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Wifi/WLAN/Wireless Network Signal Detector Keychain £3.40 delivered
Wifi/WLAN/Wireless Network Signal Detector Keychain  £3.40 delivered

Wifi/WLAN/Wireless Network Signal Detector Keychain £3.40 delivered

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Wifi/WLAN/Wireless Network Signal Detector Keychain
Detects 2.4Ghz Wireless LAN networks nearby (802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n)
- Standalone operation, no more pulling out and boot your laptop or PDA just to find out whether there is a wireless network or hot spot around you
- Detects both open and encrypted networks
- Displays signal strengths via LEDs
- Powered by 2 x CR2032 button batteries (included)

Dimensions: 2.36 in x 1.1 in x 0.33 in
Weight: 0.85 oz

Might not be fantastic but a bargain if it works!
Similar to this one posted previously but cheaper.
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7 Comments

Original Poster

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why would you want a "detector" ?
whatever needs to connect to the wifi signal will detect it, woun't it ?

Original Poster

hashman;2261720

why would you want a "detector" ? whatever needs to connect to the wifi … why would you want a "detector" ? whatever needs to connect to the wifi signal will detect it, woun't it ?



Its much easier to walk around on holiday all day with a keyring in your pocket than carry a laptop around, fully opperational and the wife carrying a dozen car batteries to run it.

OK so it detects both open and encrypted networks, but can it differentiate between them?
not much use in finding a half-decent network signal, then booting laptop only to find that I need to hack into an encrypted network to be able to use it - which I wouldn't ::whistling: and is hardly pactical anyway.
so does it somehow indicate open or encrypted?
or can you tell it to look for open networks only.
don't want much for £3.40 do I? :w00t:

OK so it detects both open and encrypted networks, but can it differentiate between them?
not much use in finding a half-decent network signal, then booting laptop only to find that I need to hack into an encrypted network to be able to use it - which I wouldn't : and is hardly practical anyway.
so does it somehow indicate open or encrypted?
or can you tell it to look for open networks only.
don't want much for £3.40 do I?
Eeeerrrrgh... or someone has already spoken it yet??

Original Poster

Flipd;2262110

OK so it detects both open and encrypted networks, but can it … OK so it detects both open and encrypted networks, but can it differentiate between them?not much use in finding a half-decent network signal, then booting laptop only to find that I need to hack into an encrypted network to be able to use it - which I wouldn't ::whistling: and is hardly pactical anyway.so does it somehow indicate open or encrypted?or can you tell it to look for open networks only.don't want much for £3.40 do I? :w00t:



I would expect it to do all that and also hack any network for you, listing all access codes. It should also redirect your connection to the U.S. defence network and list all nuclear weapon launch codes for all members of NATO and the Warsaw pact.
After which it may or may not access all known bank accounts in the western world, enabling you to check everybodys bank balance and make any adjustments you feel necessary.:prop:

But then maybe they would have charged a little more:gift:

So I would guess it just detects a WiFi signal.

oh dear - like it though saves on batter power on your moby..(if you have wi-fi on your mobile)
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