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For sometime now my laptop has been acting up in public places connecting to the internet, my work specially. My laptop came with a horrible Broadcom adapter which never ever gave me full speed on my home/work speed connection, I always got either half the speed or 3/4 but changed for a Centrino and then I was getting the full 55Mb/s speed.
Recently the connection no matter where I was it was getting drop suddenly or becoming slow to the point that if I was streaming a video on netflix I was getting the SD signal and not the HD, it was frustrating, considering that this was a Centrino wirelessadapter. I decided to use the Archer wireless apater and now it's a full week of use in public and this adapter has not failed, it's been a clear and full signal no matter where I use it.
I know it's not a driver issue with my Centrino, because I install and reinstall but the "Dual Band" in the Archer and being that's an AC it does help with the signal issues I had, maybe because nowadays wherever you go EVERYBODY is hogging the public WiFi.
This is definitely one adapter that will give you that signal strength you need in a public place and pretty much anywhere. I'm using it everyday now and so far I have not had issues with it. Even my smart phone gets drop at these other places where the Archer just cruises by.
Cons: Nothing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I need to correct something from my previous review.
While I said that I paired this adapter to my internal wireless adapter, it did work for like 5 or 10 mins. apparently because know I can see that only ONE adapter is actually working while the other one is in sleep mode.
But one thing I noticed is that the Archer T2U will allow me to watch youtube clips w/o the dreaded "slow" message, as I unplugged the T2U and use the internal Intel Centrino wireless adapter I got the message of "slow" from youtube.
Today is Sunday and I get some slow downs here and there from some very popular sites, but the T2U is working smoothly here, better than the internal unit.
It kinda surprised that at one point I was getting faster speeds for down and up when I installed the T2U adapter.
Cons: NoneREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston 64GB microSDXC Flash Card With SD Adaptor Model SDCA10/64GB
Pros: Easy to use and the adapter helps.
I use this on my HTC Desire 816 phone, taking movies and pictures is a pure breeze.
Taken hundreds of pictures and it's so fast I hardly hear the shutter go off. Movies are flawless.
What can I say that hasn't said before? Buy it, the price and speed make it one of the best choices for the money. And before I buy I break and lay down everything I need to know and I think this is the best choice/value in the 64GB storage range.
Hey Kingston!!!! Send me a free SSD, 128GB will do. I need to upgrade my laptops.