D-Link introduces the Wireless N 150 USB Adapter (DWA-125) which delivers high performance wireless connectivity with better wireless reception over standard 802.11g adapters*. Upgrading your notebook or PC with the D-Li...
Product Features Small & Compact Design 802.11g/b up to 54 Mbps Easy Setup with Auto Install (no driver needed) Installs Client Manager software automatically USB 2.0/1.1 Bus Powered Infrastructure or Ad-hoc Modes For Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows 98SE and Windows ME 2 Year Warranty Supports AOSS WPA and 128/64 Bit WEP Security Model WLI-U2-KG54-AI
Compatible with all Polar IR downloadable products except for: S610, S710, S810 and E600.- Connects to standard PC or laptop USB port- Transmission angle: max 30 degrees- Transmission distance: 1-100cm (0.4 -39 )- Compatible with Microsoft Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista- Microsoft Windows Service Pack update required before installation. (You can use Windows Vistas own IrDA drivers for the Polar
The TEW-624UB Wireless N USB Adapter allows you to connect wirelessly with supercharged speed, range and reliability. Wireless speeds increase up to 300Mbps when connecting to TRENDnet Wireless N access points or wireless routers. This 802.11n device seamlessly connects to your wireless network without performance degradation. Manufacturer: TRENDnet Manufacturer Part Number: TEW-624UB
The iBT12 is a Bluetooth-enabled wireless stereo system with built-in speakerphone capability. Stream wireless digital audio via Bluetooth from your iPhone, iPad, Android, Windowsmost Bluetooth devices. Dual coil speaker and amp for bigger, cleaner sound. Built-in mic, digital voice echo cancellation and answer and end controls make speakerphone use a pleasure. Aux-in jack for playing almost any
Deserts receive more direct sunlight; therefore, desert reptiles are more exposed to UV radiation than any other type of reptile. Exo Terra Reptile UVB 150 Bulb 13W has a very high UVB output similar to sunlight in deserts. This bulb can also be used on terrariums with denser screen covers to ensure sufficient UVB penetration. Dense screens can filter out up to 50% of the UVB rays. The high