Asus USB-N11 Is World's First USB Adapter With EZLink

Posted: Jul 29 2008, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:44am CDT, in Hardware & Peripherals


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Asus USB-N11 is World's first USB Adapter with EZLink

ASUS has released the new ASUS USB-N11 wireless N USB adapter. This compact sized USB Wi-Fi stick allows users to simply push a button on the adapter and the router to create a protected wireless environment without complicated setups.

Additionally, the USB-N11 is fully 802.11n compliant allowing users to have easy interoperability with all draft-N devices. Last but not least, the USB-N11 supports a whole range of different operating systems that includes Windows, Linux and MAC OS to further provide support for users.
Users have always bemoaned the complexity of setting up a protected WiFi network. To aid in this process, the ASUS USB-N11 comes with a WPS button to simplify setup – allowing users to setup a protected networking environment with ease. All the user has to do is to connect the USB-N11, push the WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) button on the adapter and the router, and the set up is done – all without complex configurations. Being WiFi alliance WPS certified, this little marvel contains no compatibility and works for any WPS certified router.
There is no pricing information and shipping date available yet for the USB-N11.
Via this Asus announcement.

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