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If you own a newer computer that has a USB 3.0 port, you could get a much faster connection if you invest in an adapter that supports the same standard. In fact, USB 3.0-enabled adapters can transfer 640MBps, more than 10 times the top speed of USB 2.0. See More
This adapter supports the latest 802.11ac wireless protocol that is the fastest to date. As long as your computer is also compatible, you should get a decent connection. Another contributing factor is that it's a dual-band adapter, so you can connect your computer to a 5GHz network to alleviate some of the Wi-Fi congestion. See More
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Given that your computer has a USB 3.0 port and your broadband allows for fast connection, this adapter will not limit your internet speed at all. The maximum data transfer theoretically is 640 Mbps, which is way beyond the connection speed most people have. It's also dual-band, which may help alleviate Wi-Fi congestion as long as your computer supports a 5 GHz network. See More
Two large antennas make this adapter very good at receiving Wi-Fi behind walls, doors, and between floors. This is especially true when it comes to the long-wave 2.4 GHz signal that the majority of devices support. Generally, you don't have to worry about your connection suddenly breaking up. See More
This adapter only supports the USB 2.0 standard, which is significantly (more than 10 times) slower than the USB 3.0 in data transfer. If you have a newer computer with a USB 3.0 port, you could get a much faster connection by getting a compatible adapter. See More
As long as your computer supports the latest wireless protocol, 802.11ac, you will get a pretty fast connection. The fact that this is a dual-band adapter also helps with alleviating some of the Wi-Fi congestion that arises when too many devices are connected to a network (but you have to make sure that your computer has 5 GHz network support). See More