£6.99 Wireless N 150Mbps (802.11n) Mini USB 2.0 Adapter @ 7dayshop (+17p Quidco!) - HotUKDeals
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Main Features:
- 2.4 GHz, ISB Band
- Power Management
- Host Interface: USB 2.0/1.1
- LED: Link/Activity

What's In The Box
150 Mbps 802.11n USB Wireless Adapter
Adapter Installation Disc
User's Manual

Certification:
WPA, WPA2, WMM, WMM-PS
WHQL, Cisco CCX, USB-IF, CE, RoHS

Operating Systems:
Windows CE/2000/XP/Vista;Linux;Mac OS X/Windows 7
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#1
gd deal.
#2
anyone test this ? looking on size of this dongle I'm concern how good this will receive wireless signal
#3
qfel
anyone test this ? looking on size of this dongle I'm concern how good this will receive wireless signal


I had a tiny Edimax one before, and my internal card picked up 2 bar signal even when changing around to a massive high gain aerial and my tiny usb one got 5 bars.
#4
Any feedback would be great as I've just gone for one. It's precisely because it's so small that I want one (otherwise was looking for a PCI network card)
#5
ryouga, do you know what make your usb one is please?
#6
good deal ;)
1 Like #7
qfel
anyone test this ? looking on size of this dongle I'm concern how good this will receive wireless signal


Yes i have it for a while now its very good, i am using this instead my laptop build in wifi and workin with win 7 x64 as well
#8
kyshars, did you need to install any of the software or drivers that came with it or did it work with Windows out of the box?
#9
BTW tracked at 17p Quidco
#10
Wonder if this would work well with OS X...
(doh: just saw it listed in the spec, though be nice to have it confirmed)

Edited By: Ashe on Aug 22, 2010 19:09: bleh
#12
i posted about these when they were on offer at amazon i got 2 and have them on my desktop machines very easy to set up work well full signal and very tiny.

i recomend them
#13
chris_clark
i posted about these when they were on offer at amazon i got 2 and have them on my desktop machines very easy to set up work well full signal and very tiny.

i recomend them


Have you used it with WiFi N, is it any good?
#14
Ashe
Wonder if this would work well with OS X...
(doh: just saw it listed in the spec, though be nice to have it confirmed)


If it's Ralink then its not going to be recognised as an Airport.... have to run the buggy ralink app all the time in the dock.
1 Like #15
feed_me_chocs
kyshars, did you need to install any of the software or drivers that came with it or did it work with Windows out of the box?


it come with one cd that included software and driver
#16
kyashars
feed_me_chocs
kyshars, did you need to install any of the software or drivers that came with it or did it work with Windows out of the box?
it come with one cd that included software and driver

Cheers matey
1 Like #17
I downloaded the usb driver from here

http://www.ralinktech.com/support.php?s=1 (top link)

works fine with windows 7 64bit and windows xp
#18
Doesn't anyone take any notice when posting deals about reports this was posted around a week ago and went red hot, I bought one but the disc didn't work so i had an issue getting the right drivers to install but when i did it worked fine good signal and strength
#19
quite tempted to try one of these
#20
I got one of these a few weeks ago and Im well chuffed with it.
#21
find_my_chocs
...(+£17p Quidco!)


How much does £17p work out to?
#22
OO7
find_my_chocs
...(+£17p Quidco!)
How much does £17p work out to?

Oops! :| corrected, thanks
#23
Single antenna so unless you're able to do channel bonding you're only going to get 65 or 72 Mbps out of one of these.

Still a good price if you don't mind the lower speed and want a mini adapter.
#24
This is what i need! Thanks OP!!
#25
Just ordered two with a box of the Duracell AAs, nice deal, thanks.
#26
NB this is the SAME as the Edimax model- just unbranded by the looks of things...
http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B001UE6OU0

Edited By: balluji on Aug 24, 2010 14:23: typoo
#27
Peelypeel
chris_clark
i posted about these when they were on offer at amazon i got 2 and have them on my desktop machines very easy to set up work well full signal and very tiny.i recomend them
Have you used it with WiFi N, is it any good?

yes i run mine with wifi n works fine no problems so far
#28
Just ordered!

Got a FREE Wireless-N router from Virgin Media when I threatened to leave so I hope this will work well in-place of the built-in WiFi on my old Laptop.

Good deal!
#29
virgin router sucks... make sure you upgrade the firmware to DD-WRT
#30
balluji
virgin router sucks... make sure you upgrade the firmware to DD-WRT


Got a D-link DIR-615......will it need upgrade?

Edit.... o.k. just been to DD-WRT web page.
'Mine ain't broke so I ain't fixing it'

cheers anyway

Edited By: Bright Star on Aug 24, 2010 22:35: new info.
#31
yep... dont touch it if it works... mine (same model) kept dropping out when the throughput went over 5Mbps. DD-WRT saved me from buying a new one. Grt piece of freeware!!
#32
Mine seems to constantly drop the signal.
Instructions not very clear.

Reverting back to the inbuilt 54mbps card on lappy gives better results!
Should I be updating the driver?

Edited By: Bright Star on Aug 28, 2010 13:07: spelling

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