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TECHKEY mini usb wifi adapter 300Mbps USB2.0 wifi antenna wifi usb ethernet wifi dongle 802.11 n/g/b enchufe wifi usb lan comfas


Brand Name: TECHKEY
Transmission Rate: 300Mbps
Certification: None
Origin: CN(Origin)
Kind: External
Type: wireless
Lan Transmission Rate: ETHERNET
Application: Server
Wireless Protocol: 802.11a/g
Wireless Protocol: 802.11n
Adapter Socket: USB2.0
Interface Type: USB2.0
Wi-Fi Supported Frequency: 2.4G
Transmission Speed: 600 Mbps
Package: Yes
Applicable Network Type: ETHERNET
Model Number: XHT-1501
Feature1: Mini WiFi Wireless Adapter
Feature2: wifi usb
Feature3: USB WIFI antenna
Feature4: pc wifi adapter, wi-fi receiver, dongle wifi
Feature5: usb to lan, usb wireless wifi adapter
Feature6: wi-fi adapter, usb wifi adapter, usb ethernet
Feature7: usb lan, wifi dongle, ethernet usb, wifi usb adapter
Feature8: wireless usb wifi , wifi usb card
Feature9: support drop shipping
Feature10: 300 Mbps wifi adapter, wifi card
Feature11: network adapter, usb lan adapter
Feature12: wifi card, USB Wifi For Computer, PC USB Wifi adapter

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