Summary: I researched which wireless adapters were compatible with various flavors of Linux. This one was claimed to install without fuss and "just work" on Ubuntu, Lubuntu (and so presumably LXLE) etc., so I got it and it simply plugged in and worked. Yay. Plus, the price was right. Including tax, I shelled out abt $15, which is good for any wireless adapter of any kind - especially one that works without issues.
Summary: This adapter was very easy to install. I like that it's small so it doesn't stick out from the computer a lot. I used it on a second-hand desktop PC that I purchased from a business. The PC had only used Ethernet Internet before. This adapter was a simple, quick solution for changing it over to the Wi-Fi in my home.
Excerpt: My laptop's internal wifi adapter started playing up so this was bought to ensure I always had access despite the vagaries of my current hardware. It works fine, easy plug and play set up and six weeks later is still working well, although I only use it sporadically. Small and easy to port, I'd definitely recommend it as a portable backup. Fast and reliable connection when I've needed to use it.
Pros: Easy To Set Up, Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection
Summary: I could not even test how well this item picked up a signal because my computer did not even recognize it. After doing research online, I found this was a very common issue. You can't install the software because the software does not think the device is plugged in. Very disappointed. If you decide to buy this, I wish you luck.
Summary: I had an old computer that didn't have good wi-fi connectability available. I wanted to use it as a kitchen computer for searching for recipes, etc. But I needed it to connect to my home wi-fi network. This device worked great for this purpose. It was very easy to install.