wireless Smart TV Link provides a more powerful signal than USB dongles for HD video streaming. By keeping Internet connectivity strong, the Adapter ensures that your online content is transferred with the highest fidelity possible.
Works with all Internet-ready HDTVs
• One Smart TV Link
• Quick Install Guide
• User Manual
• One 1m. RJ45 Ethernet Cable
• One 1m. USB Cable for power Features • Wireless streaming - Bring your Wi-Fi network to your Smart TV
• User-selectable Dual-Band - 2.4GHz and 5GHz - Ideal for HD video streaming
• Wireless Standards upto 300Mbps 11n
• Security - 256-bit WPA®/WPA2 encryption / 64/128-bit WEP encryption
• Ports - 1 Ethernet port
• Power - 1 USB port for power
• Universal - Works with all Internet-ready HDTVs
• High-Performance - Better signal than USB dongles for HD video streaming
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- 24 months
- DOA Period:
- 1 days
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