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Netgear WN121T RangeMax Next 270Mbps Wireless-N £23.85 !!!
Netgear WN121T RangeMax Next 270Mbps Wireless-N £23.85 !!!

Netgear WN121T RangeMax Next 270Mbps Wireless-N £23.85 !!!

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New 802.11 N wireless router for £23.85 delivered !!
Looks like a bargain to me !
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Maximum Wireless Coverage & Bandwidth for Desktop & Laptop Computers

This RangeMax NEXT Wireless N WN121T USB 2.0 adapter ensures that your desktop or laptop computer can connect from anywhere in your home, with maximum coverage and bandwidth***, enabling you and the rest of your household to simultaneously connect to multiple Internet services, including online gaming, video streaming, and MP3 downloads.

Specifications

General

Device Type
Wireless Network Adapter
Interface (Bus) Type
USB
Networking

Connectivity Technology
Wireless
Frequency Band
2.4 GHz
Data Link Protocol
IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11n (draft)

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NOT a router, sorry. It's a Wireless Network Adapter

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- djfluff

12 Comments

now if it had been a router it would have been a hot deal as they are arounf £80 for the new 802.11n

This is not a router dude, it's a wireless adapter (an external wireless network card).

as mentioned, not a router..
cold I'm afraid.

Original Poster

I know ! I know.. NOT a ROUTER ! But still not a bad price for a 8.11N bit of kit ...

I agree it's a good price, but there's also this card. a belkin card from ebuyer for £18.94 inc delivery.

]Belkin Pre-n Mimo Wireless

It also includes a pcmcia bridge card so I believe you can use other pcmcia cards in a desktop case and the added benefit of also being able to use the wireless card in a laptop too.

Also 3% quidco for Microdirect.

Can't believe people are voting cold for it. I had to buy a couple USB adapters urgently last week, and they were £20 a pop from Currys for 54mbps ones...so these are superb for the same price.

cold in here lol

I've rated it hot dude. This is a great price for an 802.11n Netgear product.

Hot by me as well. A few bob more than the G model, but much faster, and since they're USB, you can keep your laptop somewhere comfortable and move the wNIC somewhere where it can steal your neighbour's wireless network (I used to favour the end of a drum stick, hanging out my livingroom window) with ease.

I'm looking for one of these now...

Tempted.

Its a decnt price for thosw who want the draft N wireless capablities, but Dell sell integrated ones for £10 when confiugring a laptop.
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