Wifi Adapter AC600 Usb Wireless Adapter 2.4GHz/5.8GHz Dual Band Network Lan Card with External Antenna for Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista/Mac OS10.6-10.12
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- Upgrades PCs to 802.11ac, the latest & most powerful Wi-Fi technology - 3 times faster than wireless N speeds. Ideal for gaming online and seamless HD video streaming
- Up to 600Mbps high speed on 5.8GHz (433Mbps) and 2.4GHz (150Mbps) bands. Dual band reduce interference for better connection
- This dual band wifi dongle downward compatability 802.11g/n Internet device
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology and external 2dBi omni-directional antenna for increased coverage and stability
- Use Roaming technology, promise high effective wireless connection
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ANEWKODI 600Mbps Dual Band (2.4G/150Mbps+5G/433Mbps) Wireless USB Wifi Adapter,802.11N/G/B Antenna Network Lan Card For Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (32/64bits) MAC OS B01G8IPLD8
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EDUP EP-DB1607 Wireless Usb Adapter ac600 2.4GHz/5.8GHz Dual Band Usb Adapter 2dBi External Antennas 600Mbps
Max. Transmit Speed
2.412~2.472GHz/ 5.725~5.825GHz (3C)
2.412~2.462Ghz/ 5.15~5.35GHz/ 5.725~5.825GHZ (FFC)
13 at 2.4GHz/ 4 at 5.8GHz (3C)
11 at 2.4GHz/ 12at 5.8GHz (FFC)
Work Power:17dBm (Typical)
11n: -68dBm@130M; -68dBm@108M
WPA/WPA2,64/128 bit WEP
Support Operation System:Window 2000/XP/Vista/WinCE/Win7/Win8/Win8.1/Win10/Mac OS10.6-10.12/Linux
Function:WPS, Soft AP
Antenna Type:2dBi Omni-directional Antennas
Operating Temperature(degree Celsius): 0~40
Storage Temperature(degree Celsius): -40~70
Operating Humidity: 10% ~ 90% RH (Non Condensing)
Storage Humidity: 5% ~ 90% RH (Non Condensing)
1 * usb wifi adapter
1 * CD driver
1 * instruction
1 * warranty card
EDUP official website to download the driver: http://www.szedup.com/support/driver-download/ep-db1607-driver/
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Step 1: Throw away the instructions. They are worthless (and written for Windows 8, in any case)
Step 2: If you are not going to use the mini CD driver install disk, go to the EDUP web site (www-dot-szedup-dot-com) and download the correct Realtek USB Wireless drivers for the EDUP EP-DB1607. Do NOT run the install yet.
Step 3: Disable your installed wireless network adapter. It is NOT enough to "turn off WiFi"! You must disable the adapter completely in the network device settings. You will know you did it correctly when you no longer see any wireless connection options.
Step 4: Run the driver install program (Setup-dot-exe)
Step 5: Restart your computer to finish installing the drivers. This will NOT install the Realtek USB Wireless Connection Monitor utility, no matter what the instructions tell you, so don't bother looking for the new program/icon after you install the drivers. (You didn't throw away the instructions, did you? That's why you're confused right now. Consider this my "I told you so" moment.)
Step 6: Connect the device to an available USB 2.0 port. It will now plug-and-play.
Step 7: Open your network connections, and turn on the new wireless connection (if necessary)
Step 8: Connect to your wireless network
This would be a 5-star plug-and-play device for 64-bit Windows 10 if the instructions were in any way useful. Since they not only fail to help, but also give you advice that is the opposite of what you should be doing, I am generously withholding only one star.
And that's it -- you're up and running. Run a speed test a few times, and impress your friends with how fast your connection is :-)
I installed the adapter on a Samsung laptop with Windows 8.1 but there was a problem right off the bat. After completing the 1st step of the directions (simply inserting the device) the PC encountered an issue (& showed the Win8.1 quasi-BSOD) due to an issue with memory execution, automatically restarting after a few seconds. After this occurring 3 times, I instead decided to install the software 1st (by running the setup from the included CD) & THEN inserting the device, & this worked. The last popup during installation was for another driver being installed, but after waiting 2 hours for it to complete I went forward anyway (by inserting the device), without closing the window or letting it finish on it's own, & encountered no problems; needless to say, other setups may behave differently. After that, all was fine.
The product worked as advertised, with very good speeds close to what was advertised & excellent range (on both bands, though I use the 5 Ghz band due to less interference). It does not feel cheap or flimsy, & so far I am very happy with the product & have yet to encounter any performance issues. Product comes with a very useful piece of software too, which is a standalone WiFi adapter Utility that shows things like signal strength, speed, in-range networks, et al. I would recommend the product to anyone looking for a compact, dual band WiFi adapter with good speeds (if AC600 is sufficient), very good range & a removable antenna for under $20.
Note: 5 Stars would have been given if setup had completed without a hitch & speed didn't max out at 600 Mbps.
This is on only a E4500 CPU (2.2GHz dual core). My 4GHz quad core only gets about 100Mbps on a AC"867".
For $18 even if it dies in a year it's a steal.
The only thing I do not like is the bright flashing blue light when connected. We plan to put a small square of electric/vinyl tape over it.