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Which Wireless Network Adpater?


everybodydanceno

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Ok, Bt Home Hub 2.0 in the hall, my PC in my bedroom about 6m, although it has to go through a pretty thick wall, (30m)

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What would be the best wireless network adapter to get ? I have seen some in argos for 30 pound:

Belkin N300
Netgear N

What would be th ebetter for my situation ?
cheers

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mgmcc

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If your Home Hub supports 802.11n then you should get a compatible "n" Wireless Network Adapter. It is a standard protocol so the make shouldn't really matter, although 802.11n hardware comes in either 150Mbps or 300Mbps speeds.

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helen82

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I think that you should get Netgear N Wireless Network Adapter. It's better than Belkin N300.

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strokker

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Heya both the suggestion are good and helpful. I have also need this.

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onthelimit

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Not surprised you're having probs if your wall is 30m thick!

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