• Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
  • Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
  • Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
  • Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
  • Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a
Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a

Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter, Mini Size Easy to Carry, Supports Both 11AC ( 5GHz Band ) and 11n ( 2.4GHz Band ) Wi-Fi Connectivity, Upgrades your PC / Laptop for Exceeding Streaming a

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  • Compatible with Windows XP/7/8/8. 1/10 - Mac OS 10. 710. 13- Linux Kernel 2. 64. 15 (support the distribution by Ubuntu & Fedora, others by request)
  • Mini size for convenient movement without unplugging it
  • Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA, WPA2, 802. 1x encryption and WPS button
  • Features Multi-language Amax setup Wizard for easy installation
  • Complies with wireless 11AC/a/b/g/n standard with Wi-Fi speed up to 433M ( 11AC )/ 150M (11N )

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Broke after 2 months, just like everyone else said it would... After 2 months it stopped working, just like a lot of other people stated in their 1-star reviews. I got it on December 2, 2015, and it stopped working on February 4, 2016...almost exactly two months later, just like everyone else said. Yes, I'm pretty upset...but I'm also a little impressed that the adapter is seemingly so consistent at crapping out. I'm not even going to bother with a return since it was only $15, but I feel I should at least share my experience on Amazon so others don't fall into the same trap I (and many others, apparently) did. 1Great unless you want to use most of the 5GHz spectrum... I normally don't bother writing reviews unless something is really good or really bad. This one is worse than bad. You could cut it some slack given the price, but even at $20 it's worthless.Here's why: Edimax (per their tech support) does not support DFS channels at all.If you're in the United States, that means that there's only two 80MHz wide channels to use: 36 and 149.The FCC does allow using channels 52, 100 and 132 if your router (note: ROUTER) supports DFS. This is a radar-frequency detection and avoidance scheme. The router is supposed to check to make sure the channel is not being used by military or doppler radar but if the channel is clear then they can use it.I have no idea why Edimax wouldn't let their CLIENT ADAPTER use the DFC channels if the router has determined that they are clear, but they don't.This means that if you want to use this adapter on channels other than 36 and 149 you can forget about it. It just doesn't see ANYTHING in that range. I even checked using inSSIDer 4 and there's a big black hole of spectrum where this thing is as deaf as a hammer.Stay away. 1Great tiny device for the price - when it works Edit - 11/1/2016 -So I've downgraded the device to two stars. I did notice recently when running a continuous ping that every 9th ping would be around 1000 ms, sometimes 2000 or even 3000 ms. What this means is when downloading a large file the file will stop every 9 seconds for a second, then continue. I did not think anything of this since I now have the device on a laptop used for web browsing. My original desktop computer has been upgraded to a Netgear AC adapter that does not experience those drops. I am on Windows 10 x64 and could not find a driver to fix the issue. In any case I thought perhaps it was my Archer C7 so did not think about writing a negative review, however, I just got back from my friend's house and had a hard time downloading a large ios update in iTunes for my friend's iPhone. The constant stops were causing the download to have problems. I had to revert to the built in wireless N in the laptop which ran at a slower but consistent speed. So after that I have decided to just stay with Wireless N in my laptop and do away with this AC adapter altogether. Those constant lockups are annoying, especially when downloading something large.Original Review ---I bought this about 6 months ago when I bought a new AC router (The Archer C7). It's been stable, and relatively fast. The router is next door. I can transfer data at about 120 mbps with no issues. For what I do it's more than enough speeds. About 4 times faster than my wireless N card.It was plug and play on Windows 8. No issues in six months with any drops and that's with playing Diablo 3, streaming movies, copying gigs of data wirelessly, Internet browsing, remote VPN connections. And it was super cheap.If I were farther from the router I would get a bigger device with better antennas but since it's only next door this is perfect, especially for the price. 