Dynamode 11n 300Mbit Wireless Nano USB Adaptor
Why compromise on having only 150Mbps Wireless connectivity in your ultra-compact Wireless USB device when you can have full, 300Mbps Wireless technology, but still enjoy a 'nano-style' form factor for your mobile Computer.
The new Dynamode WL-700N-XSX is an ultra-compact 'Nano' sized full 300Mbps WiFi compatible device using 2T2R transmit technology to help give a sustained, fully 802.11n compatible device with full backward 802.11n 150Mbps performance, plus even older 802.11g legacy devices if necessary. Ideal as a permanent connection for your Notebook for example, the WL-700N-XSX is compact enough in that it can be left connected even when put back into its carry-case. Other advanced features include a soft access point (AP) mode, QoS (quality of service) for a better multimedia and gaming experience and of course low-power consumption thanks to the latest WiFi signal processor.
Features • 802.11n 2T2R ~ up to 300Mbps
• Ideal for the next generation WiFi Routers
• Nano-size design - ideal as a permanent connection
• Soft AP mode for sharing Internet connections
• USB2.0 Interface ~ Plug n' Play
• QoS and WMM for a better Multimedia experience
• WPS™ (WiFi™ Protected Setup) Mode
• Legacy WPA/WPA2/WPA-PSK and 802.1x Encryption
• Compatible with Windows™ 98/ME/2000/XP, Vista™, 7™
• Compatible with Windows 8™, Mac™ OS X or higher
• Compatible with Linux™ Runtime
|Data Transfer Speed||300 Mbps|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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