Summary: This product sent in Dec. 2014 was manufactured in 2009 and is an out of date product. Easy installation. Huh! Manufacturer said after 2 hours on hold and with a tech that they no longer support this version. It is impossible to install.
Summary: Perhaps we just received a defective adapter but either way, we will not order another one to find out. The install setup appears to be very simple. We could not get passed the "insert adapter" section because the adapter was not being recognized in any USB port we used on our computer.
Summary: This was a disappointment. I bought this so that my desktop computer which does not have wireless card can be wireless. But to my shock, product manufacturer did not put Windows 7 drivers in the firmware. Also no information on website or driver download location.
Summary: I owned this product for 2.5 months. It was great for the first two months. Then it began dropping its connection periodically, but would work again as soon as I unplugged and plugged it back in. Then one time, it finally decided not to reconnect.
should have known better. Plus these run hot so could create a ...
Joseph W., Amazon
25 August 2014
Summary: Side by side compared to a similar Cisco unit, these connect at 11Mbps while the Cisco unit connects at 104Mbps to the same wireless router. Bought two and both are going to Goodwill tomorrow. Never bought a Netgear product which I kept and used, should have known better.
Summary: Did not work. I wasted time installing software according to instructions, but this Netgear product could not be recognized by my computer, perhaps because it operates using the horrible Windows 8. On a more positive note, the company took this useless product back.
Summary: the drivers do not autoload. all instructions kept telling me that i needed to be connected to the internet to make the drivers work. the understood purpose of this product was so that i could get internet to my desktop PC because i don't have a LAN line in that part of the house.