Summary: I figured that I would get 50-100 MBps actual, since it is on a computer at the far end of the house. WRONG - it actually achieved 200MBps from 40 feet away through walls. Picked this one because it is supported under both Windows and Linux, and this one went on my Linux web server to get better throughput. Transferring files is no longer a long-term chore!
Summary: Before I purchased this adapter I spoke with TRENDnet and they were very helpful going over the products specs. I could have gotten a cheaper adapter but since they were so great on the phone I bought it. The adapter was very easy to install. It took minutes and the best news of all I now have internet all over the apartment. Before we were getting so much interference from the 2.4 ISM band that it was not worth the effort.
Summary: I struggled for a bit on this adapter since the instructions are limited in description. Im also not very computer savy. wish there were less pics and more verbal walk thru. I managed. works great.
300Mbps Dual Band Wireless N USB Adapter TEW-664UB (Version v1.0R)
8 September 2012
Summary: This is a great network adapter. I had difficulty at first when I installed the drivers and utility from the CD that came with it on my Windows 7 64bit laptop. Checked for drivers on the manufacture's website and they were from '09, so I uninstalled the drivers, connected the LAN cable, plugged the adapter directly into the laptop and downloaded Microsoft's drivers and it worked fine sense then.
Summary: I upgraded my wireless router from G to dual N, wanted an N adapter I could use quickly and this one plugged in, set up with no problems and worked great. I went from receiving 54Mbps to 270Mbps with a very strong signal. I should mention both the 2.4 and the 5.0 bands send a strong signal but the 5. signal will not travel as far. Last, I was connecting to the new Trendnet 300 Mbps Concurrent Dual Band Wireless N Router TEW-671BR.