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Samsung LN55C750R2F

I have a Samsung LN55C750R2F and I want to be able to use it online. The manual says I need wireless LAN adapter (WIS09ABGN, WIS09ABGN2, WIS10ABGN).

I can't find any of those. The only one I have found is WIS12ABGNX. Will this model number allow me to get online and work the same as the suggested model, or am I going to have to keep looking until I find somewhere that has the model that my tv manual lists?

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It might work

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If you read through the reviews @ Amazon, I believe folks have reported it to be a substitute for the other model you list above. YMMV. Seems cheap enough though, that you could simply return to Amazon if not.

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There are other solutions. DO NOT BUY!!!

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I'll share 2 models but there are dozens to choose from today.

PREFERRED: http://www.amazon.com/TP-LINK-TL-PA4010KIT-Powerline-Adapter-Starter/dp/B00AWRUICG/ref=cnet gives you a almost direct link without WiFi issues to solve.

WiFi: http://www.amazon.com/NETGEAR-Universal-Ethernet-Adapter-WNCE3001/dp/B005N6XBDO/ref=cnet will be WiFi and get you more range than what I read for Samsung sticks.

DO NOT BUY. I looked up this model and did not find any Smart TV features such as browser, etc. You should shop for the latest Roku next.

Post was last edited on February 8, 2016 7:29 AM PST

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It *is* technically a smart tv

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For the buck, Roku would win here.

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We know Samsung's track record on apps, Netflix and more is spotty. Plus the Samsung dongle is notoriously weak on distance. Getting the latest Roku pulls them up to about as good as it gets for the same dollars.

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