TP-Link TL-WN727N 150Mbps Wireless USB Adapter £4.12 DELIVERED Amazon.co.uk - HotUKDeals
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Product Description: TP-Link TL-WN721N Wireless Lite N USB Adapter - network adapter
Device Type: Network adapter
Form Factor: External
Interface (Bus) Type: Hi-Speed USB
Dimensions (WxDxH): 8.7 cm x 2.4 cm x 1 cm
Data Link Protocol: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft)
Data Transfer Rate: 150 Mbps
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.1x, IEEE 802.11n (draft)
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows Vista / 2000 / XP
Microsoft Certification: Compatible with Windows 7

Yes! It is only 150Mbps but then at £4.12 delivered it is at least £2 ahead of the nearest competition including delivery.

Cheap enough to stick it in your computer bag for those "just in case" situations.
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#1
Thanks op, good find, ordered, heat added. I'm using a Netgear WG111 wireless G adapter at the moment, which is pretty rubbish, TBH, slow and loads of dropped connections, hoping this wireless N will be better for very little outlay.

Amazon seem to be a bit confused about their pricing, I think, they say RRP £4.84, reduced by 70p to £4.12, yet everyone else I could see was selling for over £8....

Also good for a laugh: scroll down to the 1 star review at the bottom of the page: guy rates it really low partly because instructions were in German and even though he tried to use his Dad's old German phrase book, he still couldn't work it out! Amazing that the German for, 'Does this hotel have any vacancies' does not help with installing a wireless network device! X)

Edited By: andyken on Nov 11, 2010 13:16
#2
andyken
Thanks op, good find, ordered, heat added. I'm using a Netgear WG111 wireless G adapter at the moment, which is pretty rubbish, TBH, slow and loads of dropped connections, hoping this wireless N will be better for very little outlay.

Amazon seem to be a bit confused about their pricing, I think, they say RRP £4.84, reduced by 70p to £4.12, yet everyone else I could see was selling for over £8....

Also good for a laugh: scroll down to the 1 star review at the bottom of the page: guy rates it really low partly because instructions were in German and even though he tried to use his Dad's old German phrase book, he still couldn't work it out! Amazing that the German for, 'Does this hotel have any vacancies' does not help with installing a wireless network device! X)



Sorry if this is an obvious question, but I assume yr using an 'N' modem/router (otherwise this adapter is no good if u want faster speeds)?
#3
It will still fall back to 54G. I find cards are hit and miss depending on chipset and how much the software is optimised.
#4
Cheers... super cheap!

Currently got an Edimax mini-N adapter (£8 from Novatech about a year ago) but i'm getting a lot of wifi issues these days. Only 2 other networks around (inSSIDer), tried various channels etc. I do suspect it's just the Netgear DGN2000 router, but replacing a dongle first at £4 seems like a much better place to start than replacing the router with a £50-70 one. Wish thise house wasnt a bazillion years old and actually had a high quality secondary socket to at least try it. Powerlines don't work either - in the hallway we need a power extension as there are multiple things there than need power, and most of the powerlines dont work well on surge protectors.

I'm a lost cause :-(
#5
sajsaleem
Sorry if this is an obvious question, but I assume yr using an 'N' modem/router (otherwise this adapter is no good if u want faster speeds)?


Thanks, sajsaleem, I am actually nowhere near as concerned about the speed as I am about getting a reliable connection, which I am not getting at the moment.
#6
1 review says they can't get it to go on windows 7 even when it says it will work, plus they say it's all in german.
#7
Had lots of issues getting kit to work on windows 7 64 bit including a canon 3200f and a couple of wifi sticks. All the onboard (motherboard) stuff was picked up though.
#8
£8.01 now typical!
#10
cheers
#11
faz1964
£8.01 now typical!

That is because it is now fulfilled by "7dayshop.com" no longer amazon.co.uk price.

Stop voting it COLD. Amazon have sold out!
#12
This is getting so frustrating posting deals on HUKD. It seems like as soon as retailer's 'special offers' take off, they either whack the price up, or they sell out, indicating that they only had a small number to sell at a knock down price in the first place. Seems to me that Amazon and Play.com are two of the worst culprits.
#13
Damn I missed it. Will vote hot.
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For those of you who bought this or would like to buy this, I posted this earlier about mine that I bought:

The manual and drivers were in German and did not function properly. Go to TP Link's website to get the drivers - don't use the CD. Other than that no problems. Reception is showing at 80% from using it from one story below. Can't say much about speeds, as I'm still using 802.11g.
#15
andyken
This is getting so frustrating posting deals on HUKD. It seems like as soon as retailer's 'special offers' take off, they either whack the price up, or they sell out, indicating that they only had a small number to sell at a knock down price in the first place. Seems to me that Amazon and Play.com are two of the worst culprits.


I posted some cheap Philips headphones on currys and it's still available. Amazon has some kind of dynamic pricing system which drops prices to sell slow selling items etc. Not sure about play.com and how they work.
#16
I bought 2 which will arrive tomorrow as I signed up to the Free Amazon Prime Delivery trial, I already have 2 on my computers, usually say excellent connection to my Thomson Wireless router from 02, kitchen comp is about 15m away from router, bedroom one is about 35m away and both say excellent. I would recommend TP Link.
#17
Cheers Netjock.

I ordered one to try with my WDTV Live, if it doesn't work it's up for grabs. Just reimburse me and cover postage and it's yours.

Hope this doesn't break any rules :-O

BS...

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