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It builds from the original TL-WN321G by adding support for 256-Bit WEP encryption (instead of just 128-bit) .

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Pros

sturdy construction will last a long time

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doesn't drop off the network under any but the most difficult conditions

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gets a strong signal with a fast connection

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Cons

need to read the instructions to work with it, not completely intuitive

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need to install the software before plugging it in or it won't work right

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sticks out of the side of the laptop, can catch on things

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need to use the drivers from the manufacturer, and support will start to drop off now that it is a few years old

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comes with a cap that needs to be accounted for when the device is in use - easily lost

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The TP-Link TL-WN322G is a 54Mbps, 802.11b/g USB adapter designed for giving notebook and netbook users convenient access to a local WiFi network. It builds from the original TL-WN321G by adding support for 256-Bit WEP encryption (instead of just 128-bit), which means a bit more wireless security. Like its counterpart, it’s intended for Wireless G connectivity, though it’s Wireless B compatible as well. Also featured is auto-sensing capabilities for maximum throughput; Soft AP compatibility for PSP connection support; and support for Ad-Hoc or infrastructure modes.

Features
  • Wireless USB Adapter
  • 802.11G Connectivity
  • 802.11B Backwards Compatibility
  • 54Mbps Max Throughput
  • Supports 256-Bit WEP Encryption
  • Supports Ad-Hoc & Infrastructure
  • Built for Windows
  • Purported Linux Compatibility
  • Internal Antenna
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