Summary: Worked instantly when I connected it. It brings a CD sith which you install a driver in order for it to work. Didn't even have to open the program. It just worked. Great option for those whom, like me, own a desktop computer that cannot connect via wireless (WiFi).
Summary: Yes, it did improve the reception somewhat...but NOT to the extent they advertise by a long shot. I guess they claim it "could" increase receiving and sending signal strength by"up to" 10 times more.
Summary: I have been trying to pick up the signal from router in the house next door(the parsonage, want to get internet at church) and this is the only adapter that I tried that was able too!! Even get full signal strength!! The other ones I tried that didn't work cost twice as much.
HORRIBLE RECEPTION AND WOULD LOOSE ALL CONNECTIONS!
Wesley J. Luther, Amazon
12 January 2014
Summary: This thing is a horrible piece of crap. I used to have a WNDA3100V2 and let me tell you with that device that had an internal antenna and I had 3-4 bars through a VERY THICK BRICK WALL. I went ahead and purchased the TP-LINK TL-WN8200ND and I had 1 bar.
Not enough information (on existing documentation) for x86_64 kernel 3.x Linux Driver
Jeffersonian "Mezigues", Amazon
16 April 2013
Summary: Hello: I would like to purchase this product, to use it with x86_64 kernel 3.0. What is the chip set used? Does it exist a Linux Driver? Thanks. AG Note: I downloaded the Users's manual from TP-Link Web site, file: TL-WN8200ND_V1_User_Guide.pdf