For any one with wireless internet, you know that sometimes the speed of your wireless card just doesn’t cut it. Perhaps you connect to other computers via a wireless network and find file transfers a little slow. Thankfully, since Wireless G was first introduced to the world as a high speed network solution, there have been numerous improvements. The next in line of succession is Wireless N. With up to 12 times the speed and 4 times the coverage of a standard Wireless G network, this newer technology looks to change how we view wireless networks. With speeds worthy of downloading media or playing network games, users are sure to enjoy the up to 300Mbps transfer rates. Let’s take a closer look at Trendnet’s Wireless N PCI Card.
Provided By: Trendnet
The packaging for the Trendnet wireless adapter is very professional looking and informative. A picture of the card itself is featured on the front along with several diagrams illustrating the difference between the wireless formats N, Super G, and G.
The rear of the package contains more information. It has a diagram which lists features of the card, as well as another diagram illustrating uses for the Wireless N network within the home. Several other related products are displayed, as well as the always encouraging 3 Year Warranty and Tech Support contact information.
Let’s open the box up and see just what’s inside.
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