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Part # Distributor Manufacturer Product Category Description
USB-WIRELESS2 ASAP Semiconductor CABLES UNLIMITED Not Provided CU USB-WIRELESS2 WIRELESS USB ADAPTER
USB-N53 ASAP Semiconductor ASUS Not Provided Dual-Band Wireless USB Adapter (USBN53)
USB-N10 ASAP Semiconductor ASUS Not Provided WUSB WIRELESS-N USB ADAPTER
USB150WN1X1 ASAP Semiconductor STARTECH Not Provided Wireless USB N Network Adapter (USB150WN1X1)
USB-WIRELES-TTA ASAP Semiconductor CABLES UNLIMITED Not Provided USB Wireless Table Top Adapter
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