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WTD: USB Wifi Dongle £3.00

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Looking for an ultra cheap dongle that can be used on an old Dell PC to connect to a wireless network. Cheap as possible as it is for a computer that I have donated to a needy person (made up from my …
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Looking for an ultra cheap dongle that can be used on an old Dell PC to connect to a wireless network. Cheap as possible as it is for a computer that I have donated to a needy person (made up from my old bits on a Dell motherboard and case)
It runs USB1.1, but I'm sure these will work on the slower speed, just not at 54/G speed.

Needs to be able to handle WPA encyption
- bassman_uk

edited title to Wifi
- bassman_uk
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#3
You can pick usb dongles (without sim cards or contracts) from CeX for 12 quid mate.
#4
Lost Symphonies
You can pick usb dongles (without sim cards or contracts) from CeX for 12 quid mate.


this is a wifi dongle I'm after , to connect to my wireless router :thumbsup:

have now edited title :)
#5
go ebay buddy, i bought one from there for £7, works with win7 aswell
#6
khy86
go ebay buddy, i bought one from there for £7, works with win7 aswell


was really looking for the stated price - thought I might be able to get an old one or something.
As stated, just rebuilt for a charitable purpose, and don't have a lot of cash at the moment (who does!! lol) and just wondered if someone had got one just in a drawer or something not being used
banned#7
£3 youll be more than lucky.
#8
Hamm
£3 youll be more than lucky.


you know how it works on here ;-) :thumbsup:
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#10
I have one you can have for £6 delivered.

It's an Edimax Wireless nLite mini-size USB Adapter - EW-7711UMn. Comes with installation guide and CD.

Let me know if you are interested - im in and out all day today so PM me?

Thanks
James
#11
theyeos
I have one you can have for £6 delivered.

It's an Edimax Wireless nLite mini-size USB Adapter - EW-7711UMn. Comes with installation guide and CD.

Let me know if you are interested - im in and out all day today so PM me?

Thanks
James


I'm defo interested - can you help me out by coming any lower towards my asking price?
#12
Lowest I would go would be £5 and sent second class post?
#13
theyeos
Lowest I would go would be £5 and sent second class post?


I could stretch to £4 - thanks anyway though, appreciate the offer :)
#14
Just had a rummage - have an older Netgear WG111T. Tested and it "sees" mine and other local networks, so in working condition.

It has the resource CD too...

That I would let go for £4 delivered, 2nd class.

Any good?
#15
theyeos
Just had a rummage - have an older Netgear WG111T. Tested and it "sees" mine and other local networks, so in working condition.

It has the resource CD too...

That I would let go for £4 delivered, 2nd class.

Any good?


would have had it, but the spec sheet says it is only USB 2, and I need one compatible with USB 1.1, as it is for an older computer.

Thanks again though, I do appreciate you looking through :)
#16
Ok, no worries...

Cheers
James
#17
bassman_uk
would have had it, but the spec sheet says it is only USB 2, and I need one compatible with USB 1.1, as it is for an older computer.

Thanks again though, I do appreciate you looking through :)


It should work as they are backward compatable.
#18
stiffnuts
It should work as they are backward compatable.


Are you sure? I thought so too, but the specs specifically said a PC with USB 2. Thats what put me off. It would make sense for it to work, but just want to be !00% sure :)
#19
bassman_uk
Are you sure? I thought so too, but the specs specifically said a PC with USB 2. Thats what put me off. It would make sense for it to work, but just want to be !00% sure :)


it should work but you cant be 100% until you try it.
banned#20
theyeos
Lowest I would go would be £5 and sent second class post?


As OP does not want this one I will take it mate.
#21
Ok Beemermad

To clarify the one I have left is the Edimax Wireless nLite, as Netgear is now sold.

Taken to PM.

Cheers
James
banned#22
That is fine mate.
banned#23
Thread locked, thanks for letting us know.

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