Monoprice IEEE 802.11n - Wi-Fi Adapter for Desktop Computer - USB - 150 Mbit/s - 2.46 GHz ISM - 300 ft Indoor Range - 900 ft Outdoor Range - External - 8072

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Mfg Part#: 8072 Sku: 228758191
UPC: 844660080725
UPC 14: 00844660080725
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Product Description

At 5 times faster than traditional Wireless-G (802.11b) networks, Wireless-N networks allow for high-speed data transfers, online gaming, and lightning fast downloads. The Wireless-N USB 2.0 Adapter gives you access to all the high-speed features of Wireless-N networks on older and newer computers. It's simple and easy setup means you'll be surfing the internet, downloading movies, and e-mail in no time.


Tech Features Host Interface USB
Tech Features Product Type Wi-Fi Adapter
Tech Features Manufacturer Part Number 8072
Tech Features Manufacturer Monoprice, Inc
Tech Features Product Name Ultra-Mini USB Wireless Lan 802.11N Adapter - 1T1R (150Mbps)
Tech Features Brand Name Monoprice
Tech Features Package Contents
  • Ultra-Mini USB Wireless Lan 802.11N Adapter - 1T1R (150Mbps)
  • 1 x Driver CD
  • 1 x Quick Start Guide
Tech Features Device Supported Desktop Computer
Tech Features Environmentally Friendly Yes
Tech Features Environmental Certification RoHS
Tech Features Form Factor External
Tech Features Wireless Transmission Speed 150 Mbit/s
Tech Features Wireless LAN Standard IEEE 802.11n
Tech Features ISM Band Yes
Tech Features UNII Band No
Tech Features Indoor Antenna Range 300 ft
Tech Features Outdoor Antenna Range 900 ft
Tech Features ISM Maximum Frequency 2.46 GHz
Tech Features Limited Warranty Lifetime
Product Attributes
Product attributeEnvironmental Certification:   RoHS

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    After setup haggling, it works fine 1/2/2013
    Andy Horning from Freedom, Indiana  

    The bottom line is that, for what I paid for it, I shouldn't complain at all. But since I've got 386 words left, I did have to cuss at it, and fiddle around before it recognized my network. I don't know which magical word worked, or I'd tell you. But suddenly, after a mode change and some foul utterances, it worked fine and has been trouble-free since.

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