2Great Adapter in size and performace...whoa the performance is off the charts...great work Edimax. Works great...keep it handy on the keychain. Edimax is an under rated brand. I have had Edimax Routers in the past and even a few USB network adapters...and can't say I could complain on either. They served their purpose well, but I can't say my experience in micro USB adapters to be the same. So, I was actually quite surprised with the performance of this little dude. I had an Edimax AC600 and quite honestly had nothing but trouble with it and never reached anything in the area of it's supposed performance specifications...things were sluggish and there were times it just would not connect to an AC network at all...regardless of driver installation or windows version...mostly with Win10x64 was my experience. As a glutton for punishment and hearing good news about this mini adapter, AC1200, online and with friends...I decided to try one. HOLY COW! This is probably the best USB adapter I have ever used for networking. A micro usb adapter is always a plus in that you don't have something sticking out from any side of ones laptop, PC, or otherwise. I had not one issue installing this on a Win10x64, W7x64, Linux Mint, Ubuntu, or WinVistax64. I used this drive across all the systems at my disposal and it installed without issue, it performed better than the internal Micro PCIe card in two of those units. It performed better than a DD-WRT Router I was using as a Client setup. It blew away the performance of nearly all other means of wireless connection...with the one out-performer being a wired connection. I truly was happily surprised with the performace of this device, Edimax AC1200 micro USB, and have just added two more to my cart for permanent placement in two of those laptops mentioned earlier...MAC and Linux Mint. 5Zero issues with my Pi3b The 2.4ghz band is hopelessly congested around here. Did a little research, saw this was recommended by the community, and installation couldn't have been simpler. Powered off Pi, plugged it in, booted it up, added to 5ghz WiFi. Opposite ends of the apartment from the WiFi adapter, through a kitchen, bathroom, and 5 walls - and I'm still getting 200+mb with this little beauty. Note - *definitely* make sure you have a 2.5A power supply for your Pi. Starving your USB devices for power will impact performance, at least it did for me. My old PS was getting a little marginal, and getting a locally sourced PS increased my bandwidth by nearly 100mb on the adapter. 5Simple, Cheap, & Effective. Great USB WiFi adapter for plug & play use! I bought the Edimax wifi adapter so I could use wifi on my Windows 10 desktop PC, and it hasn't let me down yet. It was as simple as plugging in the usb adapter on my PC and that's it, Windows 10 did the rest and I was connected to my wifi network in no time! The Edimax Dual-Band Wifi adapter is available for the reasonable price of $15.99 with Prime. It boasts the following specs:Dual-band wireless connectivity for 2.4GHz or 5GHzMaximum Wi-Fi speeds of 150Mbps (2.4GHz) or 433Mbps (5GHz)Features a hardware WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button for easy wireless connectionsFeatures easy setup wizard (I didn't need this)It also will work with any newer Windows, Mac, or Linux machines, buy it today and enjoy blazing wifi speeds instantly! 5Best USB adapter I've used. Worth every penny. Best USB adapter I've tried. Can really tell a difference in speed and reception with it. I just ran 4 different speed tests to give an idea of the difference it makes. Without it connected, the highest rating I got was a download speed of 87.23 Mbps and upload of 16.04 Mbps. I then put it back in and the lowest speeds I got was 106.38 Mbps download and 21.86 Mbps upload.Of course, you need to update the driver and play with the settings before you'll notice any difference. But once I had the newest driver installed and all the settings right, it really seemed like I was on a whole new notebook. So, all in all, with the increase in speeds and the reliability of the connection, as well as the strength of the connection, I'd say this little USB adapter is well worth the money. 5802.11ac actually works in Windows 10 and appears to support beamforming Works great in Windows 10. I previously tried using this on my old Windows 7 machine and never got 802.11AC working.After sitting in a box for the last few years, I just pulled it out to try on our kids' Dell All In One PC that was having poor WiFi performance. We use a Netgear R6250 wireless router that has Beamforming technology, which basically means that instead of sending out the signal in all directions equally, like most routers do, it is able to focus the energy into the direction of the device that is accessing it. However, you basically need to have 802.11ac to use that technology. Well, this little adapter that was once cast aside due to not being able to connect in AC mode, I was finally able to get it into AC mode in Windows 10, and once configured properly, now gets full-bars signal strength and reliably over 300Mbps local bandwidth where previously using the built-in WiFi adapter in the All In One PC got less than 20Mbps. Speedtest.net previously had our download rate around 1Mbps. With this AC600 adapter we now max out our internet bandwidth around 150Mbps. Very glad I kept this little adapter all these years! 