HP 802.11b/g Wireless Printer Adapter

 
 
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3 thoughts on “HP 802.11b/g Wireless Printer Adapter

  • 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Works briefly, then not at all., September 7, 2010
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    UPDATE: When I got the item, it was in a ziplock baggie and not the original packaging. I overlooked the idea that it may be a re-furb. I should have returned it immediately. Instead I installed it. It stopped working after a few months. Tried to contact seller (In-and-Out Computers), but they would not exchange or refund my money. They cited a warranty that is not in their seller profile or in the packaging in which it came. They also did not deny they sent me a re-furb, but still refused to accommodate me in any way. Their customer service was horrible, so avoid buying from them. Based on this, I can’t fully endorse this product. However, my original review is below for reference.

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    So the bottom line is that it works as promised for the HP470. However, if you have bluetooth on your laptop, I recommend going that route instead. Installation via wifi was nearly impossible. The instructions provided (what instructions?) were terrible and unhelpful. I had to go online to HPs site and get more detailed instructions. I tried both direct wifi between PC and printer as well as wifi over router. Both are options you can choose, but neither worked.

    I’m pretty tech savvy (doesn’t everyone say that?), but this didn’t work until I went into my router settings and changed some MAC filtering options (something I’ve never done before and was nervous about doing). Again, it now works great, but I think PC novices (and amateurs) need a head’s up that the WiFi installation is not plug and play. Or at least requires more effort than the instruction booklet says.

    Lastly, in order to initially install, you need to install HPs bloatware. Anyone with an HP printer knows what I’m talking about. I may try and uninstall the bloatware, but I’m nervous the wifi settings may not work after I spent hours setting it up.

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  • 2.0 out of 5 stars
    HP wireless Printer Adapter another problem from HP!, December 12, 2013
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    Jili (CA, USA) –

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    I was so bummed that the adapter didn’t function and had to return it, since it was the correct match for the right model of printer. I suspect HP not the seller as I had problems with HP items before. The seller accommodated in accepting the return and process it fast though. I can not tell if before or during packing/shipping something may have happened to it, but for sure HP should think of packing these things in a secured and cushioned box to protect the item (even though small) rather than a plastic packing!!!
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  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Good while it lasted, May 2, 2010
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    ShineTYC (New Jersey) –
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    It was easy to install, just stick it in the USB port and go. It worked very well while it lasted. But one slight move of the printer and the adapter snapped. The inside piece broke so now it won’t stay in the USB port of the printer. It needs to be a little smaller so it doesn’t stick out from the printer-similar to the new USB mouse adaptors. If you buy it, be careful. If you have a house of clumsy boys…just get the wireless printer with the internal wireless signal.
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