Sometimes built in is not good enough, sometimes you need more flexibility, range, and options in your wireless solution. At times when your present wireless solution is just not working for you what is the solution? Do you buy an aftermarket adapter from one of the big box names? Most of us would prefer to save a few dollars given the choice but then do you trust the alternative adapter to work reliably? In some cases these third party adapters cost more, what benefit are you gaining then? Today we have two adapters; WF2505 and WF2190 and a mobile portable wireless N router, WF2416, on the test bench from Netis Systems.
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