The 300 Mbps 2.4/5.0 GHz Wireless-N Dual Band USB Adapter from Sapido is a versatile dual-band adapter exclusively designed to enhance the wireless performance with all your devices. It allows you to enjoy a speedy and stable wireless internet connection on the 2.4 GHz band, with minimal interference and less lag on the second 5.0 GHz band. You can even connect more than just your typical laptop or PC with it thanks to the built-in access point and wireless bridge.
Using the latest dual-band wireless-n technology, the AU-5125 is also backward compatible with 802.11a, b, and g standards, and auto-detects the 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz bands accordingly. When connected to a PC or laptop, it can be used as a wireless bridge for sharing internet access with smartphones, tablet PCs, and other devices. It is a great, versatile device that does far more than other USB adapters, and even certain wireless routers, all while keeping the environment in mind, and power consumption to a minimum.
- Simultaneous Dual Band
- This adapter can run both 2.4 GHz and 5.0 GHz bands concurrently while ensuring top speeds and long range, with minimum interference
- Dedicated Wi-Fi for Video Streaming & Gaming
- Combining Wireless-N speed and dual band performance, this router can support video streaming, online multiplayer gaming and simultaneous downloading with ease
- Built-In Virtual AP
- With any connected computer the AU-5215 can work as a wireless access point to bridge Wi-Fi signals. Share access with tablets, laptops, and smartphones while receiving wireless internet from the same AP
- PSP X-Link Kai Support
- Enjoy online gaming and teaming up with your friends around the world by simply installing the "X-Link Kai" software to your PC
- Sole Green WLAN Technology
- Conserving up to 50% of its power consumption, the Power Saving Mechanism and Green WLAN technology adjust the power consumption via an auto-detection of the internet connection and packet transmission to avoid any unnecessary usage of electricity, thereby saving up to 50% of power consumption when not in use, or outside of peak times