Summary: I had never tried TP-link and was a little leery but against my better judgment I gave them a try. On opening the box and installing the card & drivers, I got no networks. I switched it to another PCI card and all seemed well.
Summary: I've tried it, as part of a new home built game rig. I've tried different drivers, different types of networks and I just can not get a stable connection with it. It connects fine, speeds are okay for the first few seconds and then it drops down to <1 Mbps.
Performance is worse than my 3 year old Wireless card.
C. Adams, Amazon
2 April 2014
Summary: I bought this to replace my aging Linksys WMP54G Wireless-G PCI Adapter. G is an older Technology and N should be much faster right? My router is a floor above me. I use an external wireless antenna sitting on my desk to help get signal. With my Linksys, I get 5 bars (4 if I dont use the antenna).
Worked for 1 day. Missed return window. Out 30 bucks
Benny M, Amazon
12 March 2014
Summary: Basically installed this a day before my return window expired. It worked fine for a full day then just kept disconnecting randomly the next day for no reason. I missed the return window so I'm out of money for a product that didn't even work for more then 2 days.
Excerpt: Adorama shipped quickly. Installed on Windows 7 Professional per instructions. Control Panel recognized TL-WN951N adapter, and said it was enabled and working properly. Windows "Wireless Network Connection", however, said "No Connections Available." I called TP-Link tech support.
Pros: Fast Connection Speed, Reliable connection, Secure Connection
Cons: Difficult To Set Up, For Me Not Plug And Play, For Me Not Plug N Play, Very Poor Tech Support