Buffalo Wireless 802.11n USB Dongle Adapter for Windows £4.99 delivered @ broadbandbuyer ebay store
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Buffalo Wireless 802.11n USB Dongle Adapter for Windows £4.99 delivered @ broadbandbuyer ebay store

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Found 27th Sep 2010Made hot 27th Sep 2010
12 Months Warranty
OEM Packaging (Non Retail)

Buffalo Nfiniti WLI-UC-G300N Wireless-N USB Adapter is designed to stream High-Definition (HD) video, voice and music. This Buffalo WLI-UC-G300N wireless USB adapter is a high performance USB solution with a built-in antenna for maximum performance and range. It offers a simple way to connect a Windows Notebook or PC to a wireless network. Just plug it into an available USB port.

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Anybody got any personal experience of this item? Probably worth a punt at a fiver but would prefer someone saying if they're any good or not.
Cheers HH.

Cheers, picked one up

Thanks bought one.

Looks exactly like Sony WIFI Stick used in my Bravia KDL46EX503U which cost me £50!

Refurbushed!!

Just what i needed - cheers.

anyone know the chipset on this one?

That is exactly what I needed.
Thanks.

What exactly does this do please?

All gone

Cheers

Original Poster

Babylove

What exactly does this do please?:)



Gives extended wireless through your USB. Good if (a) you don't have wireless on your laptop or desktop, or (b) you have wireless but only have 11 b/g.

Wireless N is faster and will cover an extended range compared with b/g. For example, I use one of my laptops on the 3rd floor at the back of the house. With the built-in wireless b/g card I get a patchy 1-2 bar reception that sometimes drops. Plugging this in gives me a steady 4-bars and it doesn't drop. I also use one on a desktop.

BabyloveWhat exactly does this do please?Gives extended wireless through … BabyloveWhat exactly does this do please?Gives extended wireless through your USB. Good if (a) you don't have wireless on your laptop or desktop, or (b) you have wireless but only have 11 b/g. Wireless N is faster and will cover an extended range compared with b/g. For example, I use one of my laptops on the 3rd floor at the back of the house. With the built-in wireless b/g card I get a patchy 1-2 bar reception that sometimes drops. Plugging this in gives me a steady 4-bars and it doesn't drop. I also use one on a desktop.




Thamks

Original Poster

mumbojumbo

But it's obviously only of any use (over Wireless G) if you have a … But it's obviously only of any use (over Wireless G) if you have a wireless-N enabled router.



Of course. Should have mentioned that.

They sold out quick, eh? Glad to have got one.

Great for anybody with the WDTV HD Media Players!

Voting cold i aint got a computer!
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