Netgear Wireless N300 USB Adapter with Cradle
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Easy setup with the Smart Wizard® CD gets you up and running fast, while Push ‘N’ Connect gives you a secured connection at the push of a button. Compatibility with Wireless-G networks allows hassle-free connection flexiblity. Features http://www.netgear.co.uk/home/products/networking/wifi-adapters/WNA3100.aspx#tab-techspecs
• Faster downloads and online gaming — Provides Wireless-N speed for simultaneous downloads, streaming voice and music and online gaming, in addition to basic Internet applications. Backward compatible with Wireless—G
• Cradle — Includes convenient cradle for use with desktop PCs
• Easy setup — Smart Wizard® CD with graphical installation guide
• Secured connection — Push ‘N’ Connect offers a secured wireless Internet connection at the push of a button
|Data Transfer Speed||300 + 300 Mbps|
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