ASUS USB-N10 Nano 11n USB Wireless Network Adaptor
ASUS USB-N10 Nano Adaptor 150Mbps, IEEE 802.11b/g/n, 2.4 GHz, 14dBm, USB 2.0 Wireless Adaptor
By DPD On 23rd May 2018
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
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Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
EZ N First-class Performance
The ASUS USB-N10 provides superior wireless performance for your PC compared to legacy wireless 802.11g technology. It uses a best-in-class MIFA antenna to deliver consistent HD quality data streaming and a much wider wireless operating range. In addition to providing better bandwidth and coverage, the 802.11n standard it’ also backward compatible with 11g and 11b networks, ensuring existing networking hardware can be fully utilized.
Extremely Compact and Powerful
USB-N10 is the smallest wireless USB adapter in the world. Boasting a 3 cm body length, it is easy to carry and takes up little space when attached to a notebook. Compared to most USB Wi-Fi adapters, it is extremely compact and sturdy with its pocket-sized format and strong plug-in design. This small size and strengthened one-piece shape allows a host notebook to be connected to the USB-N10 even when it is placed in a slim carrying case or bag. Thus you can enjoy constant connectivity with the ASUS USB-N10!
Breakthrough Antenna Design
The wireless USB adapter incorporates an impressive MIFA antenna which is better than PCB and Chip antennas widely used in generic adapters. This integrated antenna and connector design provides a compact form factor that is much smaller than conventional adapters and greatly expands the transmission range.
Multiple OS Support - Windows, Mac and Linux
USB-N10 allows you to easily enjoy wireless networking over various platforms. It is compatible with common operating systems such as Windows, Linux, Mac, and even the newest Windows 7 OS.
Strong and convenient USB connection for fast downloads, rapid file transfers, and low-latency media streaming
PSP XLink Kai Support
Play system games with PSP users worldwide via the internet
Improve Wi-Fi security with easy WPS Wizard
Supports the newest Window 7 and Mac 10.6 Operating Systems
Features Network Standard IEEE802.11b, IEEE802.11g, IEEE802.11n
Antenna 2 * Internal Antenna (3D enhanced MIFA antenna on USB connector ).
Operating Frequency 2.4 ~ 2.5 GHz
Operation Channel 11 for N. America, 13 Europe (ETSI), 14 Japan
802.11n:Tx: 150Mbps (Max) / Rx: 150Mbps (Max)
11b 17 +/- 1 dBm
11g 15 +/- 1 [email protected]
11n 13 +/- 1 dBm (14.5dBm)
|Data Transfer Speed||150 Mbps|
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- RTB Period:
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