Xclio 11n 150Mbps WiFi USB Nano Adaptor
Xclio WL-USB-NANO-150, USB2.0, 150Mbps, 802.11n, WiFi Adaptor USB Nano
By DPD On 28th May
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Ideal for a permanent WiFi USB attachment on your Notebook, Netbook or Mac™ portable Computer, the WL-700-RXS features a new, innovative, single chip design which drastically reduces power consumption, so will keep you connected for longer. Also featured is the very latest in WiFi Encryption including WPA2 (together with legacy Encryptions for your older devices), advanced QoS (Quality of Service) will automatically give priority to 'time sensitive' data such as Movies, Audio and VoIP for a more fluid experience.
Features • 802.11n 1T1R ~ up to 150Mbps
• Ideal for the next generation WiFi Routers
• Nano-size design - ideal as a permanent connection
• Ralink™ 5370 Chipset with lower power design
• 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™ 10/98/ME/2000/XP, Vista™, 7™
• Compatible with Windows 10/8, Mac™ OS X or higher
• Compatible with Linux™ Runtime
|Data Transfer Speed||150 Mbps|
|Wireless Standards||IEEE 802.11n|
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- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
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