Trendnet Tech Support was not helpful and seemed easily confused. Off-shoring support is not a good thing
Michael J Giraudo, Amazon
24 January 2015
Summary: I purchased this to work with the Trendnet AC1750 Dual Band Router thinking that products from the same company would work. This was not the case. Even though the router and USB adapter were only 30 feet apart (through two dual-pane windows), I could not get the adapter to even see the 5GHz band.
Summary: I've since purchased a new adapter from another manufacturer, and am no longer using this one, as my new adapter is working perfectly. The USB 3.0 issues were immediately apparent and debilitating, so I'll reference my experience using this adapter via USB 2.0: Normal web browsing seems to work...
Pros: Supports 802.11ac standard, USB 3.0,
Cons: Plastic casing around connector is large and will block access to adjacent USB ports in some cases - a USB extension could be included to avoid this. Could NOT get this card to function reliably over USB 3.0 - I was getting disconnects, signal drops, even BSODs. I have several other USB 3.0 devic...
Summary: Doesn't work. Just like many others have written, it is completely unstable and Wi-Fi frequently is not connected or continuously disconnects and reconnects. On computer bootup/login it is especially unreliable.
Summary: I'm still 'out' on this product. I purchased the TRENDnet AC1200 modem and that works like a dream. Works on two levels of a house without a problem. This product, however, seems to be 'less' than expressed on the descriptions.
Summary: Have AC 1750 router, and bought adapter to conned to the dual band 2.4 GHtz and 5 GHtz. After installing software from CD and plugging in adapter, would connect to 2.4 GHtz band, but unable to see 5 GHtz. Downloaded latest software from Trendnet site, still same issue.