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Topic # 110344 8-Oct-2012 11:31
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Hey anyone know if its possible to use any other brand of wifi dongle for LG SMART TV other then there own one(an wf100) has anyone given it a go?

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  Reply # 697788 8-Oct-2012 11:37
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Belkin make one that plugs into the network port + USB (for power)...
But that's the only one I know of sorry.

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  Reply # 697790 8-Oct-2012 11:41
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I got a new Smart Samsung TV in the weekend and it came with a free one

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 697801 8-Oct-2012 12:12
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Hey whats the model number for that belkin,or can you post a link for it.

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  Reply # 697810 8-Oct-2012 12:29
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Universal Wireless HDTV Adapter

http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=552221




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  Reply # 697820 8-Oct-2012 12:46
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Great just what I need,although I see that jb HIFI has got a special going at the moment for $59.95,so I wonder which one would be better?

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  Reply # 697825 8-Oct-2012 12:53
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Where abouts? I can't find them anywhere on the JB site?
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  Reply # 697833 8-Oct-2012 13:03
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Here you go, http://shop.jbhifi.co.nz/computers-laptops/printers/lg-an-wf100-usb-wireless-dongle/62737

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  Reply # 697834 8-Oct-2012 13:05
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Oh right I thought you were referring to the Belkin version.
The advantage of the Belkin unit is that you can add it onto something else if you don't want to keep your LG / decide to hard wire it.
Whether it's a network printer, home theatre receiver or other brand of TV - you can.
The LG adaptor will only work with LG TV's...

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