Wednesday, November 10th 2010

TRENDnet Launches World's Smallest Wireless N USB Adapter

TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces the availability of the world's smallest 150Mbps Micro Wireless N USB Adapter, model TEW-648UBM. The ultra compact form factor measures a remarkable 0.59 x 0.74 x 0.28 inches (1.5 x 1.9 x 0.7 cm).

When plugged into a USB port, the adapter extends a scant 0.3 inches (0.8 cm) from the edge of the computer. The adapter is so small that users can stow a laptop with the adapter plugged in, without worrying about damaging the laptop or the adapter.
This adapter is also the only product in its class that features a convenient WPS button. One-touch Wi-Fi Protected Setup, or WPS technology, eliminates the hassle of entering complicated codes in order to connect to a wireless network. Simply press the WPS button on a compatible router (most TRENDnet routers feature a WPS button), then press the WPS button on TRENDnet's 150Mbps Micro Wireless N USB Adapter, confirm that you want to connect, and you're connected.

"The TEW-648UBM eliminates size constraints when using wireless adapters. On-the-go users no longer have to worry about leaving their adapter plugged into their laptop." stated Sonny Su, Technology Director for TRENDnet. "As well, the addition of a WPS button makes it really easy to connect to WPS enabled routers and access points."

The 150Mbps Micro Wireless N USB Adapter, model TEW-648UBM, has an MSRP of U.S. $39.99.

This product is currently shipping to TRENDnet's online, retail, DMR, and distribution partners.
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8 Comments on TRENDnet Launches World's Smallest Wireless N USB Adapter

Overclocking Surrealism
That is almost too small! Such a cool matter that a USB network adapter has gotten this small.
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i have one only a small amount large.

the problem with that adaptor is no aerial - its range will be extremely short.
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Semi-Retired Folder
Would be great for adding Wireless N to a nettop.
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looks like there's a cap covering an antenna port on the end, perhaps someone can attach an external antenna?
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Hmm, might be nice to get for the shop so we could hook anybody up to wireless in a pinch. It really depends on how the drivers are.
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