Over six month ago I bought a Belkin N1 Wireless ADSL Router after my previous one had died on me. Once I had the router up and running I then read in PC Pro that there was specific Belkin N1 USB Wireless Adapter to go with it and fully enable the use of the N1 wireless network, particularly in terms of the increased speed.
I, therefore, followed the instructions in the documentation provided and installed the Belkin wireless software (prior to first plugging in the adapter as instructed). Now I’m not someone to be overly harsh on a product, but it was fair to say that it was less than impressive on the laptop that I tested it with at any rate.
Simon Barker is the founder and editor of Zath and has over 25 years worth of experience of using computers and technology in general. He can normally be found researching or testing the latest in technology products.
He has provided IT consultancy services to both home and small business users for over 15 years, building PCs, fixing hardware/software problems and providing comprehensive training.
Simon always likes to get the best out of the technology he is using, by both making informed decisions of what products to purchase and also optimising how it is then used to get the most benefits possible.
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