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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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  • Managing Portable Power Parameters for Dual USB/AC Adapter Charging
    With today's proliferation of wireless and portable electronic equipment, a bewildering array of chargers and adapters are needed to keep a notebook PC, PDA, mobile phone, PMP, or MP3 player recharged. Not surprisingly, charging mobile accessories from the USB port of a notebook computer has become
  • Smart Computing Article - Wires: Who Needs 'Em?
    , or router, that juggles the data going to and from each networked computer. USB network adapters are an easy way to add wireless capabilities to an older computer. If your computer has a free PCI (Peripheral Component Interconnect) slot, you can purchase and install an internal wireless network adapter
  • Computer Power User Article - Parts & Parcel
    , Core Duo, or Core 2 Duo (Socket M) processor, up to 4GB of DDR2-667 memory (in two SODIMM sockets), and an Nvidia GeForce Go 7300, 7600, or 7700 discrete graphics adapter. If you want wireless, the Z84Jp is compatible with mini PCI-E modules, such as Intel s PRO wireless adapters. The case includes
  • Smart Computing Article - Create A Hybrid Network
    of the wireless router. This also means you ll have to replace your crossover cable with a patch cable. Most notebooks you ll find on sale today feature integrated wireless network adapters. You can add wireless functionality to older notebooks and desktops with a variety of wireless network
  • Computer Power User Article - X-Ray Vision: WokFi
    into your kitchen, find a metal strainer or wok, and make your own device. The idea of the WokFi a parabolic reflector device that uses a wok and USB Wi-Fi adapter to strengthen a Wi-Fi signal has been around for a few years. Some people even used metal cans to boost a wireless signal before
  • Dealing with Power Management Requirements in Ultraportable Devices
    A new breed of extremely small electronic products promises to extend the digital lifestyle into entirely new domains. Ranging from Bluetooth® wireless headsets and handheld GPS devices to tiny MP3 players and utility watches, these new ultraportable devices allow users to take their communication