New wireless USB dongle for homes and small offices AirLive WN-250USB
This model AirLive WN-250USB is highspeed USB device in ultracompact design that allows you to connect your desktop or notebook computer to a fast wireless network. This handy adapter supports the latest Wireless-N technology for greater wireless reception and enhanced the network link speed up to 150Mbps. This adapter is also compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g wireless access points and wireless routers, giving you the flexibility to start upgrading your wireless network.
Wireless-N technology allows you to speed up your wireless connection 150Mbps - 3x then traditional standard 802.11g. This new standard uses the MIMO (Multiple-Input-Multiple-Output) and smart antenna technology which allows you to connect at extend distances around home or office.
Software AP mode: No Wireless Access Point at home but needs it occasionally? AirLive WN-250USB can solve your problem by switching to AP mode. It allows you to share the Internet connection wirelessly with your friends or any other portable devices with Wi-Fi equipped like smart phones or any others.
Security is very important in wireless connections. The AirLive WN-250USB supports the industrial strength encryption method - WPA2, the powerful encryption which helps keep your communications and information private. This device also supporting other security futures like WEP, WPA, AES, TKIP, ... .
More info about model WN-250USB: http://www.airlive.com/product/product_3.jsp?pdid=PD1278581507646
AirLive (www.airlive.com), provides products including Wireless, IP, Security, Broadband communication system and advanced innovations for home connections, SOHO and SMB. "Simple yet powerful networking" is the philosophy behind our entire product line. AirLive products are like trustable and dependable friends for yourself and your organization. AirLive is in your life! For more information about AirLive products, please contact your respective dealers or visit our website: www.airlive.com.
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