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  • Works well

    posted by LarsNorw

    Small size...
    Could not switch to AP mode. (Works as a wireless router taking an internet connection and sharing it as WiFi) I think this device is only for access to internet. Some dongles have AP mode, but this was not promised for this one so I am not disappointed.
    Works great for short range connection inside houses, I only installed the driver not application as this showed useless. So, make sure you install drivers only and use Windows menu to connect.
  • Excellent wifi adapter

    posted by mukesh1

    I have been using this product for a couple of weeks and Works great on my MacBook. Its fast and does not lose the network connection.Its small and light and fits into the USB port without interfering with adjacent USB portsIts sensitive and picks up local wifi networks
    Over all I would recommend this device to user looking for a reliable Wireless adapter.I have other wireless adapters, and they drop the networks while in use.I did a bandwith test and I got 11.31mbps download and 16.4mbps upload.
    Buy this unit, for the money its worth it.
  • Great product, not 1GBps capable

    posted by LeighCB

    Simple, fits most networking devices, allows you to power your device at the other end of an Ethernet cable. Just connect at either end in between device and existing cable
    Easy way to put a device somewhere you do not have power. I used it to power a Wifi access point from a UPS in the basement to a central location on the main floor.
    Need to send power over ethernet, get it.
  • Great adapter for a cheap price!

    posted by GreenTechNetwor

    Very small.Plug and play with most computers and devices. It was not plug and play with my Windows 7 laptop however.Has a blue LED to show you when it is transmitting and receiving data.
    It gets a little warm while running, but that's expected.
    Buy it. You can never have too many WiFi adapters considering the amount of electronic devices in a single home.
  • Works fine with Linux

    posted by rtbrito

    USB WiFi adapter reported by lsusb as "Bus 002 Device 007: ID 148f:5370 Ralink Technology, Corp. RT5370 Wireless Adapter". Using Debian's kernel "Linux zatz 3.2.0-2-amd64 #1 SMP Tue Mar 20 20:45:09 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU/Linux" (package linux-image-3.2.0-2-amd64, version 3.2.12-1), it works flawlessly with the module rt2800usb, if you have firmware-ralink installed (I have not yet tried without it, to see if the blob is really mandatory).Using ddrescue with an NFS v3 filesystem mounted on this Core i5-2410M notebook, I transferred some long (>= 700MB) files and it attained average transfer rates of 1.5MB/s with peaks of 1.7MB/s.Using the built-in WiFi board (reported as "02:00.0 Network controller: Realtek Semiconductor Co., Ltd. RTL8188CE 802.11b/g/n WiFi Adapter (rev 01)" by lspci), with module rtl8192ce and package firmware-realtek, with the same computer, kernel, NFS filesystem, file to transfer etc., I got average transfer rates 2.5MB/s, with peak
    I recommend this, even if you want just to have a backup for computers with no wifi or with older wifi cards, but with an USB port vacant.
    Get one. It is reasonably cheap, small and works.


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