Summary: Bought this for my daughter, who uses it on a PowerPC 3 Mac using OS X 10.4. Yes, it works--though, as one other purchaser noted, I had to do some digging on the Edimax website for the 10.4 drivers. The Mac was a freebie used by a graphics designer who no longer needed it; with 16 gigs of RAM, it was well worth keeping. This was the only WiFi adapter I could find that was specifically noted as working on a 10.4 system.
Summary: Better quality than some of the bigger name brands you buy in electronic stores. I purchased another adapter from a big name company and its performance was so poor I thought something was wrong with my computer! Bought this adapter and my computer works great now! Fast, affordable and a very unobtrusive size.
Summary: I bought this model for a small, unobtrusive wifi adapter for a desktop computer located away from a ethernet wall socket. The unit seems to be work fine after updating the software to the latest available on the company website.
Summary: Well it works with my old G5 tower (OSX 10.4) which is good. Only thing is drivers included with the product don't include mac drivers so you need to download from the website. This is fine unless you need this thing to get on the internet.... well I used my gf's laptop to download the drivers and transfered them with a portable HD. A hassel but not the end of the world. Oh and it flashes a cool blue light so you know its receiving the internets.
Summary: This adapter worked flawlessly! The software that came with it installed easily on my Windows 7 PC laptop. Range and connection speed are great. The software, besides providing a driver has a nice dashboard where you can view many different connection specs of the unit. I didn't have to use the little extension that came with it - it worked very well just being plugged into my USB port without it. It found my network, I entered my password and that was it.
Summary: I originally gave this Edimax 300 USB only a 2 star rating. After many hours of trying to get it to work right I discovered the problem was not the Edimax adapter. It was the new Comcast modem that Comcast installed. I am very sorry for giving Edimax 300 USB adapter a bad rap. In fact this little adapter works great and I love its small size.
Summary: Great little wireless adapter. Got it for my sister-in-law since hers went out in her desktop. Works as advertised. No problems, she uses it for gaming, with very little lag (for it to be wireless).
Summary: The Edimax Wireless Mini USB Adapter is a great little WiFi Adapter. The first time I installed it, it set up and worked like a dream... Fast, Good Connections, Great Software for managing your connections (much better than the built in Windows 7 stuff). The problem is when you remove it from some systems. I made the mistake of "ejecting" the unit (Safely Remove Hardware and Eject Media) and then reinserting into the USP port... and...nothing!... The rest is history...