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TP-Link AC600 USB Wi-Fi Nano Dongle, Dual Band 5 GHz Wireless Adapter - £8.99 (+ £4.49 non-prime) @ Amazon

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  • High speed Wi-Fi dongle - up to 600Mbps speeds with 200Mbps on 2.4GHz and 433 Mbps on 5GHz, upgrades your devices to higher AC Wi-Fi speeds
  • Dual band wireless adapter - 2.4GHz and 5GHz band for flexible connectivity, upgrades your devices to work with the latest dual-band Wi-Fi router for faster speed and extended range
  • Nano design USB Wi-Fi - Small, unobtrusive design allows you to plug it in and forget it is even there
  • Operating System – Supports Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7/XP, Mac OS 10.910.13
  • Advanced security –supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA/WPA2, and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryption standards
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    I have a 300mbps TP Link dongle which is useless. I honestly get a better speed from an old 54mbps dongle.

    I offered it to a nephew and he laughed, he said no way, I've got one of those and they're useless.

    Maybe this is a better product,.
    Edited by: "kencol" 15th Jan
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    We have two of these in the house and they work extremely well on the 5.0Ghz frequency with good speed and stable connections despite being upstairs with the router downstairs.

    Easyto setup but if on Sky broadband you will need to split the mesh to take advantage of the higher speeds of the 5Ghz.
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    No linux driver support BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
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    Would this make a non Wi-Fi printer work through Wi-Fi instead of having to link a cable?
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    poynton15/01/2022 20:58

    Would this make a non Wi-Fi printer work through Wi-Fi instead of having …Would this make a non Wi-Fi printer work through Wi-Fi instead of having to link a cable?


    No.
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    poynton15/01/2022 20:58

    Would this make a non Wi-Fi printer work through Wi-Fi instead of having …Would this make a non Wi-Fi printer work through Wi-Fi instead of having to link a cable?


    no the printer has no OS to install the dongle. what i can recommend though is Etherenet over powerline adapters (assuming the printer has etherenet port) to make the printer more remote. If you dont know what they are ask me for help.
    Edited by: "KC30" 15th Jan
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    KC3015/01/2022 22:34

    no the printer has no OS to install the dongle. what i can recommend …no the printer has no OS to install the dongle. what i can recommend though is Etherenet over powerline adapters (assuming the printer has etherenet port) to make the printer more remote. If you dont know what they are ask me for help.


    Or alternatively a wifi repeater which comes with an ethernet port
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    xxbluedragonxx15/01/2022 23:28

    Or alternatively a wifi repeater which comes with an ethernet port


    Thank you, will check this out.
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    I would of thought this sort of stuff is obsolete now?
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    MartShoe19/01/2022 08:21

    I would of thought this sort of stuff is obsolete now?


    No, definitely can come in useful.
    I keep one around because anything can happen.

    Internal Wireless cards can fail on laptops, Desktop PC Wi-Fi when you require it (if you don't want cables everywhere and don't care about massive drop in throughput compared to cabled)

    It's like having a box of nails/screws which are useful, you don't need it, but you need it
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