|Price incl. VAT||£11.90|
|Price excl. VAT||£9.92|
Advanced Wi-Fi adapter that supports IEEE 802.11 b, gan USB. By using the latest specification of the interface Wi-Fi can transmit data at speeds up to 300 MBps! With two built-in antennas ensure quality is a sensitive signal reception. If your router supports WPS, it is possible to establish a connection in a few moments without any adjustment! Along with the USB adapter is shipped with a rich software feature, which for example can turn it into a wireless access point AP, enables high-speed wireless network settings a few clicks, make convenient exploration wireless network topology or diagnose and configure wireless network with on-line solutions problems. The owners of gaming consoles Sony PlayStation Portable surely appreciate the supports Xlink Kai, which will enable them to play their favorite games with opponents from around the world. The module is functional operating under Windows, Mac OS and Linux.
Up to 150 m
2 antennas on PCB
802.11n: up to 300 Mbps (RX and TX)
802.11g: up to 54 Mbps
802.11b: up to 11 Mbps
Mobile control center
Types of network architectures:
Infrastructure and ad-hoc
Supported operating systems:
Windows 2000/XP (x86/x64)/Vista (x86/x64)/7 (x86/x64)
Linux 2.4 and 2.6
70 x 22 x 10 mm
CE, FCC, IDA, IC, C-Tick, NCC, GOST
ASUS is a symbol of the growth of Taiwan's economy. The firm's beginnings date back to April 2, 1989, when as a small manufacturer of motherboards began his work with a few employees. Today, Asus employs more than 12,500 employees worldwide.
ASUS products can be found in almost every category of the information technology marketplace. ASUS is focused on desktops, laptops, phones, optical drives and components. In the manufacture of motherboards, the company is now the dominant player with a staggering 40% market share.
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