Yealink Wireless USB Wi-Fi Adapter, Dual Band 802.11ac (WF50)


Yealink Wireless USB Wi-Fi Adapter, Dual Band 802.11ac (WF50) by Yealink at Mac Wizard Service. MPN: WF50. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Yealink WF50 is a next-generation Wi-Fi USB Dongle, designed to allow users to select whether to connect to a 2.4GHz (150 Mbps) Wi-Fi network or a 5GHz (up to 433 Mbps) Wi-Fi network. With wireless connections transitting over the 5GHz band, users no longer need to worry about the interference from nearby wireless devices which may interfere with their wireless signal, guaranteeing high-quality connections perfect for establishing calls and HD video streaming. This dynamic plug-and-play style US

 


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