Summary: Cons: Rather large, runs warm, and the cap that that covers the male usb connector doesn't store on the other end while the adapter is in use. That would have been a nice touch. All of these are just minor annoyances, and I'm not knocking off points. Pros: Admittedly my pros don't apply to everyone.
Summary: A cheap wifi usb adapter that allows my computer to connect to my router (through the floor) upstairs. Works well with a 1m extension and an aluminum pie plate to boost the signal. This review was modfied by poster @ 10-29-12 01:44 AM
Pros: A good price and good connectivity. Works well with Ubuntu.
Cons: Can't think of any. I think I needed to install the driver for Windows 7.
Summary: The internal wireless adapter stopped working on my laptop and this works great as a substitute. Have had it for 4 months and haven't had any problems with it. My only complaint is that it's a little bulky but for the cost I can't really complain.
Summary: These adapters are version 4.1. They have the Ralink RT2070 chipset. They DO NOT have the Ralink RT73 chipset. By using the rt2800usb driver, you can still inject and monitor on some versions of Linux though. Works with BT5R1 GNOME 32 & BT5R1 GNOME 64 out the box.
Summary: I got this for occasional wireless through the softAP. I loaded it up and the softAP didn't work. Went to the website and downloaded the new drivers. As the new ones installed, it apparently adjusted the computers boot sector, requiring a reformat of the hard drive.