Edimax AC1200 Wireless Dual-band USB 3.0 Adapter
World’s Fastest - 802.11ac Truly Realized with USB 3.0
USB 3.0 is up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 and specifies a maximum transmission speed of up to 5Gbps. Providing quicker data transmission times, and backwards compatibility with USB 2.0 (which specifies a maximum speed of 480Mbps), USB 3.0 is the new standard in connectivity – enabling devices to achieve the superfast speeds which 802.11ac can provide. As the first 802.11ac USB adapter to offer USB 3.0 connectivity, the EW-7822UAC is the fastest 802.11ac USB adapter in the world. Features • World’s first AC1200 Wi-Fi Adapter with a USB 3.0 port
• Backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n standards
• Dual-band wireless connectivity for 2.4GHz or 5GHz
• Adjustable foldaway antenna for optimum Wi-Fi performance
• Compatible with Windows 8
• World's first for Mac OS X (10.8.4 or above supports USB 3.0)
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