Buffalo AirStation N150 Wireless USB Adapter
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two solid reviews (4.3 out of 5.0) over at tigerdirect.com
Lot’s of pretty good reviews (4.3 out of 5.0) over at amazon
to the techxperts out there? Does this support promiscuous mode?
According to WikiPedia:
Does this mean that if I’m using a Bluetooth mouse that I’m probably going to get just 72mbps?
Compatible with Synology wifi hotspot. Fwiw.
Helpful for direct plex stream etc. In for one
Now I’m annoyed. I checked put then bought something else. And had to pay shipping on both. At both shipped in one cart I would have been fine apparently. Nice change I was not ware of, my deals suddenly got worse.
In for 2. Worth a try for the price !
Is this 2.4ghz or 5.0?
funny… I went to amazon to check the price there and read reviews and found another product with the exact same name/model but a fraction of the size at $13.98 with free ship. Seems like the one on amazon is a better deal once you factor in shipping and size
Your link is for a different item. Please revise.
You CAN use it to fill your tires – it doesn’t work, however. I scared away a mugger who thought it was pepper spray. It picked up a message from an alien civilization.
WTF is that mode?
He said it was a different product. He said reading reviews on this product lead him to that one which had the same name but smaller profile. He said it in his message…
Do you have to install anything on your PC for this? Want it for my work laptop but I can’t install anything on it. Admin privileges denied.
Yes, It’s defiantly possible for the Bluetooth device to cause some performance issues running on the same frequency.
It’s got to be 2.4 if it is compatible with 802.11g:
“AirStation™ HighPower N150 Wireless is fully backward compatible with 11g for ease of use and added convenience.”
Most adapters will usually be 2.4, unless it specifies ‘dual-band’ somewhere in the products description.
Just so everyone knows, this DOES work with backtrack 5. If you know what that means, then you know this is the best $10 you spend all year.
Thanks for this, that is a better deal and if you plan to use on a laptop much better option to have a small one. If however for a desktop it would seem to me that an antennae sticking up would pick up better?
Can this be turned into a wireless access point by plugging it into a computer wired into my network?