|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
Belkin F7D2102 N300 Micro Wireless N USB Adapter
|Price:||$24.79 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Compact Design: So small you can easily leave it connected to your computer on the go
- Easy Setup: Plug the adapter into your computer's USB port and insert the setup CD, and you're ready to surf, email and instant message
- Dual-Band Speed: Up to 300Mbps
- Push-Button Security: Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) at the push of a button
- Backward-Compatible: Backward-compatible with 802.11g devices at 54Mbps as well as 802.11b products at 11Mbps
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
From the Manufacturer
Add Wi-Fi connectivity to your laptop or desktop computer with the Belkin N300 High Performance Compact Wi-Fi USB Adapter. The adapter is small enough that you can leave it connected to your computer wherever you go. It works with all Wi-Fi Router brands and delivers connection speeds ideal for sharing photos, backing up files, and printing wirelessly.
Adapter is compact so you can leave it connected to your laptop. View larger.
Ideal for Video Chat and E-Mail
With speeds up to 300Mbps, the Belkin N300 High Performance Wi-Fi USB Adapter is well-suited to Web surfing, e-mailing, and video chatting.
Setup is simple--just insert the setup CD, follow the instructions, and plug the adapter into your laptop or desktop computer's USB port. You will be able to connect to the Internet from anywhere within your wireless router's range.
Compatible with All Wi-Fi Router Brands
If you're hoping to add Wi-Fi connectivity to a laptop or desktop computer, rest assured that this adapter will work regardless of the brand of Wi-Fi router you are currently using. It is compatible with all brands of Wi-Fi routers.
Portable, Take-Anywhere Design
The portable design of the N300 makes the adapter easy to use wherever you need it. Its compact design leaves just a small part outside of your USB port, so you can keep it connected to your computer, even if you put your laptop in a bag to travel.
Easy-to-Use Wi-Fi Security
The N300 uses 64- and 128-bit WEP encryption to keep your information secure. The adapter also uses WPA and WPA2 security protocols. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) lets you create a secure, password-protected connection with your home wireless network.
System Requirements and Warranty Information
The N300 High Performance Compact Wi-Fi USB Adapter requires a CD-ROM drive and an available USB port on a PC running Windows XP (SP3 or greater), Windows Vista, or Windows 7. It works with the Belkin N300 Wi-Fi N Router and the N150 Wi-Fi Router, as well as all other brands of 802.11 b/g/n wireless router.
The N300 High Performance Compact Wi-Fi USB Adapter is supported by Belkin's two-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
N300 High Performance Compact Wi-Fi USB Adapter, setup CD with user manual, and quick installation guide.
Top Customer Reviews
I am still trying to confirm but this is probably based on the very good and proven Realtek family of wireless chipsets, which along with strong compatibility and instant install over windows 7, also demonstrates an exceptionally good reception and high reliability. All of those qualities are evident in this adapter. The size also suggest that it is a 1T2R design--one antenna for transmission and 2 to receive (1T1R will be even smaller, and 2T2R is much larger). The design is minimalist and the Belkin name gives you confidence over its support. It came in the sensible Amazon Frustration Free package with an installation CD (never needed it) and a printed manual. I used it on my laptop for 802.11n over the past three weeks and it has been nothing but solid. For wireless adapters, dependability and reception are probably the most important. This delivers, in a beguilingly small package.
Update: this unit does indeed have the Realtek RTL8192CU chipset, which is from the latest generation of the venerable RTL819x series, and offers 2T2R MIMO capability (surprising in such a small package). This also means official Linux and OSX support as drivers are readily available from Realtek's website, and even better transmission performance.Read more ›
I first tried the Belkin F9L1103 N750 Wireless Dual Band Adapter on a really old Compaq Presario 700 series which has been maxed out to 512MB RAM and (barely) running WinXP-SP3. This laptop has two USB 1.1 ports and no built-in WiFi. After following the manufacturer's instructions (install driver, plug in device, connect), I was able to successfully load the driver and connect the adapter. I was immediately able to see my own Belkin N750 router - both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. I tried connecting to the 5GHz band first, and achieved a 213 Mbps connection. Unfortunately, I could not access anything on the internet. I tried disabling the adapter and repairing the connection along with rebooting. Still nothing. So I connected to the 2.4GHz band which would only connect at 11Mbps (802.11b speed) for some reason. I still could not access any websites, etc. So the first test failed, but I am reasonably certain it failed because this laptop was using USB 1.1 versus USB 2.0. The Belkin adapter specs do say that this device only supports USB 2.0. Interestingly, the Belkin driver (and device) did not complain about being connected to a USB 1.1 port.
For my next test, I disabled the on-board wireless on my HP EliteBook 8440p and installed the Adapter's driver. This is a much newer laptop with 4GB of RAM and WinXP. With this laptop, I was able to connect to the 5 GHz band at 400 Mbps and the 2.4 GHz band at 54 Mbps. Signal strength was 98% and link quality was around 95%. I had no issues using the adapter on the HP EliteBook.
For my next test, I wanted to see if the manufacturer's claims about backward compatibility were true.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Warning, if you step 10 feet away from your router with this wireless adapter, you will lose signal.
I bought this as a replacement for my broken Belkin micro adapter. Read more
I bought this adapter because I wanted the dual band capability. It worked very well with Windows 7. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Amazon Customer
Bought one from another website. Worked a week and a half with an OK connection. After that it was unusablePublished 7 days ago by Brandon E. Smith
I received exactly what I ordered, when I ordered it, at the price advertised. No more nor less. What else is to be said?Published 10 days ago by Clint Davis