5This Edimax EW-7811UTC JUST WORKS (and the D-link DWA-171 is junk) Linux Installation: Depending on the age and specifications of your computer, you may be looking for a wireless adapter that is faster than what the factory gave you. I have a Lenovo G-series laptop that is not that old, but it came equipped with an internal wifi adapter that operates on the 802.11N protocol and gives me a wireless connection speed of 72 Mb/s. For $14.40 (as of 6-16-18) with Prime delivery you can buy the following adapter and boost your speed to 434 Mb/s with very little hassle.Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter Available at Amazon with Prime for $14.40IMPORTANT NOTE: I have specified the Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter in this post because I have several of them running and because they run reliably by simply installing the rtl8812au-dkms software. I have tried higher speed adapters claiming 600, 800, 1200, and 1300 Mb/s from Edimax and other manufacturers and have had nothing but problems. Sometimes they run unreliably. Frequently "nano" sized adapters overheat and die. So, this 600AC adapter delivering a reliable 434 Mb/s in a compact package is my compromise, and I am completely satisfied with it. This has been my experience, and your mileage may vary!This adapter will not work "out of the box" because the Linux kernel doesn't support the chipset. Why? I have no idea. But it is easy to get it up and running.The best method is to open the Synaptic package manager and type "rtl88" in the search field. The search will show you rtl8812au-dkms and allow you to install it in the normal manner. If you use the Synaptic or other software installer that came with your distribution, you will be assured that the version of rtl8812au-dkms is compatible.When you install rtl8812au-dkms, it will incorporate the rtl8812au chipset driver into your kernel and also run depmod and everything else to get you up and running. Depending on the speed of your system, it may take a minute or two to complete. It seems like forever, but that's normal.When it is completed, insert or re-insert your USB adapted, and it should start working immediately and also work the every time you reboot your system.NOTE: You don't want both the internal wifi adapter and the external USB adapter working at the same time. They interact in unpredictable ways and can cause problems loading web pages. Find your way to "Edit Connections..." and change the settings of the adapters under the General tab. Activate the box marked "Automatically connect..." for the external USB adapter, and deactivate the "automatic" box for the internal adapter.That's it, and you've gone from 72 Mb/s up to 434 Mb/s for under $15. 5Fast I bought this because I was having trouble with my existing usb wifi adapter but it turned out the issue was with the computer itself. So I tested it and it was great for my use.However, the great thing about this is that windows 10 recognized it instantly and did not require to install any drivers in the Enterprise Edition at work, where we don't have Admin privileges. So I ended up buying another 2 for a remote office where there's only 1 network port and the desktops there don't have built-in wifi and we will use the network port to install a wifi router and connect both workstations to it. 5
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Broke after 2 months, just like everyone else said it would... After 2 months it stopped working, just like a lot of other people stated in their 1-star reviews. I got it on December 2, 2015, and it stopped working on February 4, 2016...almost exactly two months later, just like everyone else said. Yes, I'm pretty upset...but I'm also a little impressed that the adapter is seemingly so consistent at crapping out. I'm not even going to bother with a return since it was only $15, but I feel I should at least share my experience on Amazon so others don't fall into the same trap I (and many others, apparently) did. 1Great unless you want to use most of the 5GHz spectrum... I normally don't bother writing reviews unless something is really good or really bad. This one is worse than bad. You could cut it some slack given the price, but even at $20 it's worthless.Here's why: Edimax (per their tech support) does not support DFS channels at all.If you're in the United States, that means that there's only two 80MHz wide channels to use: 36 and 149.The FCC does allow using channels 52, 100 and 132 if your router (note: ROUTER) supports DFS. This is a radar-frequency detection and avoidance scheme. The router is supposed to check to make sure the channel is not being used by military or doppler radar but if the channel is clear then they can use it.I have no idea why Edimax wouldn't let their CLIENT ADAPTER use the DFC channels if the router has determined that they are clear, but they don't.This means that if you want to use this adapter on channels other than 36 and 149 you can forget about it. It just doesn't see ANYTHING in that range. I even checked using inSSIDer 4 and there's a big black hole of spectrum where this thing is as deaf as a hammer.Stay away. 1Great tiny device for the price - when it works Edit - 11/1/2016 -So I've downgraded the device to two stars. I did notice recently when running a continuous ping that every 9th ping would be around 1000 ms, sometimes 2000 or even 3000 ms. What this means is when