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Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) (WLAN) "Mini" - USB 2.0 Dongle - 802.11g £5.99 Delivered 7day shop
Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) (WLAN) "Mini" - USB 2.0 Dongle - 802.11g  £5.99 Delivered 7day shop

Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) (WLAN) "Mini" - USB 2.0 Dongle - 802.11g £5.99 Delivered 7day shop

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I have one of these great little wifi for desktop Pcs.

Share your printer, fax, internet and files easily between users within the network.

Wireless-g is now the home user standard for wireless networking, most current internet conections are around the 1mb-2mb speeds and this 54mb wireless adapter is easily capable of that and much more!

Specifications:

Wireless Lan 11g USB Adapter
IEEE 802.11g
USB 1.1 / 2.0
IEEE 802.11g Supports: 6, 9, 12, 24, 36, 48, 54MBps

Network Types: Infastructure or Ad-Hoc (peer to peer)
Authorisation: Open, Shared Key, Automatic, WPA, WPA PSK, WPAZ, WPAZ PSK
Encription: WEP, TKIP, AES or disabled

System Requirements:

200mhz or Higher CPU
Memory: 64MB or above (128MB+ recommended)
Microsoft Windows ME/2000/XP, supports windows Vista using the windows vista network tool and not the software provided.
Linux Kernel 2.4.20 or above

26 Comments

This is a pretty good price as it includes delivery.
Surely the system requirements are a USB 1.1/2.0 port also.

Also if you have Windows ME don't buy this, just get a new computer

Voted hot from me - it's so damn cheap

Original Poster

lol Ya it is cheap and there work really well too mate.

Great deal - indispensable for when you find a PC with no built in wireless or nic card and you need to hitch it to a wireless lan. Like I did last week on a job. Wish I'd had this with me!

Nice price seeing as it is inclusive of delivery. I may order one as a spare but for the one to be used I am ordering a wireless-N from ebuyer

ebuyer.com/pro…672

It is a little more and will cost for delivery but it has 4 times the range and 3 times the speed vs a G-adaptor.

I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for cheap at £6.99 delivered.

7dayshop.com/cat…342

Anyone tried this on Ubuntu? I was thinking of using this on my netbook - anyone else tried it on something but Windows?

Thanks, good price just ordered one as a backup

can this be used on the new Sony wireless enabled range of TV's or the BDP-S370 Blu-Ray Player?

ordered thanks .

playaz

Anyone tried this on Ubuntu? I was thinking of using this on my netbook - … Anyone tried this on Ubuntu? I was thinking of using this on my netbook - anyone else tried it on something but Windows?


Although I haven't tried it on Ubunto, you should be fine as long as the distro is post Linux Kernel 2.4.20.
Which for your securitys sake I hope it is

Shima

mebzz

Nice price seeing as it is inclusive of delivery. I may order one as a … Nice price seeing as it is inclusive of delivery. I may order one as a spare but for the one to be used I am ordering a wireless-N from ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/product/149672It is a little more and will cost for delivery but it has 4 times the range and 3 times the speed vs a G-adaptor.



Thats only true if the network you're connecting to is running N.
Otherwise you'll bump down to G speeds anyways.

I appreciate what you are saying about device classes though.

I've got a laptop with built in wireless, a modem with wireless n. If i buy the wireless n one pointed out above
7dayshop.com/cat…342

then would it really make my wireless speed that much quicker?

Any advice much appreciated!

Wireless N router + wireless N USB adaptor = up to 150Mbps vs up to 54Mbps on the G-adaptors

For £1 more your are getting something which for you will be a lot faster

Recommendation for people who don't have wireless N routers but only wireless G.....better to pay the extra £1 so you could use it with your next router. It is fully backwards compatible

Edited by: "mebzz" 27th Oct 2010

Ordered.

is this compatible with backtrack ?

mebzz

I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for … I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for cheap at £6.99 delivered. http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=109342



Ordered this one. Thanks !

Bought one of these about 6 months ago - excellent device for the price.

flashjohny

is this compatible with backtrack ?


Yes, because it's a later linux distro

heat

shimagoza

Yes, because it's a later linux distro



What do you mean by that? Sorry if it was a joke and I didn't get it

mebzz

Wireless N router + wireless N USB adaptor = up to 150Mbps vs up to … Wireless N router + wireless N USB adaptor = up to 150Mbps vs up to 54Mbps on the G-adaptorsFor £1 more your are getting something which for you will be a lot fasterRecommendation for people who don't have wireless N routers but only wireless G.....better to pay the extra £1 so you could use it with your next router. It is fully backwards compatible



thanks - any way of telling what the wireless in my old laptop is? its about 6 years old - would that mean its even worse than g - so should see a huge improvement?

mebzz

I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for … I take back my previous comments....7Day shop also have a wireless N for cheap at £6.99 delivered. http://www.7dayshop.com/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=777_9&products_id=109342



Hi does anyone know if this would work with the Sony 370 blu-ray player on offer from Argos? rather than the much more expensive Sony branded one.

Not sure this supports windows 7 64 bit?

Could not get this to work on windows 32 bit .

Tryed it on a laptop with windows xp aswell and it was keep dropping out, it was worse then the one that was built in.
Edited by: "philmitchell" 1st Nov 2010

Thanks for the review, will avoid

Got this to work on vista ok in the end and installed ok without the disk, but would not install still on xp or windows 7 still with the disk .
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