Sunday, June 28, 2009

A look at the N3 802.11n Wireless USB adapter from Rokland (street date 7/1)

The N3 is set to launch July 1st. In this video you can get a look at the item next to the MSI Wind netbook. The surface of the N3 is polished and reflective, very similar to the Wind. It makes for a great looking accessory, but the N3 also packs a punch in the range department. Have a look at this video, and check back within a day for another range comparison test video between the N3 and the Alfa AWUS036H 500mW WiFi USB adapter.

6 comments:

andy said...

how much should the price be?
what chipset does it use?

Rokland LLC said...

It uses a Ralink chip and the current price point is $39.97 though that is subject to change. Thanks.

hggird said...

It's very friendly.
I live in Hungary. Where can I buy it?

Rokland LLC said...

The n3 can be purchased from our web site, http://www.rokland.com. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Can you tell me the exact model number for Ralink. I want to buy it primarily for Kismac. Thanks!

Rokland LLC said...

Unfortunately at this time Kismac only supports 802.11g chips and will not work with any 802.11n USB devices. Our Rok500 wireless adapter works great with Kismac.