D-Link launch tiny DWA-131 Wireless USB adapter

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DWA-131.jpgD-Link are set to launch the DWA-131 Wireless USB adapter later this month. Little bigger than a 50 pence piece, the tiny adapter connects to a Wireless 802.11n network and can provide download speeds of up to 300 Mbps.

The adapter uses what is known as “smart antenna technology”. The device transmits multiple streams of data, which it bounces off walls to minimise interference and help eliminate Wi-Fi dead zones.

“With its sleek compact design and unmatched performance, this ultra-portable USB adapter is an ideal choice for setting up a secure, high-performance wireless connection” explains Andrew Mulholland, Marketing Manager for D-Link UK.

The D-Link Nano Adapter uses 802.11n technology to maximise the speed, strength and range of wireless signals to significantly outperform 802.11g devices, but will still be fully compatible with existing 802.11b/g wireless routers and access points.

The DWA-131 will be available on the 21st December from Play.com for £34.99.

Gerald Lynch
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