Edimax EW-7811DAC AC600 Wireless USB Adapter
Next Generation Wi-Fi Standard
The Edimax EW-7811DAC 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 PC’s and notebooks to super high speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi and enjoy streaming video and data.
Enjoy better performance and greater flexibility for your Wi-Fi devices, using dual-band connectivity. The EW-7811DAC provides connectivity for the 2.4GHz band at speeds of 150Mbps or 5Ghz band at speeds of 433Mbps. You can surf the internet and check your email on the 2.4GHz band, or select the 5GHz band for online gaming and video streaming.
5dBi/7dBi Directional High Gain Antenna
The EW-7811UAC Directional High Gain Antenna, 5dBi (2.4GHz) and 7dBi(5GHz), provides high performance and long distance connections for your wireless network.
Features • Complies with draft IEEE 802.11ac standard and backward compatible with wireless 802.11a/b/g/n standards
• Dual-band wireless connectivity for 2.4GHz or 5GHz
• Max. Wi-Fi speeds of 150Mbps (2.4GHz) or 433Mbps (5GHz)
• Features a hardware WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button for easy wireless connections
• Features easy setup wizard
• Supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1, Linux and Mac OS X drivers
• Directional high gain antenna, 5dBi (2.4GHz) and 7dBi(5GHz), provides high performance long distance wireless connections
• USB cradle for flexible placement and better wireless signal
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