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Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) (WLAN) "Mini" - USB Dongle @ 7dayshop £7.99 Delivered
Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) (WLAN) "Mini" - USB Dongle @ 7dayshop £7.99 Delivered

Wireless LAN (Wi-Fi) (WLAN) "Mini" - USB Dongle @ 7dayshop £7.99 Delivered

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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!
Share your printer, fax, internet and files easily between users within the network.
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 98SE/ME/2000/XP, supports windows Vista using the windows vista network tool and not the software provided.
Linux 10.1 or above

If your CD-ROM drive is not able to take mini CD-ROM's then please download a copy of the drivers found here. (13.4MB)

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extra few pennies and u can get a branded one from play.com
voted cold.

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Probably made in the same factory, it's just has a nice logo on for more money:roll:

Recently purchased one of these after my last Wifi stick broke, and I can honestly say its perfect and half the size of my old wifi stick. If you are in the market for a cheap wifi stick and don't want to spend a fortune then this is a good deal.

My cable broadband is 10 meg and this stick copes perfectly, being only slightly slower than a direct cable link to the modem.

Just waiting for wifi sticks to become the size of the mini bluetooth sticks now!.

There were ones with the RT73 chipset posted for around the same price. Much better chipset in terms of range and speed, not to mention functionality.

Bear in mind that going from wired to wireless will probably result in a reduction of speed. True, the average uk connection is something in the region of 3.5mbit, but plenty of us have 20mbit+, and 54mbit wi-fi will almost never perform at that speed, even without interfering networks nearby, and feet from the router.

Then there's the issue of internal transfers being much slower via wi-fi than via ethernet.

not voting either way, but there are better deals out there if all you want is *A* wi-fi dongle, not specifically this one.

@ WG47 I bow to your greater knowledge of all things WIFI, any links to the better deals than £7.99 delivered?

The smallest USB dongle I have seen is this 802.11n compliant ]micro dongle from Edimax

http://www.edimax.com/images/Image/productimage/wireless/217x205/EW-7711UTn-217x205.jpg

usually retails for about £18, but it is tiny.

Cheers for the heads up on the mini wifi, managed to find it on Amazon for £13.99

amazon.co.uk/Edi…OU0

loopie;5464868

@ WG47 I bow to your greater knowledge of all things WIFI, any links to … @ WG47 I bow to your greater knowledge of all things WIFI, any links to the better deals than £7.99 delivered?



Bit of a delay, but:
dealextreme.com/det…688
dealextreme.com/det…682

DX isn't loading for me, but those links are from a previously posted deal.

hotukdeals.com/ite…rel
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