HAWKINGTECH WIRELESS-G USB ADAPTER WITH REMOVABLE ANTENNA DRIVER DETAILS:
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HAWKINGTECH WIRELESS-G USB ADAPTER WITH REMOVABLE ANTENNA DRIVER
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See pictures above 7th June No doubt the resulting poor electrical continuity to blame-silver paints of course have aluminium particles finely distributed. I also occasionally need to network multiple PCs on the road. Given the prices of today's HawkingTech Wireless-G USB Adapter with Removable Antenna, there's absolutely no reason to carry something that's merely a switch or hub. The newer Wireless-G Travel Router is even smaller, and it plugs directly into the wall, obviating the need for any external power brick. However, it only has one client ethernet port, so it's not suitable as a wired switch.
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