Summary: Bought this as it was certified to work in Linux by manufacturer. I am not a Linux expert and was searching around for how to compile drivers for the device when I got the idea to just plug it in and see what happens and, Voila!
Summary: I was also able to get this working on my Macbook Pro (Early 2011) running 10.10.2 Yosemite. The older models (A1) of this adapter used a Ralink chipset, but the newer ones (B1), which was the one I received, use the Realtek chipsets, namely RTL8192CU.
Summary: this product did not work on my computer . after downloading the drivers and tried the wireless adapter their was no connection. kept reading bad drivers. I decided to try on a older computer and worked. I have windows 7 asus computer and having problems working.
Summary: Hooks to the wireless fine. It's a 1000% improvement from my laptop which has some issue and it takes FOREVER to connect. This does it immediately. I do have an issue with the interface; it's clunky and not descriptive in what it wants or does.
Summary: I followed the instructions after installing the supplied cd rom and although the computer recognizes the network adapter the drivers weren't properly installed. after being on the phone wit asus support for some time the lady was hard to understand and she wasent much help either.
Summary: I purchase this adapter to use it with WD TV Live HD Media Player (part #WDBAAx0000NBK). It is listed as a compatible device on WD ([...]) under version 1.10. The one that I receive from Amazon seems to have "H/W Version: B1" and it is not recognized by the WD TV Live.
Plug and Play on Win8.1, I needed to tinker with Linux
3 September 2014
Summary: I have not had any issues on Windows 8.1, it was plug and play. I had some problems getting it to work on Linux, so I was hoping by posting my experience with it I could save some people time.