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It’s compatible with Windows PCs and features auto-sensing capabilities for maximum throughput.

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Pros

Excellent price point considering it performs as well as much more expensive adapters.

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100% compatible with Linux systems.

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Includes an extension cable, lessening the chances of the USB dongle itself snapping off by accident.

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Very easy and basic plug & play setup.

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Cons

Much larger than newer competing wireless USB adapters.

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Out of date now since you can get a wireless-N adapter for the same price.

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Gets pretty warm when in use for a while.

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The TP-Link TL-WN321G is a 54Mbps, 802.11b/g USB adapter designed for giving notebook and netbook users convenient access to a local WiFi network. It’s compatible with Windows PCs and features auto-sensing capabilities for maximum throughput, and dynamic range shifting to lower speeds due to distances or operating limitations in an environment with a lot of electromagnetic interferences. Also included is Soft AP compatibility for PSP connection support, 128-bit encryption, and support for Ad-Hoc or infrastructure modes. Though reportedly only Windows compatible, some reviewers report having made their unit work with Linux and Ubuntu operating systems.

Features
  • Wireless USB Adapter
  • 802.11G Connectivity
  • 802.11B Backwards Compatibility
  • 54Mbps Max Throughput
  • Supports 128-Bit WEP Encryption
  • Supports Ad-Hoc & Infrastructure
  • Built for Windows
  • Purported Linux Compatibility
  • Internal Antenna
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