Sorry, I misread the prices, didn't see the price for the kit and added the individual prices........and managed to get that wrong as well.oh:oh:my laptop is wireless and has a good range but this vastly inproved the range i am not sure where you got the price £170 but i got the 2 ariels and the booster for the price i said and it was only that much because i paid the higher p&p to get it next day i posted my order before 2pm and got it next day via inter link and this morning around 9am i checked and it even gave me a 1hr time slot
http://www.faculty-x.net/motorhome wifi directional omni directional kit.htm
http://www.three.co.uk/Discover/Devices/Huawei/E5331_Value_MiFi/White?s_search=prodsearchHelp, I keep reading on this forum about mifi, please explain just what it is to me a novice in mobile Internet. we usually have to locate a macdonald or use the a campsite access which can be expensive and we are not always on a campsite. We have also seen the boosters that you fix to your van, what's the pros and cons, excuse my ignorance, hope to hear from the more experienced.:helpsos::helpsos:
I would sum it up like this:2, Is it really worth paying so much more than other systems?
That depends on whether you compare it with the performance you are getting now, or with the performance you could get if you can get your current system working as it should. My suspicion is that either you have a driver problem or the aerial isn't getting the power it needs from the USB port. I don't know enough to advise you how to fix it though.Hi all,
Have read this post with great interest as I am thinking of getting the Iboost directional system. At the moment we too are using usb connected aerials and finding very little difference in signal strength hence the interest in Iboost, another thing that interests me is having your own password protected network.
So my thoughts are:-
1, Is the Iboost system really that much better than what we already have?