If you're thinking of buying the TP-LINK N600 DUALBAND PCI EXPRESS ADAPTER then you're on the right track. We compare prices from all the leading UK shops to help you determine who offers the best value for money. Have a look at the TP-LINK N600 DUALBAND PCI EXPRESS ADAPTER price comparison table below, as with it's help you'll definitely not throw away your hard earned cash!.

Stockist Delivery Price Discount Total Price Activity
Tesco Direct £25.00
£25.00
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Who really wants to pay full price for their electrical goods? If you're anything like us you'll be eager to grab a bargain and the good news is that by comparing prices above you'll save up to 300. Why pay over the odds for the TP-LINK N600 DUALBAND PCI EXPRESS ADAPTER?


Connect a desktop computer to a wireless network with TP-LINK's N600 wireless PCI express adapter. This adapter grants your computer access to a high-speed wireless network connection. Complying with IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n, the device can use the 2.4GHz or 5GHz channels to provide wireless speeds of up to 300Mbps, which is ideal for users seeking a highly robust, bandwidth intensive networking experience that's especially ideal for streaming HD video and online gaming.

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