Trendnet AC1900 TEW-809UB Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter User Manual

Trendnet AC1900 TEW-809UB Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter User Manual

Trendnet AC1900 TEW-809UB Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter Overview

In the event that you need to convey remote systems administration to your desktop or have a more established, 802.11n-prepared tablet that you need to refresh with 802.11ac capacity, the $98.99 Trendnet AC1900 High Power Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter (TEW-809UB) can offer assistance. This 802.11ac USB connector introduces in minutes, and conveyed expedient scores in our nearness throughput tests. In spite of its four outside high-pick up radio wires, in any case, it as often as possible dropped its Wi-Fi motion in our 30-foot extend tests. It may even now be a solid match for you on the off chance that you intend to keep your PC in an indistinguishable room from your switch.

At first look, the TEW-809UB resembles a four-legged bug on steroids. The dark, rectangular base measures 1 by 3.4 by 2.5 inches (HWD), yet the four removable and movable radio wires measure 6.5 inches in length, in this manner expanding the general profundity to 5 inches and the general tallness to just shy of 7 inches. There is a little blue LED organize action marker on the highest point of the connector, a Micro-B USB 3.0 power port around back, and a WPS catch on the front.

The TEW-809UB is an AC1900 Wi-Fi connector that can hit velocities of up to 600Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and up to 1,300Mbps on the 5GHz band. It bolsters beamforming innovation, which coordinates remote flags straight toward the switch, as opposed to in a wide range, and it underpins WEP, WPA, and WPA2 encryption.

Results were comparative in our 5GHz tests. The TEW-809UB scored a noteworthy 569Mbps in the closeness test, beating the D-Link DWA-192 (352Mbps) and coming in directly behind the inward Dell connector (572Mbps). At the end of the day, be that as it may, the TEW-809UB couldn’t keep up a flag in our 30-foot test for over 30 seconds or thereabouts. In that time, I recorded a normal speed of 250Mbps, while the inside Dell connector scored 350Mbps, and the D-Link DWA-192 gathered 183Mbps.

With the Trendnet AC1900 High Power Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter (TEW-809UB), it’s anything but difficult to add 802.11ac Wi-Fi to a desktop PC or a more seasoned, 802.11n-prepared tablet. It performed brilliantly in our 2.4GHz and 5GHz execution tests at closeness, yet its 30-foot run execution was conflicting, as it habitually dropped its association with the switch. On the off chance that your PC will be in an indistinguishable room from your switch, the TEW-809UB will unquestionably take care of business, however in the event that you’ll be interfacing with a switch from another room, this connector is not for you. Rather, consider our Editors’ Choice, the D-Link AC1900 Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter (DWA-192). It’ll cost you around $30 more than the TEW-809UB, yet it offers more steady throughput as you move assist far from your switch.

Trendnet AC1900 TEW-809UB Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter User Manual

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