Zyxel NWD2105 802.11n mini USB 2.0 Wireless Adapter
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- Ultra compact design for optimal portability
- Latest 802.11n compliant with data transfer rate up to 150bps*
- Support soft AP mode, Support multiple applications with WMM QoS
- One-touch WPS button for easy wireless security setup, Link your PC/laptop with Wi-Fi Direct supported devices
- Package Content :Wireless USB Adapter, Support CD, Quick Start Guide, USB Extension Cable, Warranty Card, Warranty: 3 Years
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The compact, lightweight design of NWD2105 offers excellent portability. Users can easily plug NWD2105 to a USB connector on desktop or laptop computers to upgrade the network speed instantly. In addition, the bundled USB cable makes it convenient for users to adjust the direction of NWD2105. The NWD2105 brings you faster wireless connection than the existing 802.11g standard. With the data transfer rate of up to 150Mbps*, which is three times faster than the 802.11g standard, the NWD2105 offers you the high-speed connection everywhere under Wi-Fi coverage. It not only provides a high-speed network capability, but also works with your existing 802.11b/g network. With the built-in soft AP function, the NWD2105 can help users to create wireless networks instantly. Just plug NWD2105 into a desktop or laptop computer connecting to a cable or xDSL modem, all other wireless-capable devices can connect to the Internet through NWD2105. With WMM QoS certification, the NWD2105 is an excellent solution for you to deliver time-sensitive applications such as video and voice streaming. It significantly enhances your experience on audio, video and voice applications by prioritizing data traffic, so you can enjoy and share multimedia contents with your family or friends without interruption.
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Within 20 to 25 feet of the router, the signal and speed are better than the G cards in the laptop/netbook. However, at a further distance, it performs worse. Where the netbook/laptop get a weak, though usable signal with the on board cards, this Zyxel gets nothing. It's also not the case that the router isn't broadcasting the N signal far enough, because 15 feet further from where this Zyxel isn't getting a signal, we have a Zyxel wireless N bridge hooked to a bluray that streams from the internet through the same wireless router without any issue whatsoever.
Though two of the three I now have are useless, I'll keep them as the price is bargain basement, isn't worth the hassle to return, and maybe a need will arise for them in the future.
First disappointment I've had with Zyxel in 13 years.
Update on 12/18/2011
A year and numerous technology advances later, there is now a better solution than changing everything you own to wireless-N. With the plummeting price of Powerline Ethernet, coupled with speed increases, interoperability, and major steps in reliability it is now an excellent alternative to full wireless in the home.
I've picked up refurbished Powerline units at $20 to $25 a pop and put them in those rooms where we have fixed devices streaming (bedrooms/family room). In the family room at the other end of of the house, I used a 4 port wireless bridge in A/P mode and plugged it in to the Powerline adapter there. The entertainment devices are able to have "wired" connectivity, and the portable devices have a local access point. So, bottom line, if like me, you were primarily interested in this wireless-N adapter to get further range in your home (for example), consider the Powerline alternative coupled with a cheap access point or bridge - I think you'll find it resolves the primary issue and you'll have much better results and reliability.