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This review is from: EDIMAX EW-7722UnD N600 Wireless Dual-Band USB 2.0 Adapter IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
Pros: Received a signal and connects to wi-fi.
Cons: The built-in 2.5ghz NIC built into my laptop gets the SAME throughput as this dual channel one. Built-in also gets 5 signal bars on 2.5 while this one gets 3 bars on 2.5g and 2 bars on 5g in same location. I am also using an Edimax 600n router, which is also decent but does have a stable signal, although not strong enough for my needs. It is also bulky compared to most USB wi-fi adapters. If you are not going to be sitting almost right next to the router you can forget about using this for any meaningful boost from 5g. This also will not work without also installing the cumbersome edimax wi-fi software which seems to get confused a lot with Windows when disconnecting and switching over to the built-in. This may be a better option for a laptop with no wi-fi already or a even desktop, but not just to get a faster speed or better signal.
Used inSSIDer and lanspeedtest for testing.
This review is from: Logitech K400 2.4GHz Wireless Touch Keyboard
Pros: -range (if usb key is exposed and within 10-20 feet)
-trackpad is accurate
-additional left mouse button on top left for easy use
Cons: was not free and cannot use to go to the moonREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SiliconDust - HDHomeRun Network-based Dual Digital - HDTV Tuner Ethernet Interface
Pros: Easy setup, great reception from OTA/Clear QAM. It also automatically updated the firmware with no interaction. Great little device.
Other Thoughts: Comcast Clear QAM does NOT carry Fox in my area (Waldorf, MD), so I am required to use my antenna and cable signal, but at least I have that option. Also no MyDC20.READ FULL REVIEW