Buffalo’s WiFi Adaptor Will Boost Signal 210%

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By David Ponce

There are many ways that you could use this product from Buffalo, and not all of them legal. So, let’s conjure an image where this might come in handy, the legal way. Say you’ve got a really, really large front yard. Say 150 meters long. And you just happen to be in the mood to do some work from the very end. Your WiFi router is a home, of course, and the signal just won’t get to you. Simply connect the WLI U2 SGH54HP, from Buffalo, to a USB port, and you’re set. The device boosts your signal by up to 210% and increases the range up to 170 meters. That’s pretty damn far if you think about it. Specs wise, this is what we know: Vista compatible, Wi-Fi b/g, WEP 64/128bits, WPA-PSK and IPv6.

For this handy device, expect to pay around 30 Euros. No word on availability, at least this side of the pond.

[ Akihabara News ] VIA [ Gizmologia ]

18 thoughts on “Buffalo’s WiFi Adaptor Will Boost Signal 210%”

  1. I can’t stand people that are too cheep to set up their own network, instead they’re always looking for a free ride and steal from others… are you hispanic?

  2. Maybe some of us… Have people or things that prevent us from getting our own. Like my bitch of a mother who cut off the internet because she is convinced it is the devil… Aka satan… Aka stan… Also I have an internet business that came close to closing but didn’t because of this wonderful device.

  3. J Nelson.

    I’m, ispanic Mexicano and we are not looking for a free ride and steal from others the oil lake you Gringos from Irack and Killing thousands of poor familys. Stealing all over Third World Countries

    If you are from the USA and Anglo, SHAME ON YOU ALL GRINGOS…!

    Racist.

  4. YOU Say its stealing but how can you pay for the internet if your not at home and you have a laptop , its not called stealing its called sharing at home i set my router up for anyone can connect to it , i think everyone should share thier internet for people who like to travel.
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    I can't stand people that are too cheep to set up their own network, instead they're always looking for a free ride and steal from others… are you hispanic?
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  5. Hey! I am American and I love to steal, oops, get shared internet from the neighborhood. Don't be a stupid racist… People are people in Latin America or in USA, and they all have the same least-effort “instinct”…

  6. Hey! I am American and I love to steal, oops, get shared internet from the neighborhood. Don't be a stupid racist… People are people in Latin America or in USA, and they all have the same least-effort “instinct”…

  7. I'm Hispanic, from Chile, and as I can read from your comment, your parents or grandparents were Hispanic too, and maybe you get married for the U.S. residence, or your origins are Cubans, or caribean (political refugee). That's why your 1st option was hispanic.
    Or maybe you are a red-neck, poor as a rat, envious of the work that has that Hispanic.
    I'm a turist, I'm looking a solution for that lacking of signal, but you are looking a device that allow you to get free internet? WHAT A SHAME Juan Nelson!!!

  8. I'm Hispanic, from Chile, and as I can read from your comment, your parents or grandparents were Hispanic too, and maybe you get married for the U.S. residence, or your origins are Cubans, or caribean (political refugee). That's why your 1st option was hispanic.
    Or maybe you are a red-neck, poor as a rat, envious of the work that has that Hispanic.
    I'm a turist, I'm looking a solution for that lacking of signal, but you are looking a device that allow you to get free internet? WHAT A SHAME Juan Nelson!!!

  9. Je me connecte à partir de la wifi sans routeur, j’ai un code d’accès mais le réseau n’est pas puissant, est ce que se booster peut me permettre d’augmenter la puissance du réseau que j’utilise ? ou puis je l’acheter ? 

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