Summary: This thing periodically loses internet signal. That's no fun, especially when trying to download files. I am going to try downloading updated drivers, but with the ones that shipped on the CD, it doesn't maintain the signal properly. The unit that I replaced had no such problem.
Summary: This is exactly what I needed for my desk top computer. Couldn't have been easier to install, my wife installed it and had internet in about 2 minutes. We are using this card with Windows 7 and it does what we need it to do, connect to the internet, with out any issues.
Summary: Does not maintain a good connection. My router is right up the stairs and it could barely get two bars. I got a different external adapter and now I get my full 5 bars plus I can see my neighbors networks. Do not recommend getting this unless you are right next to your router.
Summary: Installation was easy, but the receiver never manages to get a decent signal. Other wireless receivers in my building are able to communicate with the router just fine, so at this point I'm going to conclude that my TP-LINK adapter is the problem. I've made an amateur attempt at fiddling with the driver settings and looking for generic alternatives online, but with no luck so far.
Summary: I have about 30-40 megabites per second on hardwire and about 30 on a good strong wifi adapter. This one can get past 15, I dont know if its all the cards fault because of placement, but i am no more than 30 feet from the hotspot and still 15....
Summary: its good for price and works with linux ubuntu.its very close to my graphics card and software gives detail information like signal strength in percentage,Rate,channel,encryption type wireless mode.