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Wireless Dongle

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by gerrard08, Dec 27, 2011.

  1. gerrard08

    gerrard08 Regular member

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    Can any1 pls let me know which is the best wifi dongle for use on a Krypt/blade/openbox? i need a dongle that has good range. cheers
     
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    i would suggest to go hard wired or homeplugs if possible.
     
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    jackoooh Regular member

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    Hi guys i am using vonet wifi dongle and i find it very good indeed,another is openmedia,
    i found the homeplugs quiet expensive you will need a pair as for the wifi dongle 1 is all you requie.

    cheers/jack....
     
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    sb18180 Regular member

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    wifi/ap wireless routers do the same job
     
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    darn24p Regular member

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    i use vonets on 3 boxes upstairs 1 openbox s11 2x starview hd combo's all work great and there cheap at 18 quid on flebay
     
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    gerrard08 Regular member

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    Thanks to all for helpful information...cheers
     
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    fintannl Regular member

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    the best of them all is the tenda 150Mbits wireless router that can be found at www.world-of-satellites.com. Costs abour EUR33 but its the best device I've used for range purposes
     

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