Is that Trendnet's New Wireless-N USB Adapter in Your Pocket or are You Really Cold?

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alterseekers

These are really great tools you can use to extend the WiFi network you have in your house, specially to those devices which really don't have WiFi capabilities. If you're looking for an alternative though, I recommend the Netgear Universal WiFi Internet Adapter. This WiFi adapter is compatible with most internet-ready devices such as TVs, Blu-ray players, gaming consoles, and more. You can also use it to connect notebooks, wireless printers, and other networked home theater devices. For more information about the Netgear Universal WiFi Internet Adapter, visit http://bit.ly/bByST7 and discover this wonderful device from Netgear. Enjoy!

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jgrimoldy

Though this is nice, and it's about damn time that WiFi adapters got this small, I'm not quite sure I understand the market for this.  Almost all laptops these days have on-board WiFi.  Why would I want to get one of these?  Okay, perhaps for an older machine.  Or perhaps for a desktop that I want to have WiFi access.  Beyond that, it doesn't seem like this would have a very broad appeal.

 

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Thursday

but if you have a machine with a built in B/G/A Wireless adapter this would be a cheap way to upgrade to N. My question is, what kind of MIMO performance could you get with a 3mm antenna array???

Benchmarks for this would be interesting to see.

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