|Oct 11, 2008, 07:09 PM||#1|
USB Wireless Adapter w/external antenna + N
I have a Macbook Pro CD 2.0 Ghz and I have to say the airport on it is pretty bad. In one of my classes a guy with a Macbook sits directly in front of me and he has almost full wifi signal (~4 bars), while I have nothing. I can sometimes see the network pop up but never get enough signal to connect to it.
What I would like to get is a little USB wireless adapter and I might as well go for 802.11 N.. I would like one that has an external antenna like this Hawking HWUG1A, but it only supports G.
Any suggestions for adapters with 802.11 N and an external antenna?
|Nov 12, 2008, 01:31 AM||#2|
I have 2 of the hawking drivers.
Both support 108mbps, but only with the N router and the L2A
I lost my airport on my ibook a long time ago and have been using both.
The L2A is a lot better then the UG1A, and you can even hide it better then the UG1A.
I was going to put the L2A for sale, $30 paid $55 for it.
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