Wireless Internet Adaptors

March 15, 2011

Iqon Hooks Up Saab and Net


Android fans, Saab has just the car for you. Iqon is an in-dash infotainment system that features a WiFi enabled touchscreen, access to the Internet and thousands of apps. You can check your email, contact your local dealer, stream music and navigate. The new platform was recently shown in a Phoenix concept car at the 2011 Geneva motor show.

Via Saab

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March 9, 2011

Veebeam Brings PC to TV


The wireless Veebeam is simple to set up. Plug one end into your TV, the other into your PC's USB port and you get the same image on your HDTV (provided that your television has it.) Choose between the default Screencasting mode to share with friends and family or Video Play-To mode for streaming while you multi-task by checking your email or surfing online. There is a less expensive model for those without HDTV.

Via Veebeam

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January 19, 2011

Adapter Offers Wireless Access to Intel WiDi laptops


Logitech has devised a Wireless Speaker Adapter for Intel WiDi-enabled laptops. It allows you to connect laptop audio to speakers and Voila! You get wireless stereo. Look for the adapter to be released in May for $29.99

Via Logitech

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November 17, 2010

TRENDnet Tiny USB Adapter


TRENDnet says that it has the planet's smallest USB adapter. At a size of 0.59 x 0.74 x 0.28", the 150Mbps Micro Wireless N USB Adapter only sticks out 0.3" inches from your PC and can be stowed while plugged in without damaging either the adapter or your laptop. The company claims that it has 6x the speed and 3x the coverage of wireless g technology. A WPS button provides one-touch WiFi setup without codes. The TEW-648UBM retails for a mere $15.99.

Via TRENDnet

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August 20, 2009

D-Link Improves Speed With 150 Router and Adapter


D-Link's 4 port 150 Router and USB Adapter claims to have 4x the speed of standard 802.11g. It also features better reception and expanded coverage. The DIR-600 will set up your WiFi simply and easily and the DWA-125 adapter can connect others in your network via USB with included software. Update your router while knowing that all the PCs are protected and secure.

Via D-Link

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August 12, 2009

Use Landline for Skype with USB Adapter


Skype and other IM-ers can now use a landline and save the price of an extra phone. Eforcity's USB Adapter with VoIP interface will route all incoming calls to your regular phone and ring to the same. When dialing, SkypeOut is automatically detected and used for any long distance call. The adapter is compatible with PC running Windows 2000/XP, a 400 MHz processor or higher and 128 MB RAM.

Via Eforcity Store

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August 7, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Apple AirPort Express


Mac users who want send their media to other rooms or the Internet can do it quite easily with the wireless AirPort Express and for less than $100.00. Send movies, photos music and other files with the Base Station that features 802.11n technology and is compatible with most Macs and some newer PCs. At a size of only 3 x 1.1 x 3.7", the Express has encryption technology as well as a built-in firewall for protection.

Via Apple

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July 24, 2009

Freakin' Friday! Netgear Wireless USB Adapter


We recently purchased a Netgear WG111US Wireless G USB Adapter. While it was created for USB 2.0, it works fine with our ancient 1.1. The 3.72 x 0.6 x 1.19" mini-device is almost effortless when it comes to installing with accompanying software. It is both backwards and forward compatible with 802.11b and supports 128-bit WEP. We did have some initial trouble getting it to stay connected for a time, but after allowing Windows to find a preferred wireless network instead of Netgear, that little blue light just keeps going and going and...

Via Netgear

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July 2, 2007

Sling Media SlingLink Ethernet Connection Bridge

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Instead of an Airport Express you can now get a Slinglink to get your Slingbox hooked up right at the TV source. If you're like most people, you don't have an ethernet jack right next to your television. Rather than running long wires all around your house, or having an expensive technician re-wire your home, you can just purchase a pair of SlingLink adapters.

Two Room Setup

Like an extension cord for the Internet, the SlingLink uses your home's existing electrical wiring to transmit the ethernet signal from your router. Plug one SlingLink into the wall near your router, and plug in the other SlingLink wherever you have your Slingbox installed. Voila--your Slingbox is connected to the Internet! Best of all, the SlingLink does not impact the performance of your network. It simply placeshifts your home's Internet connection from your office to another household room via your electrical wiring. Now wherever you have a wall socket, you can have the same broadband connection - without installing any new wires or outlets.

SlingLink Features:

  • Least expensive way to connect your Slingbox to your router without wires
  • Optimized for use with the Slingbox
  • Simple one-step installation
  • High speed, supporting up to 14Mbps connection

At Sling Media SlingLink Ethernet Connection Bridge

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