USB wireless adapters are pretty common place these days. They all pretty much look the same, they act very similar and there is very little to get excited about when you really get down to it. However, MvixUSA has decided that it was about time to shake things up. Instead of making just another N-Series adapter, they set out to make the smallest N-Series adapter they could; the Nubbin.
Now, if you are like me the first thing that came to mind was an obscure reference to the U.S. TV show, Friends. I started laughing right away thinking of ways to work in some Monica and Chandler jokes (I had to force myself to leave them out). After the humour wore off I started looking at the Nubbin as a product and it is really quite impressive.
The MvixUSA Nubbin boasts full N-spec speeds (150Mbps) with the same range as larger adapters. This all fits into a package that is roughly the same size as a U.S. Nickel. So can the Nubbin perform as advertised, or will it be the butt of our Friends jokes? - Read on to find out.
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