GetNet GN-531U Wireless N USB Adapter - £6.49 Delivered @ Play - HotUKDeals
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* Complies with wireless IEEE802.11b/g standards
* Compatible with wireless IEEE802.11n standard with data rate up to 150Mbps
* Increases wireless coverage 3 times further
* Includes multi-language setup wizard
* Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA , WPA2 encryption and software WPS button
* Interface:
* USB 1.0/2.0 Type A
* One LED for Link/Activity
* Data Rate:
* 11b: 1/2/5.5/11Mbps
* 11g: 6/9/12/24/36/48/54Mbps
* 11n (20MHz): MCS0-7 (up to 72Mbps)
* 11n (40MHz): MCS0-7 (up to 150Mbps)
* Security & Support OS:
* Supports 64/128-bits WEP, WPA, WPA2 for Security
* Support Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista, Linux and Mac OS
* Standard & Frequency Band:
* Complies with IEEE802.11b/g standards
* Compatible with IEEE802.11n standards
* 2.4~2.4835 GHz
* Functions:
* Supports WMM (QoS)
* Supports Software WPS configuration
* Dimensions:
* 9 x 19.2 x 56 mm
* Certifications:
* CE & FCC
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#1
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#2
Same price @ Amazon

Edited By: sale on Dec 19, 2010 15:21
1 Like #3
Pay a bit extra and go for a 300Mbps...
#4
Completey agree - I have the 300Mbs version - £8-49 delivered from the 7Dayshop. This never fails me and have used it to get wireless on many computers.
#5
zippy22
Pay a bit extra and go for a 300Mbps...

only £2 extra on amazon for 300Mbps version.
#7
does anyone know if this works on a Sony Bravia TV KDL EX713 model?
#8
This shares a problem with many usb wireless adapters, if being used in a warm environment, with low signal, it will overheat and stop working after a short time

I would highly recommend using an internal card where possible, which will be cooled by internal fans, or using a wired or powerline connection
#9
A friend of mine has a laptop that the wireless connection is not very good, would this improve matters?

Edited By: GQ Man on Dec 19, 2010 19:01
#10
npo
This shares a problem with many usb wireless adapters, if being used in a warm environment, with low signal, it will overheat and stop working after a short time

I would highly recommend using an internal card where possible, which will be cooled by internal fans, or using a wired or powerline connection


utter tosh, i have this on my netbook since the internal card is only b/g, worked fine last summer when we had hot days in the garden.
#11
GQ Man
A friend of mine has a laptop that the wireless connection is not very good, would this improve matters?

My sister has/had the same problem on her nettop, so got a wireless n dongle as above from amazon about 6 months ago, now she has no problems/drop outs and has a 3 or 4 bar signal even when 3 rooms away and 2 floors down... agree that paying the extra £2 for wireless n 300mbps is worth it.
#12
Do they come with a driver etc for the OS?
#13
Doesn't need one generally, most OS are able to get drivers plug and play nowadays.
#14
daveleebond
npo
This shares a problem with many usb wireless adapters, if being used in a warm environment, with low signal, it will overheat and stop working after a short time

I would highly recommend using an internal card where possible, which will be cooled by internal fans, or using a wired or powerline connection

utter tosh, i have this on my netbook since the internal card is only b/g, worked fine last summer when we had hot days in the garden.

Ah, it was probably just because mine was inside (poor air circulation), but mainly extremely low signal, if I move any adapter/ device half a meter away it can't even find the network

Edited By: npo on Dec 20, 2010 01:19
#15
npo
daveleebond
npo
This shares a problem with many usb wireless adapters, if being used in a warm environment, with low signal, it will overheat and stop working after a short time

I would highly recommend using an internal card where possible, which will be cooled by internal fans, or using a wired or powerline connection


utter tosh, i have this on my netbook since the internal card is only b/g, worked fine last summer when we had hot days in the garden.


Ah, it was probably just because mine was inside (poor air circulation), but mainly extremely low signal, if I move any adapter/ device half a meter away it can't even find the network


If it's that bad then you are either very far away from your router, or something else is interfering with the router signal, maybe even your neighbours wifi, try switching the channel that your router is using to see if it makes a difference.

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