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    ZyAIR G-220 USB Stick Review
    Author: Talon
    Date Posted: August 3rd, 2004
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: The G-220 Wireless USB stick is sleek, sexy, and fits right in your coat pocket. But does its performance match up to its appearance? Read on to find out in our official review......

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    Features

    Several things distinguish the G-220 from the average wireless adapter. The most prominent feature is the G-220s ability to serve as both a wireless client and access point; not only can it detect and access an existing wireless connection, but it can also act as a wireless hub. For example, say you have a wired internet connection on your host computer, but others want to connect wirelessly. The solution? Just plug the G-220 into the host computer and presto, others can connect to the internet via it, and no ad-hoc connectivity hassles to deal with. Refer to the diagram below for a visual perspective on the advantages of the Access Point function.

    If you already have a wireless access point, be it a router or a wireless bridge, the G-220s also functions as a normal wireless client. Simply plug it into an existing USB 2.0 or 1.1 (2.0 recommended) port and it will tap into your existing wireless connection in a few short moments. Below is a diagram highlighting the G-220s functionality as a wireless client.

    Another welcome feature is the addition of WPA security. In addition to the usual WEP encryption, the G-220 implements Wi-Fi Protect Access for a higher degree of security. This is especially useful for businesses or security-conscious home networkers.



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    1. Introduction
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    3. Set Up
    4. Specifications
    5. Features
    6. Testing
    7. Conclusion

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