D-Link DWA-125 150Mbps WiFi Wireless 802.11n/b/g USB Adapter £13.75 Delivered @ DX - HotUKDeals
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- Enhanced Wireless Reception and Performance Based on 802.11n Technology
- Frequency range: 2.4GHz-2.4835GHz
- Connect a Notebook or Desktop PC to a Wireless Network
- Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA/WPA2)
- Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
- Support XP SP2 or 2000 SP4, Vista (32 or 64-bit)
- Transmission output rate: 17dBm (802.11g/n)
- Comes with USB cable, driver and English manual
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#1
this isnt full wireless N... its only 150mb
wireless N is 300Mbs
#2
Hmmm, might be a fake.
You never know with Dealextreme, it's cheap and their gadgets do work but doubt they sell any real brands
#3
I'd rather order the Sweex Wireless 150N USB Adapter from Play for £10:

http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/12505705/Sweex-Wireless-150N-USB-Adapter/Product.html
#4
I theory this is the D-Link product spec:
http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=722

It looks like the D-Link 150 technology they boast will only work with a D-Link 150 router (or enabled devices) - so not much use really.

My 2 cents...

Shima
#5
http://www.amazon.co.uk/GetNet-GN-621U-Wireless-802-11n-Adapter/dp/B002TADTQQ/ref=pd_cp_ce_3

£8.99 from amazon... doesn't mention speed 150/300Mbps, but is wireless n.

[edit] just checked at another site, it's 300mbps.
#6
dmaster2000
this isnt full wireless N... its only 150mb
wireless N is 300Mbs

I'm guessing this only has two antennas and not three. Single stream wireless N is 150mbps. Full N is actually 600mbps, using 4 streams.
#7
Just noticed that URLs aren't enabled by default anymore, so you have to use tags, just letting you know.
[url*]http://etc etc[/url*] - without the * signs in them.

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