Buffalo Unveils Tiny 802.11n Dongle

Posted: Jan 15 2009, 2:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:37pm CDT, in News | Hardware & Peripherals

 
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One thing that I hate is having a dongle that sticks out of the side of my netbook, notebook, or desktop computer. Big dongles for wireless networking or mice are especially big issues for mobile users. The further a dongle sticks out of your USB port, the more chance there is that it will get broken off.

This is one of the reasons that Logitech's Nano VX notebook mouse is so cool. If you use a notebook that doesn’t offer 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in, and you don’t want a big dongle sticking out of your computer Buffalo has a new product for you.

The dongle provides 802.11n connectivity in one of the smallest packages you will find. The thing measures 16 x 33 x 8mm and provides connectivity at up to 150Mbps. Another really cool feature is that the adapter supports AOSS for the PS3, Nintendo Wii, PSP and more. Availability is set for early February.

Via Buffalo

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