Tenda W322P V2 300Mbps PC Wireless N WIFI PCI Adapter Card OEM Packaging £9.11 including free Click and Collect at local Argos Store from Ebay (Envizage Solutions)
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Tenda W322P V2 300Mbps PC Wireless N WIFI PCI Adapter Card OEM Packaging £9.11 including free Click and Collect at local Argos Store from Ebay (Envizage Solutions)

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Found 5th Jan 2014
I've been looking for a decent deal on a PCI/PCI-E MIMO WiFi card and this is about the best available from a UK seller.

Decent reviews from what I can find so far, better than some of the TP-Link and ASUS models in fact.

85p for standard delivery or Free collection from local Argos store.

The Tenda W322P is an 802.11n compliant wireless PCI Adapter that provides up to 6x faster wireless speeds and 8x better wireless reception over 802.11g products while staying backward compatible with 802.11g/b devices. The wireless adapter is the best choice for easily adding or upgrading wireless connectivity to your desktop computer. Connect your desktop computer to a wireless network and access a high-speed Internet connection, transfer files and stream media from greater distances across your home than previous-generation Wireless G technology.

Key Features

Standards
IEEE 802.11 b/g/n

Interface
PCI

Antenna
2.0dBi fixed antenna* 2 (external, omni-directional, rotatable)
Frequency: 2.4GHz

Button
None

Dimensions
(L*W*H) mm 132.7mm?~80mm?~21.5mm

LED
1* Link/Act

Wireless Speed
Up to 300Mbps over 11n

Frequency
2.4GHz

Channel
1~13

Transmit Power
18dBm (Max)

Operating Mode
Infrastructure?C Ad-Hoc

Security
64-/128-bit WEP WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK WPS

Compatible OS
Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP 32-/64-bit, Windows 7 32-/64-bit, Linux 2.2X/2.4X/2.6X, Vista 32-/64-bit, MAC

Others
Connect PSP, WII and NDS to Internet and Xlink Kai

Package Contents
W322P
Installation CD
Antenna*2

Temperature
Operating Temperature: 0?? ~ 40??;
Storage Temperature: -40?? ~ 70??.

Humidity
Operating Humility:10% ~ 90% RH Non-condensing
Storage Humility:3% ~ 90% RH Non-condensing

Certificates
CE FCC RoHS

13 Comments

have some heat after reading some reviews online the trend is its ok for a budget systems

Original Poster

Tbh, I usually find that a network card is a network card and it's just finding a reliable one that will sustain a stable connection.

I've been using a cheap USB one that I bought from Amazon for the last month or so and I'm looking forward to binning it once my new internal arrives. It's given me nothing but hassle.

tenda is ok bit like tplink i have some equipment by them and it all works ok here is a link for firmware updates if you need it tenda

have a tp link modem router and a tenda router in bridge mode, both about a tenner each.

never had any problems and the support / update sites are good,

Original Poster

360baby

using this … using this http://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-Link-TL-WN851ND-300Mbps-Wireless-Adapter/dp/B0019EMF2M



I looked at that one too but this one is a little cheaper and seems to score about the same in reviews if not slightly better.

had 2 off these fail on me, and one still working....keep the receipt......

Hot I looked for a while last week ended up with on of these for £20

ebay.co.uk/itm…508

Been using these for about 18 months in a couple of machines with no issues.

Original Poster

mk3

Hot I looked for a while last week ended up with on of these for … Hot I looked for a while last week ended up with on of these for £20http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/301042547508



No offence but why would you buy that? It's only 150Mbps and you can usually get cheaper alternatives from Amazon and PC World.

Spark

No offence but why would you buy that? It's only 150Mbps and you can … No offence but why would you buy that? It's only 150Mbps and you can usually get cheaper alternatives from Amazon and PC World.



The T-Link equivalent is £8.73 on Amazon, and it's also low profile. As far as I can tell the Anatel one is an old card; it advertises the "n" signal as "draft", which was only around before the n standard was finalised (i.e. 2009 or before). Bizarre purchase.
Edited by: "Domislice" 6th Jan 2014

i bought a cheapo USB adaptor but the signal is pretty pants - would something like this likely be the same or better? the antenna's look like i should get a better reception ? Yes/No ?

Original Poster

kjcoolcat

i bought a cheapo USB adaptor but the signal is pretty pants - would … i bought a cheapo USB adaptor but the signal is pretty pants - would something like this likely be the same or better? the antenna's look like i should get a better reception ? Yes/No ?



Should do, that's why I've bought one. I got sick of the cheap USB one losing connection all the time and having a weaker signal reception that most other devices in my apartment.
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