That would be under IDEAL conditions. I agree that no one wants to learn all about wifi but your post sounds as if you need it to "just work."
In your case I won't write about the Cnet Networking forum sticky note and suggest you use some AV POWERLINE NETWORK kit.
I have a UN556000SF TV with a WIS09ABGN Wireless Lan Adapter that I cannot get hooked up to my home wireless network.I have a D-Link N+300 Router that no other wireless device has any problem hooking up with anywhere in my home.I have worked for hours & days with Samsung Support trying to get this system to work to no avail.I have finally been told by Samsung that there is a 20 to 25 foot distance limitation between a wireless router and this TV's wireless lan for wireless internet operation.Of course there is no mention of this distance limitation anywhere in Samsung's literature that I can find.I can get the TV to recognize my wireless network when I place the TV very close to the router & it will hook up directly with the router using a patch cable.D-Link Support tells me any wireless device should work wirelessly with my router from 200 or more feet away.Has anyone else had similar problems & or been told by Samsung that there is a 20 to 25 foot distance limitation between this "wireless lan adapter" for wireless internet connectivity? <span id="INSERTION_MARKER"><span id="INSERTION_MARKER"><span id="INSERTION_MARKER">