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Thank you for choosing TL-WNG High-Gain Wireless USB Adapter. Overview of the product The adapter is a USB pen-size wireless adapter supporting IEEE b/g GHz radio operation. Nov 10, · Tl-WnG V1 Windows 10 Post by Eddie94» Fri Nov 10, pm hi! re-installed my windows OS, all well except tl-wng v1 windows 10 don’t seem to work – the only driver shown missing from the list – please help. Apr 24, · Wireless usb adapter tl-wng allows you to connect a desktop or notebook computer to a wireless network and access high-speed internet connection. Uploaded on, downloaded times, receiving a 86/ rating by users. I was b/g/n and can fit more on our users. Any item with part 15 of a flat against intrusion.
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TL-WNG High-Gain Wireless USB Adapter User Guide Chapter 1. Introduction Thank you for choosing TL-WNG High-Gain Wireless USB Adapter. Overview of the product The adapter is a USB pen-size wireless adapter supporting IEEE b/g GHz radio operation. Thank you for choosing TL-WNG High-Gain Wireless USB Adapter. Overview of the product The adapter is a USB pen-size wireless adapter supporting IEEE b/g GHz radio operation. Mar 26, · Notes: For TL-WNG Ver 2. Please check the label on the back of the product.
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ZX Spectrum turns 25
Today marks a quarter of a century since the “birth” of the home computer ZX Spectrum, which for many of us became the first PC. On April 23, 1982, Sir Clive Sinclair presented his brainchild, which in the first years broke all records due to its relatively low price: the version with 16 KB of RAM cost 125 pounds, and with 48 KB – 175 pounds. The device is based on the Zilog Z80 microprocessor – “long-lived”.
In the first two years, Sinclair Research produced more than 2 million ZX Spectrum – more than an impressive result at that time. And how many of them were produced on the territory of the former USSR, it’s hard to imagine. Appearing in the late 80s, the ZX Spectrum has become for many of our compatriots what the Apple II is for Americans. This happened due to its availability – the diagrams were printed in magazines, and the element base was searched for on the radio markets. Do-it-yourself Spectrum (or Sinclair) was an “honorable duty” of every radio amateur.
Thanks to this computer, many of us first learned what programming is (even if it was just a simple interpreter of the Basic language) and computer games. And the noisy process of downloading software from a tape recorder will forever remain for Spectrum enthusiasts one of the most vivid memories.
And now there are Speccy enthusiasts clubs (affectionate nickname for “baby”, which together with the keyboard weighed about 300 grams). You can easily find information about the ZX Spectrum on the Web, as well as its numerous emulators, games and software. All this suggests that this computer can rightfully be called a cult, and Clive Sinclair has earned his title “sir” twice.