The Nubbin itself is very tiny; I mean TINY. It is small enough that you could actually put it on a key chain and it would not get in the way. When I first showed it to people they thought it was a USB or Bluetooth adapter and they had a hard time believing that the Nubbin would be effective as a wireless adapter.
As you can see from the image above, when plugged in the Nubbin has a very small profile and could almost escape unnoticed.
The MvixUSA Nubbin supports 802.11n/g/b specifications for wireless connectivity. It also supports auto build for Vista and Windows 7 Secure Wireless Setup. MvixUSA has added in WMM (WiFi Multimedia) and WMM-PS (WMM-Power Save) using 802.11e QoS. Not bad specs for such a tiny little device!
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