Wireless N 150Mbps (802.11n) Mini USB 2.0 Adapter / Dongle £6.99 @ 7dayshop - HotUKDeals
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This Tiny wireless adapter is easy to use and easy to set up. If you have been tired of dealing with all those messy wires to connect a laptop or PC to an office or home network then this Wireless adapter is an ideal access solution for a wireless internet connection.
Bundled with feature packed software to help you connect your pc to available wireless networks

Compatible with wireless 802.11n devices with data rate up to 150Mbps EW-7711UTn complies with wireless IEEE802.11b/g standards. With built-in with the latest wireless technology, EW-7711UTn can increase the coverage 3 times more and reduce "dead spots" within the wireless range. The transmission data rate when connecting with wireless 802.11n devices is up to 150Mbps, which makes signal travel farther and maintain wireless connections much reliable than standard wireless IEEE802.11b/g network

Main Features:
- 2.4 GHz, ISB Band
- Power Management
- Host Interface: USB 2.0/1.1
- LED: Link/Activity

What's In The Box
150 Mbps 802.11n USB Wireless Adapter
Adapter Installation Disc
User's Manual

Certification:
WPA, WPA2, WMM, WMM-PS
WHQL, Cisco CCX, USB-IF, CE, RoHS

Operating Systems:
Windows CE/2000/XP/Vista;Linux;Mac OS X/Windows 7
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#1
Don't rate this adaptor. Bought two the last time it was on offer and one of them does not fit well into USB socket and has to be wiggled about to make the connection. It also has a habit of dropping connection speed from 150Mbps to 15Mbps for no reason at all but then won't actually perform and web pages won't load. Cheap isn't always better on this occasion.
#2
it does the job, but I think because it's smaller it cannot match the signal of larger devices.
#3
I bought two of these and they are great. Tiny an no dropped connections as of yet. HOT!
#4
Is it "N" only or does it do b/g also ?
#5
All N adapters should be backwards compatible with b and g

If anyone tries this on Linux, post here please!
1 Like #6
moorsey
All N adapters should be backwards compatible with b and g

If anyone tries this on Linux, post here please!


It uses Ralink RT2870 so should work fine, the joggler uses the same chip and works with the ralink drivers.
Doesn't do AP/master mode though.
banned 1 Like #7
Broadband Buyer currently have a Buffalo branded refurbed (they have loads of them) for sale at £6.50 ish, or £5 if you buy from their Ebay shop.

And for this reason, I'm owt.
#8
cheers(_;)
1 Like #9
The broadbandbuyer deal is much better than this, search on eBay for 320591419678

Buffalo Wireless 802.11n USB Dongle Adapter for Windows - £4.99 shipped

Cold.
banned#10
would this work on a Sony Bravia TV? Want to connect mine to my Wifi but the TV hasn't got wireless connectivity.
#11
Anarchist
Broadband Buyer currently have a Buffalo branded refurbed (they have loads of them) for sale at £6.50 ish, or £5 if you buy from their Ebay shop.And for this reason, I'm owt.

great shout just ordered

cheers
#12
hmmm, might get this - should hopefully work with the blu-ray player Samsung BD-C5500 that was in the M&S deal? Seems identicle to this one here yes?

Sorry, i posted the wrong link, meant to be this one? http://www.lindy.co.uk/wireless-lan-mini-usb-2-adapter-80211n-150mbps/52056.html
#13
Magnets
moorsey
All N adapters should be backwards compatible with b and g

If anyone tries this on Linux, post here please!


It uses Ralink RT2870 so should work fine, the joggler uses the same chip and works with the ralink drivers.
Doesn't do AP/master mode though.


Thanks for the info magnets! Cheers
#14
sorry if this is a stupid question - but would the lack of master mode have any affect if i was trying to use this in a blu-ray player to connect?
#15
Hi,
I bought one of these with the intention of using it for Linux (Moon OS & Mint) on an ancient laptop without a wireless card. The adaptor is not even recognised and the "drivers" just don't work. :(
Tried it on a desktop running Mint 9 and had the same results. No life when plugged into Windows 7 either, which is unusual for a USB device.

For Linux, get this one:
http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=101163
Works straight out of the box with Linux, no drivers needed! :D
#16
how do i find out what chipset the one that TheCabbit posted is?
#17
J400uk
The broadbandbuyer deal is much better than this, search on eBay for 320591419678

Buffalo Wireless 802.11n USB Dongle Adapter for Windows - £4.99 shipped

Cold.


Thanks for this, can you recommend a wireless N router to go with sky broadband please
banned#18
ts233
Anarchist
Broadband Buyer currently have a Buffalo branded refurbed (they have loads of them) for sale at £6.50 ish, or £5 if you buy from their Ebay shop.And for this reason, I'm owt.
great shout just orderedcheers

No worries mate 8)

Would be nice if any others of the 100 other people that pounced on the Ebay deal after seeing this would have thanked me as well though :3
#19
So this doesnt work on windows 7 at all???
#20
looks small,whats the range on this?

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