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Anyone Found An Awesome Usb Wireless N Adapter?


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Anyone found an awesome USB Wireless N Adapter?

I iz looking for a new USB Wireless N Adapter to turn into a Wifi Access Point for my soon arriving ipad.

Going to use Connectify to spread the internet's from my Vodafone 3G connection.

Just wondering, if anyone has found any specific adapter to have a higher range, and better survivability against Zombie attacks?

Was looking at the Dynalink Wireless N Nano Adapter but if there are better one's out there, then I want!

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What are you mainly wanting to use this wireless adapter for?

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I have 2 of the Linksys WUSB600n version 1 and 2. They work pretty well. If you have windows 7 you dont need connectify because windows 7 makes a virtual adapter for sharing internet. Don't mind me... I'm drunk as hell right now.. but I can still type. Go me :D

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To turn it into a Wireless Access Point

I know you are after a USB wireless Adapter, but if you are using a desktop computer and you have a spare PCI-Ex slot on your motherboard, you could consider this adapter.

ASUS PCE-N13 WLAN PCI-Express 11n Wireless Adapter Windows 7 Support, PCI-E x1

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Would be after something a bit USB based, due to the fact of no ports available in PC.

Thanks Mr-Protocol, will check out the Linksys stuff.

Awesome, thanks Infiltrator for your suggestions.

/me hands Mr-Protocol another drink and marches into the google

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No problems ChevronX, by the way found something for you

Linksys WUSB600N Dual Band Wireless-N USB Adapter

Regards,

Infiltrator

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Well some of the reviews of the WUSB600N aren't that great, with cutting out the Wifi connection, and terrible connections, well according to the few on Newegg anyway.

Was still considering the D-Link DWA-160, due to the fact its N, and supports the 5ghz band, that the iPad does as well.

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