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The AC600 Dual Band Wi-Fi USB Mini Adapter from NETGEAR is compatible with any standard Wi-Fi router. It wirelessly upgrades your Windows-based notebook computer to AC Wi-Fi speeds. The compact, mini-adapter is suitable for mobility and allows you to experience lag-free, HD streams throughout your home, online gaming and offers a secure and reliable connection to the Internet. With up to 150/433 Mb/s speed, Dual Band and Beamforming+, the A6100 avoids interference ensuring top Wi-Fi speeds and reliable connections. The easy-setup NETGEAR genie offers optimal speed, while Push 'N' Connect gives you a secured connection at the push of a button.
Extended range and performance with 802.11ac (150/433 Mb/s)
Beamforming+ technology boosts speed, range, and reliability
Works with any standard Wi-Fi Router or Modem Router/Gateway such as Belkin, Linksys, D-Link, NETGEAR, and others
Dual band reduces interference for better connections to more Wi-Fi devices
Includes NETGEAR genie software on a CD for simple installation
Stream HD videos simultaneously
In the Box
Netgear AC600 Dual Band Wi-Fi USB Mini Adapter
NETGEAR Genie Installation CD
24/7 Basic Technical Support Provided for 90 Days
Limited 1-Year Warranty
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Wi-Fi Technology: 802.11ac
Wi-Fi Performance: AC600 (150/433 Mb/s)*
Wi-Fi Range: Large Homes
Wi-Fi Band: Dual Band 2.4 or 5.0 GHz Maximum wireless signal rate derived from draft IEEE 802.11ac specifications, and final IEEE 802.11ac specifications may be different. Actual data throughput will likely be lower, and depends on network and environmental conditions, including volume of network traffic and building construction.