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TP-Link Archer T4U AC1200 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter(2.4GHz 300Mbps, 5GHz 867Mbps) £17.99 @ Amazon
TP-Link Archer T4U AC1200 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter(2.4GHz 300Mbps, 5GHz 867Mbps) £17.99 @ Amazon

TP-Link Archer T4U AC1200 Wireless Dual Band USB Adapter(2.4GHz 300Mbps, 5GHz 867Mbps) £17.99 @ Amazon

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Dual-band connections for lag-free HD video streaming and gaming
Speed USB 3.0 port - up to 10 x faster than USB 2.0
Equipped with a USB extension cable for flexible deployment
Easy wireless security encryption at a push of the WPS button
Maximum speed up to 5 GHz, 867 Mbps or 2.4 GHz, 300 Mbps

With reference to my earlier post (http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gmyle-wireless-ac1200-dual-band-802-11ac-usb3-0-network-adapter-19-98-sold-clever-2068908) , a little digging and I found this, it seems much better so disregard the other

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Excuse my daftness maybe but isn't the one at £14.99 fast enough? Thought most 5 GHz channels on most routers only broadcast upto 600 Mbps? Me Aunty lives in the sticks and only crappy broadband anyhow.

Mine got delivered today - works as it should

cecilmcroberts

Excuse my daftness maybe but isn't the one at £14.99 fast enough? Thought … Excuse my daftness maybe but isn't the one at £14.99 fast enough? Thought most 5 GHz channels on most routers only broadcast upto 600 Mbps? Me Aunty lives in the sticks and only crappy broadband anyhow.



If the router is 802.11ac then it can do either 867 or 1300 depending on no antennas (2x2 or 3x3). If it's an 802.11n router then indeed it would be either 300 or 450.

This is not about broadband speed but transfer in your home LAN/WAN e.g. to a server/NAS or another computer. If you store all your data on a NAS and connecting wirelessly to it you will care about wireless transfer speed...

Adrian7

If the router is 802.11ac then it can do either 867 or 1300 depending on … If the router is 802.11ac then it can do either 867 or 1300 depending on no antennas (2x2 or 3x3). If it's an 802.11n router then indeed it would be either 300 or 450.This is not about broadband speed but transfer in your home LAN/WAN e.g. to a server/NAS or another computer. If you store all your data on a NAS and connecting wirelessly to it you will care about wireless transfer speed...



Awhh ty for the easy to understand explanation. Me Aunty can just about work the internet doubt she'll ever have a NAS! Myself I just figured out unsyncing my routers bands, changing the ssid and connecting my phone and tablet onto the 5GHz channel!
Edited by: "cecilmcroberts" 1st Dec 2014
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