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Edimax EW-7318Ug / Wireless G 54Mbps / USB2.0 Network Adapter - 8.99 delivered @ Play
Edimax EW-7318Ug / Wireless G 54Mbps / USB2.0 Network Adapter - 8.99 delivered @ Play

Edimax EW-7318Ug / Wireless G 54Mbps / USB2.0 Network Adapter - 8.99 delivered @ Play

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very good quality product. much better than some of the other adaptors ive had. This
price is about £5 cheaper than i payed for it

Edimax Technology is dedicated to the design, development, manufacturing and marketing of innovative networking products. Years of efforts to better connect people to the networking world have enabled Edimax Technology to be among Taiwan's leading manufactures of network communication products.

Product Features:

Complies with the IEEE-802.11g / b wireless standard
High-Speed Wireless data rate up to 54Mbps
64/128/256-bit WEP, WPA Data Encryption function
Portable mini size design with 4dBi antenna
Product Description: Edimax EW-7318USg - network adapter
Device Type: Network adapter
Form Factor: External
Interface (Bus) Type: Hi-Speed USB
Dimensions (WxDxH): 8.7 cm x 2.7 cm x 0.9 cm
Data Link Protocol: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
Data Transfer Rate: 54 Mbps
Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz
Compliant Standards: IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.1x
System Requirements: Microsoft Windows 98SE/2000/ME/XP

14 Comments

# Driver : rt73
# Chipset : Ralink
Ralink RT2571W chipset (can be used with rt73 drivers)

Very good chipset. +heat

Great price :thumbsup:

Very good one..I bought one last year and it is excellent ..Great price :thumbsup:

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Thanks for posting this Good price!

excellent product, i bought one for £14.99 from Play in Feb 2008 so at this price its great value

Nice!

please my advice is dont buy it........

my 1st one from play keptdropping signal and connection gota replacement and its the same...

nothingwrong with my signal or netgear router as other one has no issue



piece of trash:x

foxyuk;5410258

please my advice is dont buy it........my 1st one from play keptdropping … please my advice is dont buy it........my 1st one from play keptdropping signal and connection gota replacement and its the same...nothingwrong with my signal or netgear router as other one has no issuepiece of trash:x



I find that some wireless adapters can be different on machines in the same house. For £8.99 I'd say its worth a shot.

foxyuk;5410258

please my advice is dont buy it........my 1st one from play keptdropping … please my advice is dont buy it........my 1st one from play keptdropping signal and connection gota replacement and its the same...nothingwrong with my signal or netgear router as other one has no issuepiece of trash:x



Also bought an Edimax from Play and all it does is drop the signal regularly - sometimes several times a minute. It's very frustrating and annoying. I would avoid it like foxyuk says. You have been warned.

teerex;5410388

Also bought an Edimax from Play and all it does is drop the signal … Also bought an Edimax from Play and all it does is drop the signal regularly - sometimes several times a minute. It's very frustrating and annoying. I would avoid it like foxyuk says. You have been warned.



Mine did that as well, I think it may have been a power problem, not enough current on my laptops USB. But could not confirm. Just set up a homeplug in the end

Voted hot for price and product, however prefer powerline adapters as no compatibility issues win 64 bit os.

This one is the same price and seems better: -

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Or something a little more future-proof for a few extra quid: -

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which of those will work for a popcorn hour?
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