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It's great. I have ultra super dooper high speed at work and its only a smidge slower. Not noticeable. I am very satisfied.
By Carole C. on June 2, 2013
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From my experience, anything more than 2-3 devices will just cause every connection to be extremely unstable.
By Branduan on June 5, 2015
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I think so. I leave mine on all the time.
By Candace Peterson on December 19, 2013
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The router accept only 110v , buy a small transformer from 220 to 110v price - 10 or 15$
By Arkadiy Surman on August 28, 2014
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Yes, it is compatible. Also, you can check Microsoft's Windows Compatibility Center if you're looking for other models and wondering if they are compatible.
By Sean Gray on July 25, 2014
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Yes, Steven. This Belkin N300 wireless router comes with a power supply.
By Belkin on November 7, 2015 MANUFACTURER
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Yes. The Belkin powerline AV500 provides wireline ethernet access to your network. The belkin N300 unit will act as a wireless access point and will connect to the Belkin powerline AV500 unit using a cat 5/cat 6 ethernet cable,
By ggekko99 on August 18, 2015 SELLER
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No, it's not compatible with any 3rd party firmware.
By Belkin on June 17, 2015 MANUFACTURER
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Hi, Cody. This Belkin N300 Wireless N Router (F9K1002) consumes up to 12 watts (12V/1A).
By Belkin on January 3, 2016 MANUFACTURER
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