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Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) (WLAN) "Mini" - USB 2.0 Dongle - 802.11g £5.99 Delivered 7day shop

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I have one of these great little wifi for desktop Pcs. Share your printer, fax, internet and files easily between users within the network. Wireless-g is now the home user standard for wirel… Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
I have one of these great little wifi for desktop Pcs.

Share your printer, fax, internet and files easily between users within the network.

Wireless-g is now the home user standard for wireless networking, most current internet conections are around the 1mb-2mb speeds and this 54mb wireless adapter is easily capable of that and much more!

Specifications:

Wireless Lan 11g USB Adapter
IEEE 802.11g
USB 1.1 / 2.0
IEEE 802.11g Supports: 6, 9, 12, 24, 36, 48, 54MBps

Network Types: Infastructure or Ad-Hoc (peer to peer)
Authorisation: Open, Shared Key, Automatic, WPA, WPA PSK, WPAZ, WPAZ PSK
Encription: WEP, TKIP, AES or disabled

System Requirements:

200mhz or Higher CPU
Memory: 64MB or above (128MB+ recommended)
Microsoft Windows ME/2000/XP, supports windows Vista using the windows vista network tool and not the software provided.
Linux Kernel 2.4.20 or above
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#1
This is a pretty good price as it includes delivery.
Surely the system requirements are a USB 1.1/2.0 port also.

Also if you have Windows ME don't buy this, just get a new computer ;)

Voted hot from me - it's so damn cheap
#2
lol Ya it is cheap and there work really well too mate.
#3
Great deal - indispensable for when you find a PC with no built in wireless or nic card and you need to hitch it to a wireless lan. Like I did last week on a job. Wish I'd had this with me!
#4
Nice price seeing as it is inclusive of delivery. I may order one as a spare but for the one to be used I am ordering a wireless-N from ebuyer

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149672

It is a little more and will cost for delivery but it has 4 times the range and 3 times the speed vs a G-adaptor.
#5
I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for cheap at £6.99 delivered.

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=109342
#6
Anyone tried this on Ubuntu? I was thinking of using this on my netbook - anyone else tried it on something but Windows?
#7
Thanks, good price just ordered one as a backup :)
#8
can this be used on the new Sony wireless enabled range of TV's or the BDP-S370 Blu-Ray Player?
#9
ordered thanks .
#10
playaz
Anyone tried this on Ubuntu? I was thinking of using this on my netbook - anyone else tried it on something but Windows?
Although I haven't tried it on Ubunto, you should be fine as long as the distro is post Linux Kernel 2.4.20.
Which for your securitys sake I hope it is ;)

Shima
#11
mebzz
Nice price seeing as it is inclusive of delivery. I may order one as a spare but for the one to be used I am ordering a wireless-N from ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149672It is a little more and will cost for delivery but it has 4 times the range and 3 times the speed vs a G-adaptor.

Thats only true if the network you're connecting to is running N.
Otherwise you'll bump down to G speeds anyways.

I appreciate what you are saying about device classes though.
#12
I've got a laptop with built in wireless, a modem with wireless n. If i buy the wireless n one pointed out above
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=109342

then would it really make my wireless speed that much quicker?

Any advice much appreciated!
#13
Wireless N router + wireless N USB adaptor = up to 150Mbps vs up to 54Mbps on the G-adaptors

For £1 more your are getting something which for you will be a lot faster

Recommendation for people who don't have wireless N routers but only wireless G.....better to pay the extra £1 so you could use it with your next router. It is fully backwards compatible


Edited By: mebzz on Oct 27, 2010 18:11: Added an extra line of comment
#14
Ordered.
#15
is this compatible with backtrack ?
#16
mebzz
I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for cheap at £6.99 delivered. http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=109342

Ordered this one. Thanks !
#17
Bought one of these about 6 months ago - excellent device for the price.
#18
flashjohny
is this compatible with backtrack ?

Yes, because it's a later linux distro :)
#19
heat
#20
shimagoza
flashjohny
is this compatible with backtrack ?

Yes, because it's a later linux distro :)


What do you mean by that? Sorry if it was a joke and I didn't get it
#21
mebzz
Wireless N router + wireless N USB adaptor = up to 150Mbps vs up to 54Mbps on the G-adaptors

For £1 more your are getting something which for you will be a lot faster

Recommendation for people who don't have wireless N routers but only wireless G.....better to pay the extra £1 so you could use it with your next router. It is fully backwards compatible



thanks - any way of telling what the wireless in my old laptop is? its about 6 years old - would that mean its even worse than g - so should see a huge improvement?
#22
mebzz
I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for cheap at £6.99 delivered.

http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=109342


Hi does anyone know if this would work with the Sony 370 blu-ray player on offer from Argos? rather than the much more expensive Sony branded one.
#23
Not sure this supports windows 7 64 bit?
#24
Could not get this to work on windows 32 bit .

Tryed it on a laptop with windows xp aswell and it was keep dropping out, it was worse then the one that was built in.

Edited By: philmitchell on Nov 01, 2010 18:16: .....
#25
Thanks for the review, will avoid
#26
Got this to work on vista ok in the end and installed ok without the disk, but would not install still on xp or windows 7 still with the disk .

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