I have Comcast internet and no matter what they say, their internet is not great. It’s always good for about the first week or 2 of installment and then the internet take a crap and every device I have always had trouble connecting and keeping a good internet speed. Because of this I have tried a ton of ways to try to speed up the connection on my computer but all has failed and I have yet to come by a good way. I came across this awesome product Network Adaptor that is a wireless 802.11ac USB adapter receiving speed up to 433Mbps. I love this product because it has a slick compact design with only 19 mm long, equipped with Realtek RTL8811AU Chipset for sturdy reliability.
It is so easy to install as well whether you have a mac or windows the directions will take you step by step to get it finished. All you have to do is pop in the CD follow the short simple steps and you will be good to go.
- Support IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac
- Transfer speed :
- Up to 433Mbps (Receiver) for 5GHz Channels (1T1R)
- USB3.0 interface
- PC-compatible computer (CPU speed of 200MHz or above)
- Memory: 64MB or above (128MB recommended)
- Microsoft Window 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP, Mac OS (10.4 – 10.10) and Linux compatible
Now coming to the overall functionality of this product, did it work well? I think that it worked well in my opinion. It didn’t increase the speed an insane amount, but enough to make a difference when I’m using my computer to surf the net and run various programs. So if you are looking for something that will give your computer a good pick-me-up then I would say this network adapter would be something to look into. It is fairly inexpensive and easy to install.