Pros: It's highly portable and makes for a pretty good temporary wireless adapter
Cons: After about a month of using it, it started to drop the connection randomly, and after a few more months and it would just turn itself off and I would have to unplug it and plug it back in to my computer just to have it work again.
Gaming Grade Adapter for Close Range Play Without Wires, Plug and Play with Win 7,8 & 10
Shane Dickson, Amazon
24 August 2015
Summary: I am a #NETGEARSuperfan, I've used their products in both a professional and home environment for years and have found them to be a brand I trust when it comes to networking. This beauty is a novice's dream and a professionals heavensent tool.
Summary: It works just as I had expected it to. I already had the drivers and such installed from when a previous one was on here. You typically insert a disc, install the stuff, insert the thing in a USB port, then connect to your wi-fi.
Summary: I have gone through countless wifi adapters for my various pc's and this one has outperformed my $100+ ones. It is well worth the price. Would be a 5 star rating if the software was better but you don't have to use the software so it hardly matters. I get great signal and am never dropped.
Summary: I have a Panasonic Viera ST 60 inch plasma with LAN connection but no wireless capability. I always had a LAN wire connection near but I moved and needed a wireless solution. I looked online but the prices were crazy just a Pani dongle.
Summary: WORKED FINE BUT HAD NO DIRECTIONS IN IT, NOR DISC TO PUT IN COMPUTER! I ALREADY HAD A DISC FROM MY OTHER COMPUTER WHICH WAS THE SAME MODEL AS THIS AND I USED THAT! YOU CAN DOWNLOAD THE INFO FROM NETGEAR, BUT WHAT GOOD IS IT IF YOU DO NOT ALREADY HAVE INTERNET ACCESS? THE PRICE WAS GOOD THOUGH!
Summary: It was fine at first, but after a while I started experiencing the same network connection drops as everybody else. Unplugging it and plugging it back in allows it to reconnect, but only for a few minutes-a few hours.
Pros: Works well when it works. Decent speed, though not close to 300Mbps.
Cons: Doesn't work very often. Worthless software. No support from Netgear.