Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Wireless-N USB Wifi Adapter-Wifi Dongle

This is great to have when your computer or laptop doesn't have wireless. Such as our computer. But with this usb adapter we can turn that into a better device. It's tiny and you barely know its there. But it's a mighty little item that works great. My husband uses it on business trips. I received at a discount or free for my unbiased review. 

  • INTEGRATED ANTENNA technology (no need for Rabbit Ears Antennas) and compact Mini-USB 2.0 interface design
  • 300Mbps wireless transmission rate on IEEE 802.11n devices; 54mbps on 802.11g, 11mbps on 802.11b devices . Operating Systems: Supports Windows 8.1, 8/7/Vista, XP / MAC OS.
  • Supports SONY PSP for ONLINE GAMES; fast downloading for movies, surfing the net, emailing in no time. . Provides two methods of operation: Infrastructure and Ad-hoc
  • Quick, SECURE setup, complies with WPS for WORRY-FREE WIRELESS SECURITY(64/128-bit WEP, complies with 128-bit WPA/WPA2 Advanced Security protocol, WPA-WSK/WPA2-PSK standard (TKIP/AES), supports MIC, IV Expansion, Shared Key Authentication
  • Plug and play.Tiny/compact design allows you to install and forget it is on your pc or laptop.Works with Ultra low latency and very low energy consumption

1 comment:

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