IOGEAR’s Universal Wi-Fi N Adapter Turns Ethernet-based Devices Wireless

These days networked devices have Ethernet and either built-in wireless connectivity or at least the support for a wireless USB dongle (often only compatible with select models and provide sub-par signal strength). IOGEAR thinks they have a better solution. The company has brought to market a small 802.11n Wi-Fi adapter (with dual antennas) that connects directly to an Ethernet cable, thus making it a drop dead simple and cross-platform solution to use that can be placed anywhere your Ethernet cable reaches. If you’re interested, you can pick one up a IOGEAR Universal Wi-Fi N Adapter (GWU627) for $49.95 today. The adapter supports Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS), as well as WEP, TKIP, AES, WPA and WPS2 hardware encryption schemes.

Like this product? Also see: Wireless N Dual Band MediaBridge

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2 Reactions to “IOGEAR’s Universal Wi-Fi N Adapter Turns Ethernet-based Devices Wireless”

  1. boikej says:

    Dual antennae not to be confused with dual band… This only operates on 2.4 GHz band.

    In addition to the increased speed and
    coverage, you will be pleased to know that it is compatible with your
    existing 802.11b and 802.11g routers and access points.