Summary: Worked flawlessly at first. Then internet kept getting intermittent during use. No reason why. 3 different computers had problem and this thing actually showed up itself as an Access Point!!. How screwed up is that. Finally uninstalled the software for it and then it worked properly.
Thought this supported by linux, but they ship hardware revision B1, not quite supported
R. Lynch, Amazon
15 October 2013
Summary: When I run across reviews of fairly cheap wireless equipment that works with linux I get one, for future use. Several reviewers found this worked with linux, but possibly they were shipped hardware version A1; the device I was shipped has chipset B1.
Summary: When I first tarted to use this device, I inserted it into the backside of my desktop PC. the PC is located at my basement and the wirelss router is at the second floor. I was only getting three bars and the connection was dropped time to time.
Pros: small size. lot easier than the wirless card to install, but then I dont see any card adapters on sale these days
Summary: This USB adapter is replacing a GB WS30N internal adapter previously a Dell 1505 internal adapter on a Dell 1521 Inspiron after upgrading to Windows 7 Professional 64-bit. Stock Dell 1505 wireless adapter didn't work at all in Windows 7, GB WS30N wireless adapter froze up computer randomly or simply...
Pros: Works for basic home needs such as checking email, browsing the web, watching internet videos, etc.
Cons: Unable to connect to university PEAP network. Drops connection when uploading large file to FTP server.