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. As well, the blue light it had is nice but if I could turn it off, that would be fantastic. It's keeps me up at night so I just turn my computer off. Other than that, It's a great product.
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. On Linux Mint 17 I previously had problems where it would randomly disconnect, try to reconnect and eventually lose its ability to see the wifi connection I was trying to connect to.
Works great across the board with one major headache though
Thomas Graham, Amazon
29 July 2014
Summary: I had a much fancier (and expensive) TP-Link wifi receiver for a few years. A few months back I realized that it was starting to fail. The signal would drop suddenly and to my not so very great surprise it was because the receiver itself had failed and the only way to rectify this was to unplug it then plug it back in. After shopping around I finally settled on this ASUS receiver because its relatively fair price but also decent reviews.
Summary: Have had good experience with ASUS wireless networking products. Have two 7 year old wireless G adapters and finally decided to upgrade to wireless N. I can stream HD video up two floors no problem. Recommended.