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works as its supposed to
John from Edmonton writes:
- works pretty fast can definitely help you if you're getting slow connection speeds
- couldnt install the drivers without the cd. Just plugging it in and having windows install it didnt work I had to put a cd in my cd drive. if I didnt have a cd drive i wouldnt have been able to get the adapter to work.
- works pretty good not much I can say
Josh from Airdrie writes:
- I use this for gaming with my friends all the time. Some of them have higher priced adapters that don't work as well as this one. -Good distance too, I usually game upstairs with my buddy's while the router is downstairs. Actually ran it through the washer once and it's still going strong! (don't recommend doing that though.) -I'm not sure why some people are writing reviews on what are clearly factory defects. If it does the same thing on the replacement one, sure, but not on the first one.
- -Haven't found any. Works for all types of gaming (FPS, RTS) with no drops.
- I like this device a lot, and I have told my friends to get this one in the future.
Justin from Calgary AB writes:
- Cheap and easy to setup. Purchased it to hook up to a Raspberry Pi which was being setup as a home theatre PC. It was constantly dropping the connection even though the access point was only 20 feet away and in clear line of sight. I then moved it over to a PC that was running windows 7 thinking it was the Raspberry Pi or Linux causing the issues only to have the same problem in Windows 7. When it worked, it worked. But it seems as though it dropped its connection every 35 seconds
- Always dropping the WiFi Connection
- Would not recomend for anything other than web surfing. Caused me a lot of issues and will need to replace it. with a PCI-E as I know I can put more trust in the internal cards.
Tim from Richmond writes:
- Good price, easy installation, works on WinXP, Win7 and Server 2008R2 (64 bits). Haven't tried on Linux. But I believe it will work too. Driver works direct from CD.
- For $19 no complain!
Amin from Edmonton writes:
- Reasonably priced Seems to work as expected, good speeds Works with PSP X-Link Kai (see summary)
- Manual is outdated and unclear on how to operate certain features, online manual is no better
- In order to get Xlink compatibility, you MUST install the Windows XP 32/64-bit drivers, regardless of what operating system you're running. Afterwards you can enable Xlink mode as you would.
dan from edmonton writes:
- dirver on the supplied cd doesn't work.. web download worked.