Panda Ultra 150Mbps Wireless N USB Adapter - Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10, Windows Ce 6.0, Mac 10.4-10.10, Mint, Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, Lubuntu, BackTrack5 R3, Kali Linux, Raspberry Pi/Pi 2
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- Compatible with 802.11g network
- Multi-OS support: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1 32-bit/64-bit, Mac OS X 10.4/10.5/10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9, Ubuntu 12.04TLS, Fedora 16 and Puppy 5.3.3
- Wi-Fi Certification: 802.11 b/g/n, WPA, WPA2, WMM, WMM-PS, WHQL, Cisco CCX
- Security: WEP 64/128bit, WPA, WPA2, 802.1x and 802.11i, Cisco CCS V1.0, 2.0 and 3.0 compliant
- One-Year limited warranty
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The Panda Ultra Wireless-N Adapter (PAU03) upgrades the WiFi interface on your computer to the latest 802.11n standard.
Your computer can communicate wirelessly with any 802.11g/n wireless router at home, coffee shops, etc.
- Panda Ultra Wireless-N Adapter upgrades any computer to the latest 802.11 n standard
- Max data rate up to 150 Mpbs
- Backward compatibility with 802.11g 2.4GHz wireless networks
- Low power consumption to extend the battery life of your laptop or portable device
- Supports state of the art standards-based security features: 64b/128bit WEP, WPA and WPA2 (TKIP+AES) to prevent
unauthorized users to access your wireless network.
- Any PC with an available USB port, 1GHz CPU, and 1GByte Memory
- Supports Intel and AMD CPUs
- Any brand 802.11g or 802.11n router using 2.4GHz frequency band only (won't work on 5GHz band)
- Compatible with 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 8.1/8/7/Vista/XP, Mac OS 10.6/10.7/10.8/10.9 and the latest version of 32-bit and
64-bit Mint, Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE, etc.
- NOT COMPATIBLE with any device that does not run an operating system specified above unless otherwise stated.
- Works best with 802.11n router. If you have a 802.11g router, please set the wireless mode to 802.11g mode.
What's in the package
- Panda Ultra Wireless-N USB Adapter
- User's Manual
- Installation CD
Note: You can download the latest drivers for Windows, Mac and Linux from Panda Wireless web site.
Panda PAU03 adapter is backed by 1-year limited warranty. Please contact Panda Wireless if you have any questions.
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This is clearly the device to use for painless WiFi connectivity.
Connectivity has not been totally flawless in the month or so I've been using the device, but the number of times the connection has hanged have been very limited. Performance (processing speed) is good as I qualitatively detect no difference in web responsiveness and download speeds as compared to when my laptop was set up on Win 7 Pro and its internal net card.
In sum, at this price point the device is a very good value and performs well -- so with no real issues I'll go 5 stars.
I inserted this adapter into a USB slot and within a moment the system (Linux MINT 17) proudly announced numerous WiFi identifiers in the area and asked which I wanted to connect to. I typed in the security key and this cutie has been running flawlessly since.
I thought I might need to provide an initial wired connection for Linux to upload the proper driver, but this Panda adapter came ready-to-use out of the box. No feedback on performance, it's within 15 feet of the router and shows 100% reception.
Also sports a wireless icon that flickers a dim blue during network activity... nice visual to know it's online and working.
Impressive. pain-free. A couple more of these and I might enjoy moving my various systems to other places in the house.
Update Dec 2014: also plug and play with Debian, PClinuxOS, seemingly to any Debian-Ubuntu-Mint OS that I tried on an old Dell Inspiron with an AMD chip and only 1Gb ram.
"Not Visible" to CentOS, simply does not find this adapter, odd as this is Red Hat based, like Fedora. Might work with these distros if on a newer PC (ie, 5 years old or less). Just a hunch.
Update Jan 2015: Decided to upgrade my older wireless adapters and so compared the Panda to other brands: connect speeds are all in the same range (on my gigabit router with N150-N400 wireless), and the Panda EXCEEDED all others in signal strength, by about 15% according to my Linux network tools.
I had heard folks worry about the effectiveness of these small adapters when not close to an internet router, but I estimate I'm usually at least 20 feet or more from a router and it seems fine. Also as regards how it affects the dimensions of the machine, on mine it sticks a half inch further than the side of the laptop.
Basically the combination of Linux Mint and this tiny little Wireless Adapter turned a block of useless 10 year old technology into a useful device again.
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This unit plugged in to my test lenovo T450s. Compared to the integrated 7265 (Dual band wireless-AC 7265) it gave me 40% of the potential downstream speed (40.0 Mbps vs 100 Mbps) and 75% of the upstream potential (14.02 vs 18.67). Those numbers are the averages of two tests each, alternating devices, not moving the laptop.
So, quite happy to have something that works for other, not so well-endowed devices. Also pleased to report, that at least with this favourable location, this device returned almost identical results as the Panda PAU06 (with external antenna).