Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter

Category: USB
Manufacturer: Cisco-Linksys
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 6.3 Mb
Operating System: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 0.0.1 / 09 Jan 2007

Windows device driver information for Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter

Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter enables users to connect desktops that have a USB or computers with notebook to wireless networks at amazing paces. By slotting in a 2.0 USB together with wireless-Gs, the adapters normally deliver statistic rates that are close to 54 Mbps, usually as speedy as the 802.11b, without necessarily opening the cases of their desktop computers. To set the Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter, it should be plugged into USB ports, which are customarily attuned to USB 2.0 ports and the 1.1 although the speedy one will be yielded by the 2.0 one. The adapter can be plugged directly to the PCs or alternatively by using the USB extension cords to place them anywhere users would prefer most appropriate, close to five feet further. The adapters gain their power via USB connections therefore no power cords are needed.

Outdated Drivers?

Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.

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Compact Wireless-G USB Adapters are normally well-suited for Wireless-B, 802.11b standard of network types by means of data rates close to 11Mbps. Through this, wireless communications will be protected by the strength of the industry that is 128-bit encryption so users data are always protected. Compact Wireless-G USB Adapters allow users to place their computers anywhere without the fee of running the cables. There is no need of drilling holes in walls plus climbing cellar and attics to be connected to networks. Once connected, users can access the internet and all applications coming along with it. They can additionally share resources like files, storage space of the hard disks and printers with the computers on the same network. Users will also access the rising quantity of communal hotspots that spring up in airport lounges, convention centers, coffee shops and hotels. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Compact Wireless-G USB Adapter errors before installing any driver updates.