Excerpt: I've used all of TP Link's wireless adapter models and this one is by far the best value. The single antenna USB dongle is solid, but spend the five dollar extra and get this. Consistent througput, great reception, and compact unit.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Excerpt: We use the TP-Link to adjust our audio volume in our sanctuary. With the audio booth in the balcony we do not have an accurate sound level in the booth. Our audio technician can adjust audio levels on the main floor with a tablet and the TP-Link.
Summary: I am running a TP-Link router, so you would think the adapter made by the same company would not fluctuate in speed as often as it does. This device constantly dropped or slowed its connection to my TP-Link router at a distance of less than 15 feet! What a waste of money!!
Pros: Connects you to wifi...most of the time.
Cons: MUCH SLOWER THAN ADVERTISED! On average, this device bounces between 11mbps and 54mbps and I am on 105mbps cable internet. I tested the speed with this device and received consistently slower than average speeds with my ISP. I hooked up straight to my router and found that my slow-down was being ...
Pretty good, using as replacement for broken Antenna.
Michael P., Newegg
23 March 2015
Summary: Received a free USB Extension/Cradle/Stand thing that I used to move the Wireless receiver away from the case. I haven't had much luck with USB extenders and wireless receivers but the one it came with works really well.
Pros: -Pretty good signal 4-5 bars, my "Nano" receiver was getting like 2-3 -Good price (I mean there's cheaper options but it's still cheap) -Continuous ping aggregate over 2 hours was 2ms, My Nano receiver was all over the place
Cons: - If it gets too hot it may reset (happened like twice the first month I had it) but then I moved it away from the PC case and has not been a problem since
Pros: Fairly constant, there are no wifi drops and connectivity is real fast.
Cons: DOESN'T go up to 150Mbps, which I was pretty mad about. If you have ~100mbps internet at home, DON'T get this product because you won't even get near 50mbps. **If I connect through a different one however, it provides at least 50mbps. I feel like I've been scammed!
Summary: Every time I go to buy this, it's always on sale for 50% off ($14.99) or cheaper. That's always a bonus.
Pros: I've been using this Wireless Adapter for years now on over 8 different PC's that I've built (3 of which are mine). I've never had any issues, only positive and great performance from this powerful piece of hardware. It also comes with a USB Cradle which helps when needing it to be up higher for ...
Pros: Works fine, definitely not 100 mbps but nothing like this is as fast as its advertised
Cons: The latest driver does not work foe Win 8.1, took forever to fix the disconnecting issue as a result of the bad driver but I was able to fix it using the Win 7 64 bit driver, haven't had an issue since installing it
Summary: The only good thing I can say is that their support person was nice and respectful.
Cons: I don't know why this adapter was so highly rated on here and a few other online stores. -Horrible speeds. Not the worst but definitely not great. -Unreliable. The adapter will stop working after a few days of use. I have to actually unplug it and plug it back in to make it work again. -Confusing...
Pros: On a 50 meg connection I'm running 40+ on speed tests. For a wireless usb adapter, and at this price, it's done the best out of any I've used. Tried a few different ones and they were all unreliable. Replaced a decade old d-link adapter that started crapping out with this item. Not disappointed a...
Cons: This is reaching, but I had to use the mini disc to install the driver. W7 didn't auto install. Not worth docking an egg.