Works great but just seems to have an issue with heat
17 June 2014
Summary: After my OpenSuSE box's wireless kept on dying perfectly synchronized with kernel updates, I went out and got this wireless usb adapter. For the most part it works out of the box and I did not have to any extra configuration on an OpenSuSE 13.1 box. Here are the pros and cons: Pros: 1.
Summary: I use this little wireless N adapter whenever I am setting up or fixing a computer and don't have access to an Ethernet connection. Just plug the adapter into a USB2 or USB3 port (no extra speed advantage when using USB3), install the driver and it is good to go.
Summary: i bought these adapters because they used to use the atheros chipset, which is basically plug and play in linux. the adapters amazon has in stock now at the v4 adapters, which use the realtek chipset. if you aren't familiar with linux, it's a real headache to get the drivers installed and working.
It's good, but there are a couple little things...
7 October 2013
Summary: Okay, so I bought this to use with my desktop. I needed something that was NOT extremely expensive, and that would work with my compute. So after looking at multiple different Wi-Fi adapters, lots of researching and a lengthy conversation with my Dad, I picked this one.
Summary: I purchased two of these one to upgrade the wireless on my Compaq Laptop and the other to add WiFi to my wife's desktop. My laptop has Win 7, installation was simple I had downloaded the newest driver first from TP-Links website and installed without a hitch.
Summary: It was very easy to set up on windows 7, up and running within 5 mins. Speed steady at 130 mbps, much faster than the laptop built-in adaptor, and even faster than most other usb adaptors tested.
Summary: I bought this usb adapter after reading Christopher J. Davlin's review. I plugged in the usb adapter in my Linux PC, powered it on and it "saw" the wireless adapter. I configured the adapter to connect to my secure wireless LAN.
Summary: Win 7 recognizes the usb wifi adapter and installs driver for it automatically. Connection is reliable and has good distance, particularly on n Wifi. Product price is very competitive for R2T2 300Mbps usb wifi n adapter.
Pros: Transmission power up to 22db R2T2 for optimum data transfer up to 300Mbps both ways.
Summary: I bought this adapter specifically for my hdx1000 set top box hoping i would no longer require a network cable. boy was i wrong. the HD streaming is just as bad as any wireless. other than that it's a great product. installation was very easy if you know a bit about networking.
Pros: Easy installation, Works great, win7 compatible, HDX1000 compatible