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  • posted byNiceAlm on 02/12/2013

    This is a good product to near acess points (example: router in home). In Windows and in Ubuntu Linux, any driver was requested to use as client. To use as AP, I used an app on Windows (Connectify), and the speed surprise me! But its range is not very surprised either. The notification light on A... Read more

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  • posted byunixbigot on 07/23/2012

    Works with Linux (ralink chipset). Also comes with macos drivers. WORKS WITH RASPBERRY PI Nice status LED. USB dust cover. Rather longer than some other devices. Was unable to power both RasPi and WiFi off a single USB hub, had to power the Pi off separate power. Chime in on forum if you find a a... Read more

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  • posted byLiorgav on 07/22/2012

    Price, doing what it should do, small, no need to open the computer, just plug it and install the driver. driver - the CD comes with the item was empty,and in the user manual, there was no mention how is the manufacturer. The attached CD, comes with the product was empty, and in the user manual I... Read more

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  • posted byfdalto on 05/27/2012

    Works wel (can't say about speed, I didn't check) Good utility applications, easy to use (need to instal with other pen drive) Seems to be strong, great build quality. .......................................................................................................................... There... Read more

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  • posted bySmol000 on 07/10/2011

    Good adapter and great price! Easy to install and make it work. Very fine work as Soft AP under windows xp (all drivers on CD included). Adapter based on Ralink chip "RT2070". Really hot when working. I made two holes in a plastic case of adapter. Transmission distance is not the it's I... Read more

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  • posted byEricDP1 on 07/09/2011

    Small, cheap, USB doesn't require PCI slot, works out of the box on Linux with no need to install any drivers or anything. So far none. Works exactly as expected. Plugged it into my Ubuntu 11.04 box (which already had wireless configured for another adapter). It auto-loaded the drivers and before... Read more

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  • posted byShuricksoft on 04/03/2011

    Great adapter and great price! Works with Mac OS X easily (that's what I bought it for), drivers are included on a CD, really easy to install and make it work. There are no any cons yet, everything works just fine. The chipset is Ralink, the same as in D-Link's adapters. But I couldn't make work... Read more

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