D-Link Wireless N Nano USB Adapter (DWA-131)

D-link adds another tiny wireless Nano USB adapter to its lineup,  which can be as an alternative for your older WiFi card in your notebook and giving you easy way to upgrade to 804.11n wireless technology.

The Wireless N Nano USB Adapter (DWA-131) features a sleek compact design that easily fits into your computer’s USB port with minimal protrusion. It is equipped with 11n and Intelligent Antenna technology to transmit multiple streams of data,  which provides a better and faster wireless signal than previous-generation 11g.

D-Link DWA-131 Wireless N Nano USB Adapter

The Wireless N Nano USB Adapter includes support for WPA and WPA2 standards, to help prevent unauthorized access, and also has a Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Push Button for a simple and secure connection to a wireless network.

The D-Link DWA-131 wireless N nano USB adapter is available now for $49.

Source: D-Link

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