Cisco Linksys AE2500 Wi-Fi USB Adapter Review:

This compact chunk of plastic dubs as a dual-band, wireless-N USB adapter for Laptops and desktops alike. In therms of performance, we found the device to have fairly strong reception signals, and quick speeds (close to 300 Mbps).

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Dark says:

cut those fucking nails

klaudia tovar says:

hey please i dont have the drivers, where can i download the drivers???

Team3r net says:

wifislax ?

Prem Kumar says:

Does it change lan connection to Wi-Fi hospot connection to access in mobile

Francois Smit says:

Do not buy, it sucks! Internet isn’t stable with this adapter.

next honok says:

้hey!!! u speak to much ….i not come here for listen u speaking …fuck!!

Simmin Lyfe says:

I have a question. Can it be used on multiple computers, or will it only work on the first device that it was plugged in to? @OSReviews

Blaze Saber says:

Garbage don’t get it I had a Wifi adaptor that cost $8 that worked better then this $40 peace of garbage. the $8 one gave me 3 to 4 bars in my basement bedroom this one struggle to keep 1 bar.

Dope Ass Nuts says:

so you plug this into your computer and you can connect to wifi?

OntarioStorms says:

DO NOT BUY, they often dl lightning fact but have upload issues. Cisco is garbage for usb wireless……Save your money.

julio cesar gallegos Gallegos says:

Hello friend, thanks for share the video, I have a question I need the driver for windows 8.1 could you share with me some link or send me by google drive a copy of your driver…. all the best.

arcaneboy says:

What’s the receiving range though?

UpperRobin29 says:

I need to put ice on this piece of shit to prevent it from overheating and disconnecting. Fuck linksys and fuck cisco.

KEEVVY says:

This or pce ac56?

Shady says:

It’s a trap don’t buy it. It sucks. I got it for 20 dollars and it constantly gets low bars then it’ll get 5 bars then go back to 2.

idan124 says:

good for online gaming without laggish and trash connection interrupts?

Kevin M says:

Had it for a year know…connecting to a Belkin N600 wireless router.  Worked ok on Win XP (about 260-280mbs)
Biggest problem is that it overheats when streaming videos…especially on Youtube.
Opened it up to help keep it cool but eventually overheats anyways.

Switched to Linux a couple months ago…isn’t Linux friendly (like most products) so had to jump trough hoops to get it to connect.  Still freezes up when demand gets too high.  Adding a makeshift heat-sink, connecting it to a usb extension wire to keep it away from computers heat and better airflow helps a little. 

Tyler Todd says:

Do I need a router for it to work or do I download it onto the usb drive and plug it in?


Ok, I thought it was me–it overheats and loses connection frequently, I have to put it in the freezer often

Romgenas says:

WTF Man??? What about data transferring real speed testings??????????

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