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05. 11. 2009

It is easy to overlook the Mvix Nubbin Wi-Fi adapter

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The new Mvix Nubbin Wi-Fi adapter is so tiny that you will have a tough time getting it back once you have misplaced it. And apparently, it is the world’s smallest Wi-Fi adapter as well, with a protrusion of just around 2cm from the USB port.

The Nubbin is capable of delivering data at 150Mbps and supports 802.11n (and 802.11b/g), USB2.0 and high encryption standards (WEP 64/128, WPA, WPA2). To complete the pretty picture, the little fella fits in easy with your wallet too. At just $39.

Via The Gadgeteer.

Posted by kanchana    Category: computers | devices | peripherals
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