Category Archives: Wifi adapter reviews

Internal Wireless PCI-E Desktop Card Reviews 2015

Internal Wireless PCI-E desktop Card Reviews 2015 .. The TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 uses a PCI Express slot and is compatible with Windows. It doesn’t state if it is compatible with Linux but by doing a quick Google search you can see this card is used widely in the Linux community (It uses a Atheros AR9380 chipset).   It supports… Read More »

Dual Band Wireless USB Adapter Reviews

  Now that Dual Band routers have become standard with most new routers, many users want to use the high speed routers to their fullest potential.   But what if your old computer or laptop doesn’t have support for dual band?   The easy answer is a Dual Band Wireless USB adapter.   Dual band works in both… Read More »

Wireless Network Adapter for Desktop

  A laptop, tablet, or smartphone already has a wireless card built into them, but under many peoples desk is a PC that cannot connect by wireless to a home network or the Internet.   A wireless adapter with a USB port can easily be fitted into a desktop to send and receive data giving it immediate wireless… Read More »

USB Wireless Adapter Reviews

What is a Wireless USB adapter/dongle?   Wireless USB adapters are small devices that connect to a computer, laptop, tablet USB port and talk to a router wirelessly with no need for cables.   These adapters, sometimes called Dongles, came in very handy for a number of reasons. The most common is to connect a desktop computer to… Read More »