Summary: Very nice footprint device. However, that is where the pro's begin. How in the world they can call this a 300 Mbps device is astounding. I ran Oookla's internet speed test several times and the fastest I could get was 25 Mbps! In ad-hoc/infrastructure mode the most it reached was around 58 Mbps.
Summary: The only driver available on dlinks site is for linux
Cons: You must install all their wifi management software to connect, not just the driver. I could not get to the internet using their software even though I was connected to the wifi router. I had more luck after disabling the dlink software and using the Microsoft network utilities to connect, but it...
Cons: Did not detect any networks. There are plenty of networks in range of a real wireless adapter. Called technical support. Some guy asked me the name of the product and then asked me to to wait while he "checked something". He never got back. Avoid this worthless garbage at all costs. Avoid D-Link ...
Summary: I have this installed on a desktop and right next to it is a laptop with built-in wireless (both run on XP SP3). both are for kids' homework/use. the wireless router is only about 20 feet away through a couple of wood walls.
Cons: frequently drop signal. seldom has full-strength signal. expensive given lack of performance.
Summary: I rated my 1st product a 4 then i had to exchange it because it crapped out on me. Then i installed this new one and i havent been able to get it work since. I have tried all the usual wireless channels (1,6,9,11). I have made sure there was nothing else wireless interfering with it.
Pros: Easy to install
Cons: USB = fail connection un-stable horrible on all channels
Summary: I have a Netgear-N WAP. I could get the D-Link Wirelss N Nano to connect to my WAP in the B/G mode but not in N mode. I never could get it to work regardless of the driver, configuration or location. It works fine in the B/G mode.