Summary: I ordered this adaptor to replace a wireless G adaptor that I've had for a few years. I also purchased a new Linksys wireless N router. After several hours on the phone with Linksys I got it working, but discovered that it was actually slower than the wireless G router I currently have.
Summary: I bought it because of price and I think Cisco certified refurbished product should be ok, but it come with a driver that even can install and after download the lastest version it do work for a while, but fail continuelly after several hours in both xp and win7 RC system, it's a pity that I live...
Summary: I've been using this with my Linksys WRT160N-RM Wireless-N Router for a couple months now. The big problem I have is that every time I reboot my computer, I have to reconfigure the network adapter settings, including entering my network key and password.
Summary: My experience is similar to that of several other reviewers: this adapter does not work reliably with my 64 bit Vista system. It dies frequently requiring disconnection and reconnection to the USB port to get it going again.
Summary: I have five computers in the house. I recently got a Linksys N router to increase range and bandwidth. In general, I love the range and bandwidth benefits, however, with this particular adapter, I have to re-boot the computer daily. I purchased a 600N and replaced this on my XP computer.
Summary: Unit looks Cool but doesn't work very often. Like the other Linksys products, they suffer from crappy software. I can't use this and use $10.00 Encore USB adapters that work all the time and even work with vista x64 Operating System. I can't get Linksys to even work 32 bit.
Summary: This is a terrible product and the tech support is useless. I spent three days and multiple calls to tech support to get this thing to work and they had me do everything possible under the sun--click this button, change that setting, unplug this wire, bring in another laptop, get a new ethernet...
Caution - WUSB300N is not stable under Windows Vista
5 February 2008
Summary: Could not get device from dropping link. The only solution was to unplug and replug the USB cable into the PC. Tried all drivers from Linksys, Windows Vista, and 3rd party. Called Linksys support and got nowhere. All they offered was to uninstall and reinstall their driver off their web site.