downloading a large file the file will stop every 9 seconds for a second, then continue. I did not think anything of this since I now have the device on a laptop used for web browsing. My original desktop computer has been upgraded to a Netgear AC adapter that does not experience those drops. I am on Windows 10 x64 and could not find a driver to fix the issue. In any case I thought perhaps it was my Archer C7 so did not think about writing a negative review, however, I just got back from my friend's house and had a hard time downloading a large ios update in iTunes for my friend's iPhone. The constant stops were causing the download to have problems. I had to revert to the built in wireless N in the laptop which ran at a slower but consistent speed. So after that I have decided to just stay with Wireless N in my laptop and do away with this AC adapter altogether. Those constant lockups are annoying, especially when downloading something large.Original Review ---I bought this about 6 months ago when I bought a new AC router (The Archer C7). It's been stable, and relatively fast. The router is next door. I can transfer data at about 120 mbps with no issues. For what I do it's more than enough speeds. About 4 times faster than my wireless N card.It was plug and play on Windows 8. No issues in six months with any drops and that's with playing Diablo 3, streaming movies, copying gigs of data wirelessly, Internet browsing, remote VPN connections. And it was super cheap.If I were farther from the router I would get a bigger device with better antennas but since it's only next door this is perfect, especially for the price. 2Great Adapter in size and performace...whoa the performance is off the charts...great work Edimax. Works great...keep it handy on the keychain. Edimax is an under rated brand. I have had Edimax Routers in the past and even a few USB network adapters...and can't say I could complain on either. They served their purpose well, but I can't say my experience in micro USB adapters to be the same. So, I was actually quite surprised with the performance of this little dude. I had an Edimax AC600 and quite honestly had nothing but trouble with it and never reached anything in the area of it's supposed performance specifications...things were sluggish and there were times it just would not connect to an AC network at all...regardless of driver installation or windows version...mostly with Win10x64 was my experience. As a glutton for punishment and hearing good news about this mini adapter, AC1200, online and with friends...I decided to try one. HOLY COW! This is probably the best USB adapter I have ever used for networking. A micro usb adapter is always a plus in that you don't have something sticking out from any side of ones laptop, PC, or otherwise. I had not one issue installing this on a Win10x64, W7x64, Linux Mint, Ubuntu, or WinVistax64. I used this drive across all the systems at my disposal and it installed without issue, it performed better than the internal Micro PCIe card in two of those units. It performed better than a DD-WRT Router I was using as a Client setup. It blew away the performance of nearly all other means of wireless connection...with the one out-performer being a wired connection. I truly was happily surprised with the performace of this device, Edimax AC1200 micro USB, and have just added two more to my cart for permanent placement in two of those laptops mentioned earlier...MAC and Linux Mint. 5Zero issues with my Pi3b The 2.4ghz band is hopelessly congested around here. Did a little research, saw this was recommended by the community, and installation couldn't have been simpler. Powered off Pi, plugged it in, booted it up, added to 5ghz WiFi. Opposite ends of the apartment from the WiFi adapter, through a kitchen, bathroom, and 5 walls - and I'm still getting 200+mb with this little beauty. Note - *definitely* make sure you have a 2.5A power supply for your Pi. Starving your USB devices for power will impact performance, at least it did for me. My old PS was getting a little marginal, and getting a locally sourced PS increased my bandwidth by nearly 100mb on the adapter. 5Simple, Cheap, & Effective. Great USB WiFi adapter for plug & play use! I bought the Edimax wifi adapter so I could use wifi on my Windows 10 desktop PC, and it hasn't let me down yet. It was as simple as plugging in the usb adapter on my PC and that's it, Windows 10 did the rest and I was connected to my wifi network in no time! The Edimax Dual-Band Wifi adapter is available for the reasonable price of $15.99 with Prime. It boasts the following specs:Dual-band wireless connectivity for 2.4GHz or 5GHzMaximum Wi-Fi speeds of 150Mbps (2.4GHz) or 433Mbps (5GHz)Features a hardware WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) button for easy wireless connectionsFeatures easy setup wizard (I didn't need this)It also will work with any newer Windows, Mac, or Linux machines, buy it today and enjoy blazing wifi speeds instantly! 