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LG AN-WF100 Wi-Fi USB Adaptor

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  • Enables wireless LAN for Broadband and DLNA
  • IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n; USB 2.0
  • LG's AN-WF100 is a Wi-Fi USB adapter that provides instant access to LG's NetCast content
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Product Information

Color Name: Black
Technical Details
Part Number ANWF100
Item Weight1.6 ounces
Product Dimensions3.2 x 0.4 x 0.9 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberANWF100
Size6.35in l x 3in w x 0.5in h
ColorBlack
Materialbrass
Wattage2.2 watts
Item Package Quantity1
Usagepersonal
Warranty Description1 year manufacturer's warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB003F9HH2W
Best Sellers Rank #1,955 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Date First AvailableJanuary 1, 2008
  
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Product Description

Color: Black

LG AN-WF100 Wi-Fi USB adapter provides instant access to NetCast content such as Netflix, YouTube, Skype, Picasa and Yahoo! TV Widgets.

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Customer Reviews

My LG tv is Netflix ready so the device works great.
Janet Sangren
This device is less than this LG dongle and connects directly to the Ethernet port on the TV, so the TV thinks it's a "wired" connection.
B-rad
This product works very well and was very easy to install.
bojotta

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

149 of 153 people found the following review helpful By Georg Peters on May 26, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This USB Adapter is amazingly simple to install and has been operating flawlessly on my 2010 LG 42" LED HDTV (42LE5400) ever since I installed it 6 weeks ago. It simply plugs in like any other USB Adapter on the back of the TV. Please note that it is not supported by older LG HDTV models (I suggest to check the LG website for specifics).

To get it operational:
Once plugged into the USB port of the HDTV, I needed to first setup the wireless access point on the HDTV (LG's owner's manual says exactly what to do, following on-screen menu selections), then unlock my network via the router and follow the router's software instructions for adding a new network device (I run a 802.11n wireless network using Cisco's "WRT160N" router with WPA2 encryption and manage the network using Cisco's "Network Magic Pro" software). Once the router recognized the USB Adapter as a new device, simply using the remote control of the HDTV to select the correct Network SSID and enter the Network Passphrase (a.k.a. "Security Key") was all that it took to get it running (after locking the network again on the router side).

All in all, it took less than 15 min to get this working on the first try. I have been streaming Netflix videos flawlessly with this wireless connection using the LG HDTV "NETCAST" connection to Netflix.

One thing I didn't realize at the time of the purchase is that this adapter will NOT give you full internet access as one might easily assume or expect. I believe this is really a limitation of the HDTV's, not this USB Adapter, as the HDTV's don't come with full internet browser capabilities yet. It 'only' allows for wireless use of LG's select (and few) "NETCAST" features, such as Netflix, Vudu, etc. (which it does excellently).
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166 of 172 people found the following review helpful By G. Wilson on March 15, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I've read a great deal of the reviews on this site, both for this dongle, and the LG TVs that use them. So that you don't go through what I did, I'm posting this review.

I purchased the LG32LD550, as well as the dongle here, at the beginning of January. LG requires that you purchase this device to use their Netcast services, which include Netflix streaming video. Sounds like a great idea. If only it worked.

The TV hangs on a mount in my bedroom, with my wireless network (Airport Extreme)in a closet about 8 feet away. The dongle, which is simple to install, just slides into the USB port on the left hand side of the TV. And that's where the easy part ends.

Despite repeated attempts, I could not get the dongle to see our wireless network with any consistency. Sometimes it would find it (registering 5 bars) but most of the time it would see nothing, or another network in my building. Even when it "saw" the network, it would drop the connection before I could get it set up. So I returned the dongle. The second dongle did no better.

So I thought it must be the TV. I called LG and they gave me a repair shop in my area. They came and went through the same procedures I did -- with the same result. They gave up and decided the motherboard of the TV needed fixing. Four weeks later, they returned with a new motherboard, confident that would fix things. It didn't. The TV refused to recognize the wireless network. The repairman suggested I contact LG about a new TV. Their customer sevice was horrendous. First, they wouldn't acknowledge that I'd called them initially to get a repair. Then, they implied that I was lying about what the repair shop said.
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94 of 104 people found the following review helpful By Eugene H. Shaw on June 14, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I was told that I needed an LG dongle for my wireless "ready" TV in order for it to be completely wireless with my router. (TV is a 55 LE 5500) Love the picture. However the dongle was proprietary to LG machines and had not been even issued yet by LG - which I thought was strange and not particularly smart. However, after a couple weeks I heard that the dongle had been completed and was on the market - but only on the west coast. So I found one through Amazon.com and it arrived in about a week. It is called an LG AN-WF100 Wi-Fi USB Adapter and is the only one the 55" LG will work with. That seems a little strange to me also. Why make things so difficult? And if you do, how about letting the retail sellers know about it. I should have been told that before buying. However it has all worked out because I installed the dongle immediately, the bright blue end of it lit up and is working perfectly. So all it well except I believe that the dongle should come with the TV if it is to be truly wireless. Cost me another $80.00 too which I could have done without. I like my TV, I like my dongle, I don't like the marketing ploys to which I was subjected. Lg can do better than that.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By L. Palermo on September 11, 2010
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
After purchasing my 46" LG LCD HDTV (46LD550) almost exclusively because of the connectivity to Netflix, I decided to buy this LG Wi-fi dongle to keep from having cords running all over the house. There were other dongles for sale at the big box store I got my TV from, but not from LG, and there was no guaranteed connectivity with my TV (and I like to have my brand names match). After looking for this dongle on the big box store's website, it was almost twice as much! Thank goodness for Amazon!

The dongle arrived several days early (!) and as soon as I took it out of the package, I plugged it in to one of the two USB ports on my TV. The TV picked up the signal immediately and asked me three or four simple questions (which network to connect to, my security password, etc.) and viola, I was connected and watching Netflix in HD!!

I agree with other reviews that this dongle should have been included OR just built into the TV. I also with that the "NetCast" feature on the TV had more content, but that really has nothing to do with the performance of this product.

Overall, I'd recommend this to anyone. For this price and the ease of use, it's worth it to make your new LG HDTV sing!
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