Belkin N1 Wireless Notebook Card £12.99 (rrp £44.99) @ Cdiscount - HotUKDeals
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Add your notebook computer to a wireless network that offers the best coverage and speed. This card also allows you to access Internet connections known as "hotspots" in select Internet cafes, hotels, and airport at much further distances. N1 Wireless Networking Based on the 802.11n draft, N1 Wireless enables multiple receivers and transmitters to send and receive data through the air, using Intelligent MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) spatial multiplexing techniques. The smart-antenna technology builds upon the widely deployed 802.11g standard by greatly increasing speed, range and faster speeds up to 300Mbps.* Providing greater range and faster speeds, N1 Wireless offers a quick and efficient way for people to distribute video, music, photos, and files among the networked computers in their home. The built-in Network Status Display shows the status of your network. The icons represent each component of your network and show you whether or not each device is working properly. *NOTE: The standard transmission rate- 150Mbps and 300Mbps - is the physical data rate. Actual date throughput will be lower. Advantages :br> Connect your notebook computer to a wireless network to: Stream HD Video Listen to digital music Play online games Transfer photos and home videos Shop online and surf the web Email and chat Expand your wireless range
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#1
Good for best speed:thumbsup:
#2
damn i wish there was no postage! :) Great find though
#4
good deal, heat added

but don't need one atm
#5
I recently got a mini PCI-E wireless N card off ebay... if you're comfortable replacing it yourself (really easy) its about the same price and you won't have a big chunky thing sticking out of your laptop.
#6
RLP06
I recently got a mini PCI-E wireless N card off ebay... if you're comfortable replacing it yourself (really easy) its about the same price and you won't have a big chunky thing sticking out of your laptop.


Yes 100% agree this is a much better option its very easy to do just unscrew the screws on theback of your laptop and take out your old wireless card and put the new one in and install the new driver bit of hassle but well worth it you can get one on ebay for £20 i know what id rather use good advice !
#7


Looks the same to me. £13.98 delivered on big pockets. Hence this deal is very cold for me.
#8
slinkydonkey
Yes 100% agree this is a much better option its very easy to do just unscrew the screws on theback of your laptop and take out your old wireless card and put the new one in and install the new driver bit of hassle but well worth it you can get one on ebay for £20 i know what id rather use good advice !


Please bare in mind, it really, isn't all that simple. You need to ensure your laptop supports whatever card it is you're purchasing. Laptop hardware, especially mini pci-e wifi cards, are very very picky. Some laptops won't even allow you to swap out any hardware unless it's specifically designed for that model (HP is a good example).
#9
antispam246
Please bare in mind, it really, isn't all that simple. You need to ensure your laptop supports whatever card it is you're purchasing. Laptop hardware, especially mini pci-e wifi cards, are very very picky. Some laptops won't even allow you to swap out any hardware unless it's specifically designed for that model (HP is a good example).


I'd agree with you on the compatiblity issue with some picky laptop brands, (think Samsung might be one of them too) but 5 mins of research can save you from having a big card stuck out of your laptop.

Besides, you'd have to check compatibility of the card slot on your laptop anyways...
#10
RLP06
I'd agree with you on the compatiblity issue with some picky laptop brands, (think Samsung might be one of them too) but 5 mins of research can save you from having a big card stuck out of your laptop.

Besides, you'd have to check compatibility of the card slot on your laptop anyways...


lol i built a barebone laptop so quite happy taking my apart, the only i had sadly is the fact that the aerial sockets don't connect to it :( I'm not even sure if there are different types so my range is limited to the room the router is in.

As far as wireless N goes make sure you have the following support;

Draft N 2.0
Support for 2.4ghz AND 5ghz frequency
Dual channel 600mbs i think.
And if you get a router that it has a usb port to support external hard drives

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