Summary: Works great! Bought to replace Sabrent USB wifi device that did not seem to have a good range from upstairs in my house through a couple of walls to my router downstairs. Sometimes there is just no minature equivalent to a real PCI card and antenna. Now have excellent signal strength.
Summary: Worked decently for less than 1 year, then had to be physically removed from the computer due to causing the system to freeze during boot. Reinstalled in different slot, still would not boot up.
Works but Slow and the Cool Remote Antenna Made no Difference
stevefoobar "Steve", Amazon
15 February 2015
Summary: Worked as expected for the most part but the speed is a bit disappointing. I'm getting around 65 Mbps on 802.11n which is a bit low. I've typically gotten around 100 Mbps or more with other adapters.
Summary: I modified the Ralink driver on OpenBSD to support this. The Ralink driver supports host (AP) mode! I believe they included the changes in 5.4 (I was modifying it on 5.2). However after a couple months of use the driver picked up a different model number on the EPROM chip.
Excellent product - great price - super fast shipment too
Jim A "Jim A", Amazon
10 December 2014
Summary: Excellent product - great price - super fast shipment too. When I first opened the packaging, the card was fastened to the retainer bar which was too large for my PC. While I was thinking about how I could make this work - I looked into the box, and at the bottom they included the shorter bar which...
Summary: The card itself works quite well, but the included antenna is a useless piece of junk. With the included antenna located on top of the computer desk, I was getting barely adequate signal from the router.
Worth $15.00 for the connectivity, but use windows drivers, not their SW.
6 November 2014
Summary: This is the exact same product as the Rosewill RNX-N150PCX, and the EDIMAX EW-7711In. It "works" best if you use the native Windows drivers (RALINK RT3060 I think)... It is NOT a good card for high speed internet access / multimedia / etc..
Works great! Much better than wireless cards I've tried in the past.
Jeff Nixon, Amazon
30 October 2014
Summary: After dealing two failing wireless cards (of other brands, one being Linksys) in my desktop computer (which always said they had excellent signal strength, but had choppy/non-existant connections), I decided to try a third one, and this one seemed like a good choice. So far it works great!