Nano WIFI Wireless N 150Mbps (802.11n) Mini USB 2.0 Adapter - £5.99 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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Unbelievably small mini Wireless Wi-Fi USB Adapter Dongle 802.11n/g/b
This is probably the smallest Wi-Fi USB dongle on the market. Only 1.5cm width and 2.5cm long. Almost invisible on the PC. Yet supporting the IEEE802.11n/g/b Wi-Fi standards.

Specification:
Standard: IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b.
Frequency range: 2.4-2.4835 Ghz.
Support network protocol: CSMA/CA with ACK
Transmission mode: DSSS
Interface: USB
Sensitivity:
54-68dBm @ 10%per, 11M:-85dBm @ 8%PER 6m:-88dBm @ 10%PER, 1M:-90dBm @ 8%PER 256K:-105dBm @ 8%PER (typical value)
Security features:
support 64/128/125 bits
WEP data encryption ,WPA encryption,IEEE
Support 802.1 x, TKIP,AES encryption

Support system:
Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / 7 / Mac / Linux

Package Includes
1 x Wireless USB Adapter
1 x Driver CD
Updated drivers can be downloaded directly from the realtek.com website if you have any problems


Buy this superb product with complete confidence. Try this product for 30 days and if you are not 101% delighted with your purchase then please return to us for a full refund of the purchase price paid. All we ask is that you return to us in the good condition and within the original packaging please.
Please Note: the £1 coin is for reference only and is not included in the sale price.
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1 Like #1
thanks, just got BT infinity installed today and my current wireless adaptor does not like 'n' technology so your timing could not have been much better
1 Like #2
No worries. Wanted one for myself ready for that emachine deal on ebuyer. Tried ordering two and my card was declined. Turns out Halifax put a block on my account as a precaution due to a "strange transaction". I get a new card mid week and I'll wait for the wife to finish work at 10 to order my two... so please... do not buy them all lol.
#3
thanks, just ordered
#4
The emachine pc has built in Wireless card ???
1 Like #5
im just wondering on something so small what might the wifi range be over a full blown usb n adapter?

how does it compare to
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=110939
?
#6
MentaL
No worries. Wanted one for myself ready for that emachine deal on ebuyer. Tried ordering two and my card was declined. Turns out Halifax put a block on my account as a precaution due to a "strange transaction". I get a new card mid week and I'll wait for the wife to finish work at 10 to order my two... so please... do not buy them all lol.


no problem, just purchased a single one
#7
Do these have Wake on Wireless LAN (WoWLAN)? They're often missed out on spec sheets so just wondering in case anyone knows.

Edited By: martino2k6 on May 06, 2011 22:36
#8
Does this work in linux
#9
why waste £8 when £1 will do http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bluetooth-usb-dongle-1-instore-poundworld/900402 had mine over a year still works :)

Edited By: paul176 on May 06, 2011 22:52
#10
I have one of these (not exactly the same but same sort of thing and price). I bought it off eBay for a laptop with a wireless card that wasnt working. Anyway, it has an absolutely ridiculously good range (something I was worried about).

So reception, despite the size, was as good or better than many laptops with inbuilt cards.
2 Likes #11
why waste £8 when £1 will do http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bluetooth-usb-dongle-1-instore-poundworld/900402 had mine over a year still works :)


because this deal is a wifi dongle, not a bluetooth one..?.

Edited By: Agrajag on May 06, 2011 22:57
4 Likes #12
paul176
why waste £8 when £1 will do http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bluetooth-usb-dongle-1-instore-poundworld/900402 had mine over a year still works :)


or maybe buy a pair of trousers for a fiver ...or a hatbox for six quid....or 3 lollyices....
#13
paul176
why waste £8 when £1 will do http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bluetooth-usb-dongle-1-instore-poundworld/900402 had mine over a year still works :)

(facepalm)
Erm... cos your device is a simply Bluetooth adapter??!?? And this is a wireless N adapter... very different items indeed :D

That's like comparing a pushbike to a car ;-) I'd have the car any day of the week


Edited By: playaz on May 06, 2011 23:04
#14
Does anyone know if there are any cheap 300mb wireless N nanos around?
#15
nice
#16
or maybe buy a pair of trousers for a fiver ...or a hatbox for six quid....or 3 lollyices....


Don't be dissin them ice lollies ;-)
#17
Anyone know the exact realtek chipset this uses? Or more about the exact company that make this device (as 7dayshop just rebadge them)
banned#18
Its £4.88 on the auction site if you can afford to wait for HK delivery.
#19
I picked one of these up last time round. The Win 7 64 driver is a bit ropey, wireless throughput is slow on wake from sleep.
#20
ordered.. worth a bang just hope it works on my netbook with Ubuntu
#21
Im looking to get one of these on my desktop as an alternative to buying a WNIC. One question that i would be happy to have answered though, would this little device be able to detect my wireless hub that is seated on the opposite side of the house?
#22
paul176
why waste £8 when £1 will do http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bluetooth-usb-dongle-1-instore-poundworld/900402 had mine over a year still works :)

that is a completely different product...
#23
Do yourself a favour and buy the full size receivers.

The 'nano' ones simply don't pick up as much decent signal due to their smaller antenna.
#24
would it work with imac 2.4 ghz
#25
Agrajag
why waste £8 when £1 will do http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bluetooth-usb-dongle-1-instore-poundworld/900402 had mine over a year still works :)


because this deal is a wifi dongle, not a bluetooth one..?.

oops my BAD...
#26
Does anyone know if such a thing could be plugged in to a Panasonic TV to give me access to Viera Cast (refuse to pay £80 for the Panasonic Dongle!)?
#27
Rebellion
Does anyone know if such a thing could be plugged in to a Panasonic TV to give me access to Viera Cast (refuse to pay £80 for the Panasonic Dongle!)?

If Panasonic are anything like Sony, then not a chance! Just get some homeplug adaptors or set up a wireless bridge.
1 Like #28
playaz
Anyone know the exact realtek chipset this uses? Or more about the exact company that make this device (as 7dayshop just rebadge them)

Not 100% certain but I believe it's a EDUP EP-N8508. If it is the chipset is Realtek RTL8188CUS.
#29
sulaman
would it work with imac 2.4 ghz


you should already have a wireless receiver in there surely? Whether or not your airport card accepts N is another story! :P
#30

Not 100% certain but I believe it's a EDUP EP-N8508. If it is the chipset is Realtek RTL8188CUS.


Cheers mate - I think you're right :-)
#31
chaywa
Do yourself a favour and buy the full size receivers.

The 'nano' ones simply don't pick up as much decent signal due to their smaller antenna.


Agreed, you're going to need a fairly strong signal for these to work effectively.
#32
nice find
#33
Im gonna buy one to try on my WDTV Live Hub instead of the netplug setup I currently use...ill let you know if it works!
#34
Cold.does not come with £1 coin
#35
does any1 know if it works with connectify? (fyi it makes any wifi into a hotspot on windows 7)
#36
Just ordered one. thx for this one.
#37
Just ordered one. thx for this one.
#38
thanks looks good
#39
yes it looks good but can anyone comment on the range the wifi works at? i'd like to know before i buy it.
#40
TheVoice
chaywa
Do yourself a favour and buy the full size receivers.

The 'nano' ones simply don't pick up as much decent signal due to their smaller antenna.


Agreed, you're going to need a fairly strong signal for these to work effectively.


Totally agree - I got a larger one from 7d a while ago ~ it was rubbish barely worth it. Internal is much better imo. I can't see how this device will get any decent speed being that small.

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