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Comfast CF-WU710N V2 USB 2.0 2.4GHz 802.11n 150Mbps Wi-Fi Adapter US$2.05 (~A$2.65) Delivered @ Comfast Store AliExpress

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My favourite budget USB wireless adapter for getting out of sticky situations is on sale yet again. Recently I had to use a heap of these as I had received a dodgy batch of TP-Link adapters that couldn't get any further than 10mbps and they lived up to their name.

This 2.4GHz USB adapter uses the MT7601 chipset, has a 2dBi inbuilt antenna and supports Android TV boxes. Limited to 2pcs per customer.

AU$ based on current Mastercard rate, GST inclusive and stackable with cashback.

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  • +1

    Thanks Clear, just bought my first Comfast.

  • Do I need to buy the driver-free version or can I just download the drivers for free myself? Huge tech noob here

    • +2

      Nah Windows normally picks up the driver or it can be downloaded from their website.

  • -1

    sticky situations

    heh

  • +1

    Ordered this from the last deal. It works well and it came fast.

    • Fast is relative. How long?

      • I am still waiting for mine since the last listing in Ozbargain.

      • Mine came about 3 weeks to Sydney.

        • Received mine the other day from this deal, so that's just under 3 weeks to Sydney.

          Well worth the wait considering the price.

  • -2

    bought one but what exactly does this do. help

  • Mine has not come from the last deal

    • +8

      Looks like you ordered the Comslow model.

  • Are these any good to use day to day or just to use temporarily???

    Are the read write speeds just lower than a more expensive Asus or TP link version ??

    • I used this in one of my home machines and it honestly hasn't missed a beat

  • I wish i can just plug this to my printer and make it wireless…..

    • Cannot, but you can buy media converters, but they're a bit expensive. Some routers allow you to plug usb printers into them and share that way

      • Surely there‚Äôs some kind of a Raspberry Pi Zero solution.

      • Problem is my router is in different floor from printer.
        I may get that power to eternet thingie. So troublesome i really want to get new printer. Fuji is sucks

  • It's charging me shipping, how do I dodge that?

    • +1

      You should be able to choose the shipping when it's in your cart or on the product page. Make sure Cainiao is selected.

      • Ah yes, working now. I think it's cause I wasn't signed in

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