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# 38395 28-Jul-2009 19:40
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This is here http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/4a6ea56500219f92273fc0a87f3b0713/Product/View/XH9652


Or is there another one that you could reccomend for about the same $100 price point. 


Must be
USB
802.11N compatible
Backwards Compatible with 802.11B/G
 





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  # 239906 28-Jul-2009 19:48
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DSE session based url strikes again, seriously they still haven't changed that crap.

Anyway you have to click the "link to this" link in the top right to get http://www.dse.co.nz/dse.shop/en/product/XH9652

Regarding the actual item it seems expensive to me.  N is still a draft spec subject to changes and the benefits over G are not sigificant. 

Are you actually connecting to a N router?

If not I would consider a cheap generic G stick, at the end of the day there's a high probablity they use the same chipset inside.  Paying for brand name is likely to be pointless.



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  # 239916 28-Jul-2009 20:17
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