Summary: I have the same problem as many others. Stays connected for about 30 minutes to an hour. I found that uninstalling and reinstalling the driver gets it to work again for another 30 minutes to an hour. That tells me the problem is with the driver. So I go to the Asus website looking for an updated driver. There isn't one. I'm going to have to send it back to tigerdirect.
Summary: Doesn't work. It will connect for a few minutes but after that it will drop the connection. I've never had another wireless adapter do this on any other machine on my network. Completely worthless product and I wish I could have my money back.
Summary: I have 75 Mbps Fios internet with approximately about six wifi devices connected to it.. With an eight dollar purchase of TP-LINK TL-WN725N it received anywhere from 18 to 49 Mbps depending how far my distance was from the Wifi modem. I checked my wifi speed on speedtest.net So while I was upstairs in my room, and the wifi modem was downstairs.
Excerpt: This adaptor returned a very low upload\download volumes. We assume it must be defective in some way. It will be returned to the shop for a refund upon our next visit in NYC. It is an opportunity, though, to praise the service we received, and the fact that at B&H are ready to take responsibility, and refund us.
Summary: Update (9/6/'12): The replacement N10 device doesn't work either. I plugged this replacement Asus brand device into a new Asus brand laptop. And I got a bluescreen immediately under Win7. It looks like the Asus USB-N10 is crashing an Intel Centrino driver that came with the laptop. Analysis of the crash dump reveals: "SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED", code 0x1000007e, in driver AMPPAL.sys, at address 12488. (I'm omitting call stack details.
Summary: lI have an Airport Extreme 5th Generation which deivers excellent 2.4 and 5.0 Ghz radio, and N (up to 150Mbps) conectivity. This USB Adapater relies on a false N connection, it does not work at N speed, by far it works only at 2.4 Ghz with G protocol. Don't buy it to obtain N speed, you will only have a little piece of 2.4 Ghz with G protocol adapter. Awful description of the tech details!