If you are thinking about buying a Netgear wireless network adapter, then you have to know which products to stick with and which to get away from. After all, you do need to make sure that you get the best possible value from your money. Here are a few of the Netgear wireless network adapters available in the market today and some advice regarding each.
WPN311 Netgear actually designed a new model out of this, and for good reason. This Netgear wireless network adapter is just flat-out horrible. The best performance you can get out of it is 10 feet if you are lucky. Unfortunately, not every one of us is, right? When you consider the distance, you might just prefer using wires instead of going wireless.
Another issue with the Netgear wireless network adapter is the fact that the installation can be very difficult. In fact, the process is so tedious and complicated that a lot of people end up thinking if the product is even worth it. Of course, the signal strength can be quite excellent but that’s about it. Since you can get the signal quality from other Netgear wireless network adapters, you should just seek them out and forget this one.
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