Next Generation Wi-Fi Standard
The Edimax EW-7711MAC is the next generation of Wi-Fi adapter, compatible with the draft 802.11ac standard and delivering speeds of up to 433Mbps at 5GHz - almost three times as fast as 802.11n. Upgrade PCs and notebooks to super high speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi and enjoy streaming video and data.
Enjoy a better, smarter wireless experience with the super-fast, interference-free 5GHz frequency band. At speeds of up to 433Mbps, the EW-7711MAC is great for online gaming, video streaming or other bandwidth-intensive tasks which are too much for the standard 2.4GHz Wi-Fi frequency to handle. As the world’s first dedicated 11ac 5GHz adapter, the EW-7711MAC unlocks a new world of intelligent Wi-Fi performance and applications, future-proofing your laptop to communicate and sync with the next wave of 11ac-ready smartphones and tablets.
Nano, Stylish, And Minimal Design
The EW-7711MAC AC450 Wireless USB Upgrade Adapter ‘s Nano design is perfect design for mobility and convenience for you to take the advantage of 11ac 5GHz super-fast speed anywhere. With it’s stylish and minimal design, the EW-7711MAC perfectly fits your MacBook and Ultrabook as part of it’s original design.
Download and Stream Anywhere
Use the EW-7711MAC to download and stream media from YouTube, Netflix or other services without waiting for buffering, or stream media across your network from a NAS (network-attached storage) at lightning speeds. Streaming HD movies or downloading is faster and more reliable than ever with 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Features • Nano, stylish and minimal design, it is perfectly fits your MacBook.
• Complies with draft IEEE 802.11ac standard and backward compatible with wireless 802.11a/n standards.
• Wireless connectivity on 5GHz band reducing wireless interference.
• Maximum Wi-Fi speeds of 433Mbps (5GHz).
• Features WEP64/128-bit, WPA, WPA2, 802.11x encryption.
• Features easy setup wizard.
• Supports Mac OS 10.7~10.10.
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