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Amped Wireless logoAmped Wireless has announced two "high-power" USB Wi-Fi adapters.

The UA1000 High Power Wireless-N 500mW Directional USB Adapter and the UA2000 High Power Wireless-N Directional Dual Band Adapter both use a combination of power amplifiers, 5 dBi directional antennas and low-noise amplifiers to provide improved coverage.

Amped says the two adapters will provide "up to three times greater distance than standard wireless adapters".

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The UA1000 and UA2000 can both be pre-ordered now from Amped's website for $79.99 and $99.99 respectively and are said to ship starting May 14.

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