Summary: The device works great. The only issue I noted is that it needs an extended USB neck (or extender cable) to fit onto my loaded bus. The proximity of the ports to the computer' raised edge also presented a problem.
Excerpt: It has been more than 6 months since purchasing the D-link DWA-160 usb adapter. The product worked fine all this time. So I never gave it a second thought that it would stop working. I came back home from the store to find my internet connection disconnected.
Summary: I bought two of these together with a D-Link DIR-825 Extreme-N Dual-Band Gigabit Router. I decided to upgrade my old Wireless G network to the updated N. The G was working good, but every now and again it would become congested and had to reboot the router. This was the reason for the upgrade!
Summary: Other's have had issues with this newer revision not working on the WD Live TV Hub, but it works for me (with the latest firmware). WD has probably updated their firmware to support it. I don't get anywhere near a 300Mbps connection but I have no trouble streaming HD media, so no real loss I guess.
Pros: Signal is consistent and I've had no issues with streaming HD video over the connection. Works with the WD Live TV Hub.
Cons: My device is only showing 2 of 3 bars for signal strength and it's only in the next room. I got this adapter specifically because it matches my D-Link Xtreme N Dual Band router. Both devices brag about a 300Mbps connection but I'm only getting about 60-70 for some reason. I've checked for interfe...
Summary: I am a penguin-head (debian Mint) and was seeking a linux-compatible 5.8Ghz adapter. I bought this 802.11abgn card for my netbook after trying other so-called "N" USB adapters. Many are not true N because it does the support the 5.8Ghz frequency.