Hercules reveals the smallest WiFi N USB key

Hercules has announced as they claim “the smallest” WiFi N USB key up to date, The Wireless N USB Pico (HWNUp-150) measures only 1.5 x 0.7cm and provides data rates of up to 150 Mbps, allowing you to comfortably surf the Internet.

The mini device is 802.11N certified, comes with Hercules WiFi Station (the included software for managing WiFi functions), it is Windows 7 compatible and will be available in the US and Canada from August 2010 for $29.99.

Hercules Wireless N USB Pico

Hercules Wireless N USB Pico (HWNUp-150)


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