Desktop USB 11n High Gain Adaptor with Dual antenna
802.11n Wi-Fi offers the connection speeds you need to enjoy smooth HD streaming, online multiplayer gaming, downloading, and much more.
Adjustable Cable Enhances Reception
Get more flexibility when placing the USB-N14 adapter with the bundled USB extension cable. Greater freedom of placement means better reception, as it allows you to fine-tune positioning for the best signal available.
External high-gain antenna supports up to 10X signal coverage
With the detachable high-gain antenna you get the option to greatly increase your signal coverage up to 10X more extensive than Wireless-g adapters. Detachable design means you can connect and disconnect antennas at will, and even upgrade them in future if needed.
One push setup
Simply setup a connection between your router and devices with two button presses thanks to auto detection and network integration. No manual settings input required, and security is assured thanks to strong encryption. Features • Dual detachable 5dBi high-gain antenna supports up to 10x signal coverage
• Bundled USB extension cable for flexible placement to pinpoint best reception
• EZ WPS - Wi-Fi configuration setting in just 2 steps with WPS hardware push button
|Data Transfer Speed||300 Mbps|
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- 24 months
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- 28 days
- RTB Period:
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