5Best USB adapter I've used. Worth every penny. Best USB adapter I've tried. Can really tell a difference in speed and reception with it. I just ran 4 different speed tests to give an idea of the difference it makes. Without it connected, the highest rating I got was a download speed of 87.23 Mbps and upload of 16.04 Mbps. I then put it back in and the lowest speeds I got was 106.38 Mbps download and 21.86 Mbps upload.Of course, you need to update the driver and play with the settings before you'll notice any difference. But once I had the newest driver installed and all the settings right, it really seemed like I was on a whole new notebook. So, all in all, with the increase in speeds and the reliability of the connection, as well as the strength of the connection, I'd say this little USB adapter is well worth the money. 5802.11ac actually works in Windows 10 and appears to support beamforming Works great in Windows 10. I previously tried using this on my old Windows 7 machine and never got 802.11AC working.After sitting in a box for the last few years, I just pulled it out to try on our kids' Dell All In One PC that was having poor WiFi performance. We use a Netgear R6250 wireless router that has Beamforming technology, which basically means that instead of sending out the signal in all directions equally, like most routers do, it is able to focus the energy into the direction of the device that is accessing it. However, you basically need to have 802.11ac to use that technology. Well, this little adapter that was once cast aside due to not being able to connect in AC mode, I was finally able to get it into AC mode in Windows 10, and once configured properly, now gets full-bars signal strength and reliably over 300Mbps local bandwidth where previously using the built-in WiFi adapter in the All In One PC got less than 20Mbps. Speedtest.net previously had our download rate around 1Mbps. With this AC600 adapter we now max out our internet bandwidth around 150Mbps. Very glad I kept this little adapter all these years! 5This Edimax EW-7811UTC JUST WORKS (and the D-link DWA-171 is junk) Linux Installation: Depending on the age and specifications of your computer, you may be looking for a wireless adapter that is faster than what the factory gave you. I have a Lenovo G-series laptop that is not that old, but it came equipped with an internal wifi adapter that operates on the 802.11N protocol and gives me a wireless connection speed of 72 Mb/s. For $14.40 (as of 6-16-18) with Prime delivery you can buy the following adapter and boost your speed to 434 Mb/s with very little hassle.Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter Available at Amazon with Prime for $14.40IMPORTANT NOTE: I have specified the Edimax EW-7811UTC AC600 Dual-Band USB Adapter in this post because I have several of them running and because they run reliably by simply installing the rtl8812au-dkms software. I have tried higher speed adapters claiming 600, 800, 1200, and 1300 Mb/s from Edimax and other manufacturers and have had nothing but problems. Sometimes they run unreliably. Frequently "nano" sized adapters overheat and die. So, this 600AC adapter delivering a reliable 434 Mb/s in a compact package is my compromise, and I am completely satisfied with it. This has been my experience, and your mileage may vary!This adapter will not work "out of the box" because the Linux kernel doesn't support the chipset. Why? I have no idea. But it is easy to get it up and running.The best method is to open the Synaptic package manager and type "rtl88" in the search field. The search will show you rtl8812au-dkms and allow you to install it in the normal manner. If you use the Synaptic or other software installer that came with your distribution, you will be assured that the version of rtl8812au-dkms is compatible.When you install rtl8812au-dkms, it will incorporate the rtl8812au chipset driver into your kernel and also run depmod and everything else to get you up and running. Depending on the speed of your system, it may take a minute or two to complete. It seems like forever, but that's normal.When it is completed, insert or re-insert your USB adapted, and it should start working immediately and also work the every time you reboot your system.NOTE: You don't want both the internal wifi adapter and the external USB adapter working at the same time. They interact in unpredictable ways and can cause problems loading web pages. Find your way to "Edit Connections..." and change the settings of the adapters under the General tab. Activate the box marked "Automatically connect..." for the external USB adapter, and deactivate the "automatic" box for the internal adapter.That's it, and you've gone from 72 Mb/s up to 434 Mb/s for under $15. 5Fast I bought this because I was having trouble with my existing usb wifi adapter but it turned out the issue was with the computer itself. So I tested it and it was great for my use.However, the great thing about this is that windows 10 recognized it instantly and did not require to install any drivers in the Enterprise Edition at work, where we don't have Admin privileges. So I ended up buying another 2 for a remote office where there's only 1 network port and the desktops there don't have built-in wifi and we will use the network port to install a wifi router and connect both workstations to it. 5
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