Wifi Adapter ac600Mbps EDUP Wireless Usb Adapter 5.8GHz/2.4GHz Dual Band 600Mbps Usb Adapter 2dBi External Antennas Supports Windows XP,Win Vista,Win 7,Win 8, Win 10,Mac OS X 10.6-10.12
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- Upgrades PCs to 802.11ac, the latest & most powerful Wi-Fi technology - 3 times faster than wireless N speeds. 5G WIFI Ideal for gaming online and seamless HD video streaming
- Wifi usb adapter up to 600Mbps Wi-Fi speeds on 5.8GHz (433Mbps) and 2.4GHz (150Mbps) bands. Dual band reduces interference for better connections to more Wi-Fi devices, Use Roaming technology, promise high effective wireless connect
- 802.11ac Wi-Fi technology and detachable 2dBi omni-directional dual band antenna for increased coverage and stability; Dual band wireless usb adapter downward compatability 802.11g/n Internet device
- 2.0 USB Wireless wifi Antennas Support Operation System:Windows XP/Vista/Win7/Win8/Win10/Mac OS 10.6-10.12.(pelase download the driver from EDUP official website if can not use the CD:http://www.szedup.com/support/driver-download/ep-db1607-driver/)
- Wifi dongle AC600Mbps lifetime warranty Easy to install,driver updates and full technical support in English.(Newest driver link in description or Contact us)
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EDUP WIFI adapter
Connect wifi for your PC desktop laptop
1.Please FIRST install the driver from CD or EDUP officail website, Then insert the wifi adapter AC600Mbps
2.We suggest you to insert wireless dongle into back USB port of your desktop,because usb port in the back can provide more power.
If you could not download driver from CD, please download the UPDATED driver from EDUP official website
Dual band 600Mbps wifi adapter
Get better signal
Extenal Hign Gain antennas
1 x usb wifi adapter
1 x CD driver
1 x Antenna
1 x User Manual
Wifi Distance Wifi Band AP Mode
Operating distance of up to 300 feet indoor, and up to 900 feet outdoor
More stable--2.4G wifi signal
More fast --5.8G wifi signal
AP Mode:(Not for windows 10)
We provide SoftAP setting instructions if you need.
Create a Hotspot with the SoftAP Feature
Whenever there is only wired Internet connection, you can activate the SoftAP function after installing the included CD software, and create a Wi-Fi hotspot for other mobile devices.
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If you'll look at my previous reviews you'll find that I've bought (again at full price) and reviewed at least four other AC network adapter in the last several months. Unfortunately, I’ve been disappointed in all of those products to date and returned them all (thanks to Amazon for the great return policy). I’ve been trying to upgrade a Rosewill N adapter that offered decent speeds, but wasn’t taking full advantage of may AC router network speeds. The purchase of the EDUP AC 600 adapter has finally allowed me to almost do that.
I have a Linksys EA7500 router that’s capable of 1300 AC speeds as well as a RA6500 extender capable of 867 AC speeds, so the speeds promised from the EDUP AC 600 adapter are certainly possible on my network. While I have yet to achieve the promised 600 Mbps of the adapter, I’ve more doubled the speeds from the Rosewill N adapter at 144 Mbps up to about 325 Mbps for the EDUP AC adapter.
Since I purchased it a couple of weeks ago, the EDUP adapter has been in constant use, with zero lost connections or downtime. I think that’s fairly remarkable since the adapter is one floor down and about 20 feet away from the router, and on the same floor, but about 30 feet away from the extender in a nearly 3,000 SQFT house.
It gets four stars for the poorly written and translated instructions, as well as, the outdated driver disk and set-up requirements. Recommend if you’re running windows 10 or 7 that you let windows search & install the drivers and that you use the windows WLAN management utility instead of the klunky Realtek utility on the disk. I’ve tried the EDUP on both a windows 10 desktop and a windows 7 HTPC with no issues.
I’m pleased enough to buy a second one for use with a laptop in my son’s room, but not so overwhelmed that I would give it 5 stars or spend more than 25 dollars for it.
On Windows 10, it was just plug n play. I plugged the device into an open USB slot and it worked almost immediately. No need to install drivers or set up any wireless management software that is included. Simple.
On Linux Mint 17.3, I had a little bit of an issue getting the driver to compile. This adapter comes with Linux drivers, documentation, and an install script to compile the driver for you. Copy the Linux folder to your desktop, make the install.sh file executable, and then run it. After doing this I kept getting make errors, but dug through the included documentation a bit and found that the driver was optimized for kernel 3.16. I switched to this version of the Linux kernel (if you don't know how then Google it for your distro) and the install script ran smoothly and I was connected to my WiFi network soon after.
I have been using this adapter on both Windows 10 and Mint 17.3 for a couple of weeks now with no issues. Great product at a good product and it works as advertised.
Update - Two Months In: Still very satisfied with the product. Periodically (maybe twice a week), I'll lose all connection to the wireless network, and it will take at most five minutes to sort itself out (usually less than 2 minutes). On a device that is online 24-7 that is non-critical, I consider this an acceptable mean time between failures. Still would highly recommend to anyone.
The Linux driver included on the installation CD (and on the manufacturer's website) requires compilation, but it's for older kernels; it won't even compile on my 4.2 kernel machine. A more modern version of the driver is available at [...] and it compiles and installs just fine. (Instructions for dkms are included, so you don't need to manually recompile the driver every time you upgrade your kernel.)
The Windows driver on the installation CD worked, though it didn't automatically disable the default Windows WLAN management for the adapter -- so several times a minute, bandwidth would drop to zero for a couple of seconds as the Realtek LAN Utility fought with Windows for control of the adapter. This was easily fixed by opening an Administrator command prompt and typing:
netsh wlan set autoconfig enabled=no interface="Wireless Network Connection"
However, while the adapters are now working on all my machines, they're getting nowhere near the "Up to 600Mbps" claimed in the product description. On Linux, iwconfig is showing a bit rate of 434 Mb/s when right next to the router (TP-Link Archer C1900); Windows is showing a speed of 325 Mbps. Actual throughput, however, is much lower (testing with iperf3 to a target machine hooked up directly to the router's gigabit ports gives around 95 Mb/s on Linux, 68 Mb/s on Windows). No significant difference noted when plugging the adapter into USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 ports.
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