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  • posted bytiborc on 12/20/2015

    This is definitely what I would call the cookie-cutter of all WiFi adapters. Pure, brute-force power! Nothing fancy, it's just one hell of a device. Plus if you're interested in pentesting WiFi this is also one, if not THE best card to work with. Very good Linux support. Cracking WEP is so fast a... Read more

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  • posted byNHL98 on 03/04/2015

    Very good device, plastic, but solid. Rubber plug doesn't hold weight of device + antenna. Antenna (big one) is good and has a good capacity of receive wifi signal. After 3 year, it's still in good condition. Only little problem on antenna's connector, where its moving for direction, too fragile.... Read more

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  • posted byRPiNut on 02/04/2014

    Fast, simple, easy to connect, cheap and good quality. Tested with Windows 7 and Debian 7.2 and worked at both computers. Reached an range of 380m (Whitout connect) with signal strength of 32%. Point to point in open area around 400m and inside around 40m. Delivered in around 2 weeks. Driver set... Read more

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  • posted byvilatuerca on 02/03/2014

    It is a good chipset, it is the same chipset AWUS036NH (Ralink RT3070L), but with a different badge. Not the chipset which should lead (Realtek 8187L), so now I have two RT3070L ... I wanted a chipset B / G, Realtek 8187L, and I find UNB / G / N, RT3070 ... AWUS036NH is the IEEE 802.11b/g/n USB a... Read more

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  • posted byebelteu on 11/02/2013

    Cheap and practical. It really boosts up the signal significantly. It even shows networks that the integrated adapter won't show. I can only find a couple of cons: the long time you have to wait for the package to arrive (about 3 weeks-1 month for Spain), but after all, the delivery is free and a... Read more

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  • posted byHegelstad on 09/04/2013

    - The packing includes many mounts and two differently sized antennas - Micro USB port - Automatically installs drivers in Win 7 - Really long range - Nice gadget - Tiny host - I bought this to use at home, but as clearly specified this is wireless g-technology, only up to 54mbps. - Looks plastic... Read more

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  • posted bykratzky on 05/30/2013

    ?ompleted with useful support that can be used with suction cup ot with grisp for placing it in right place. Works well in Windows as wifi adapter and also in access point mode. In Mac OS X works well with aircrack-ng and KisMac. There's no 64bit driver for Mac OS X Lion/Mountain Lion so it's to... Read more

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  • posted byo0pz83 on 04/12/2013

    - Compact in size - Comes with 2 antennas [standard 5db and 9db] - Came with several attachments including suction cup for the alfa unit, cradle for the unit, and a belt clip also. - Comes with 2 cds. Smaller disc is the driver cd and manual. The second disc is mini linux distro. Works perfectly... Read more

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  • posted bythe_chemist on 03/17/2013

    This product if relatively cheap and works well. Extension lead for the antenna seemed to lose more signal than anything else so I avoided using it. range didn't always seem to be boosted by a lot using the high gain antenna although it did make a noticeable difference on signal quality when the... Read more

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  • posted byB0st0n on 12/27/2012

    A good wifi adapter, good complectation and chipset: Realtek RTL8187L, reached the 54mbps limit, equipped with two antennas is very cool. no obvious deficiencies Is that a weak sucker The Alfa USB wireless adapter works very well in both Windows and Linux. Using the internal wireless adapter in I... Read more

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