Category Archives: Wifi adapter reviews

Review: ALFA AWUS052NH Wireless USB Adapter

The Alfa AWUS052NH is a USB WiFi adapter built for long range and can be a big improvement over a built-in laptop wireless card or other WiFi dongles without the long range antennas. It is dual band and used MIMO with speeds at 300Mbps on 2.4 GHz and 867Mpbs on 5 GHz range. This makes it nice for… Read More »

Top Wireless Internet Adapters for PC

Wireless internet adapters for a PC come either as a built-in card or as a external USB adapter.   Built in cards can be beneficial since they are often faster and out of the way.   External USB adapters are easier to setup since they plug into a USB port and there is no need to open up… Read More »

Linksys Introduces MU-MIMO AC USB WiFi Adapter

Linksys has introduced a 802.11ac wireless USB adapter capable of using MU-MIMO (Multi User Multiple In Multiple Out.) This is great news for those who have a MU-MIMO router but have older equipment such as a laptop that is too old to use MU-MIMO. The USB adapter called the Linksys WUSB6100M. It is not the fastest USB adapter… Read More »

Low Cost Cheap Wireless USB Adapters

Wireless USB adapters are useful in a variety of situations, from a broken internal WiFi card to simply needing to add WiFi.   WiFi USB dongles make setting up a internet connection easy and quick.   They come in all sizes from very small to large with big antennas.   But what If you just need a cheap… Read More »

Wireless Receivers for Desktop Computer

Setting up a desktop to receive and send wireless WiFi signals is a easy task with a USB adapter.   There are many to choose from with different protocols, sizes and range.   Wireless-N is the most widely used protocol since it is compatible with most any network old and new.   Wireless-AC is the newest protocol built… Read More »

Wireless-N USB Adapter Reviews 2016

Wireless-N may seem dated with the new Wireless-AC able to move data faster, but Wireless-N has advantages some over 802.11AC.   The firsts advantage is the ability of Wireless-N to work in the 2.4 GHz range.   A signal can carry farther on the 2.4Ghz frequency the 5 GHz.   802.11AC only work in the 5 GHz range.… Read More »