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D-Link DWA-125 150Mbps WiFi Wireless 802.11n/b/g USB Adapter £13.75 Delivered @ DX
D-Link DWA-125 150Mbps WiFi Wireless 802.11n/b/g USB Adapter £13.75 Delivered @ DX

D-Link DWA-125 150Mbps WiFi Wireless 802.11n/b/g USB Adapter £13.75 Delivered @ DX

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- Enhanced Wireless Reception and Performance Based on 802.11n Technology
- Frequency range: 2.4GHz-2.4835GHz
- Connect a Notebook or Desktop PC to a Wireless Network
- Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA/WPA2)
- Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS)
- Support XP SP2 or 2000 SP4, Vista (32 or 64-bit)
- Transmission output rate: 17dBm (802.11g/n)
- Comes with USB cable, driver and English manual

7 Comments

this isnt full wireless N... its only 150mb
wireless N is 300Mbs

Hmmm, might be a fake.
You never know with Dealextreme, it's cheap and their gadgets do work but doubt they sell any real brands

I'd rather order the Sweex Wireless 150N USB Adapter from Play for £10:

play.com/PC/…tml

I theory this is the D-Link product spec:
dlink.com/pro…722

It looks like the D-Link 150 technology they boast will only work with a D-Link 150 router (or enabled devices) - so not much use really.

My 2 cents...

Shima

amazon.co.uk/Get…e_3

£8.99 from amazon... doesn't mention speed 150/300Mbps, but is wireless n.

[edit] just checked at another site, it's 300mbps.

dmaster2000

this isnt full wireless N... its only 150mbwireless N is 300Mbs


I'm guessing this only has two antennas and not three. Single stream wireless N is 150mbps. Full N is actually 600mbps, using 4 streams.

Just noticed that URLs aren't enabled by default anymore, so you have to use tags, just letting you know.
[url*]http://etc etc[/url*] - without the * signs in them.
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