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ASUS USB-N13 Wireless-N USB Adapter with Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates - IEEE 802.11b/g/n USB 2.0 Review




Revainrating 3.5 out of 5  
📺 Television Accessories, 📺 Television & Video

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Hardware InterfaceUSB 2.0
Operating SystemLinux, Windows XP, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.3 Panther, Windows 2000
Item Dimensions LxWxH0.87 x 2.76 x 0.4 inches
Data Link Protocol802_11_BGN
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Description of ASUS USB-N13 Wireless-N USB Adapter with Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates - IEEE 802.11b/g/n USB 2.0

Enhanced Wireless Connectivity for Television Accessories

Upgrade your television accessories with the ASUS (USB-N13) Wireless-N USB Adapter. This powerful device offers secure and excellent connectivity, providing data rates of up to 300Mbps. With its support for IEEE 802.11b/g/n standards, this USB adapter ensures a reliable wireless connection for your TV, enhancing your entertainment experience. Whether you're streaming movies, playing online games, or browsing the web, this adapter delivers a seamless and uninterrupted connection.

Wide Compatibility and Versatile Sharing

With the ASUS (USB-N13...


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Revainrating 5 out of 5

Wonderful quality, one hundred percent satisfied!

Bought for an old hospital. Connected, installed firewood from the disk (the OS on the system unit is WinXP). The flight is normal. Later I will put the Seven - maybe I'll change my mind. PS: Put a seven. Installed the software from the disk. The flight is normal. The score remains valid.

Lost connection initially. In the end, he began to heat up, turn off every minute, and died completely. Under warranty repair. Terrible annoying driver interface: the window hangs in the middle of the screen when the system boots, you have to close it every time. At least I haven't found a way to turn it off.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I am delighted, the product is really worthy.

The connection is established immediately during the loading of the desktop, before it was a pci-adapter on the same computer, it first waited for everything else to fully load. Exceeds expectations, a pleasure to work with. With its pros: - stable speed of 9.5 megabytes in both directions, provider 100 Mbps - no falls - compact, handy, portable adapter Has cons: win7 set up his firewood, the speed was 54 Mbps, at the office. the site has relatives, the connection speed has increased to…

Revainrating 1 out of 5

A terrible product, not satisfied with the purchase at all!

never buy a b1 revision, the quality of work is disgusting, the speed cuts from the declared 300 to 48-54, the drivers from the asus off site do not help, the drivers from the realtek off site also do not give results, personally tested on two copies of this miracle of engineering. As you use it, something falls off inside. Feel free to throw it in the trash.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Not a bad purchase, worth the money.

Bought to connect Raspberry Pi wirelessly to my home network. I installed the firmware package, registered the point parameters in the config, raised the network interface. For a USB adapter, the over-the-air speed provides pretty good.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

A high-quality product, the price corresponds to the quality.

Installation under win7/64 went well, with downloaded firewood from the official site . Aspx? P_ID=UI3ejenXyxqQTIcJ&templete=2. In general, the purchase is very satisfied. Its pros: - High download speed, in programs such as DC and Utorrent (from 6 to 10 megabytes / sec) I use it in conjunction with an ASUS RT-N16 access point. - does not heat up - implementation of the "Access Point" mode Its cons: I would like the size of the device to be at the level of ASUS USB-N10 (30x9x17mm), although…

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Good product, more pros than cons.

I bought it a little less than a month ago (revision B1, Realtek chip, win7 x64), having suffered with D-link DWA-125 B1. The connection quality is high, the main thing is to set the router to the most free 1, 11 or 6 channels. Has pros: A decent download speed (up to 4 Mb / s = 32 Mb / s) with a nominal channel of 50 Mb / s). Also, high outgoing speed (sometimes even exceeds the download speed). Good reception for a device with an internal antenna. Included is a short extension cord that is

Revainrating 5 out of 5

The best thing I've ever used, I recommend it to everyone!

I put it in and forgot, everything that is necessary for happiness)) The signal is chic without firewood for wines 8 and 8.1, according to the reviews of my relatives I didn’t set it) For my money it’s just perfect, I bought it on force ru - the cheapest and normal in quality store that I found. Pros: I bought it today, on win 8.1 or wine 8 - inserted and scored: D I didn’t even install firewood)) Without firewood 150 Mbit / s, I’ll download firewood and finally ignite it. It catches perfectly…

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Best I have ever used, great product for anyone!

Actually, the adapter was taken mainly to work as a software access point . Looking ahead, I coped with this task 100% I was unpleasantly surprised by the native proprietary utility at the level of the course work of a 2nd year student-programmer. In SoftAP mode, I did not find where to look at MAC's of connected clients. With the help of the command line, everything started, it works armor-piercingly stable, the speed within the room shows 270 Mbps (the actual file transfer speed is 8.5-9…

  • - compact - support 8022022n up to 300 Mbit - good range (power 18 dBm=63 mW)
  • - wretched native utility - to run N mode I had to edit the registry

Revainrating 2 out of 5

No joy in buying the product, it's not good.

And now the details: This device was originally bought as a software access point. Unpleasantly surprised by the utility from ASUS written by a student on his knee with beer. Under Win7x86 this creation refused to work normally. We tried both different versions of drivers (native and including from the creator of the Ralink chip) and another version of this utility. Thecommpatibility mode with WinXP was tried - also zero results (the name of the AP flew several times a minute). Under Win7x86…

  • Price
  • Native software and non-native too.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

I recommend to buy, the product is of high quality.

Blue screen of death a few seconds after inserting into the USB port. Apparently right after the system automatically selected drivers. It was even impossible to have time to do anything. It turned out that the blue screen does not appear in protected mode. But there is no internet either. Then I first downloaded the driver in normal mode from the ASUS website. Went into protected mode. F8 key after reboot. Installed by force from the downloaded drivers. (Device manager -> ate driver. ->…

  • It turned out to solve the problems that were associated with it. And it's nice.
  • The original blue screen of death. But it's good that this problem was solved.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

Good product, more pros than cons.

There are no problems at all on windows, I inserted the USB, inserted the disk and installed the drivers. Everything will work, but if you put it on UBUNTU, problems may arise. I figured it out myself for a long time, if you suddenly encounter the same problem:

  • Quite cheerfully works with 4G from a megaphone, compact, can be used in an AP station, price
  • There is only one drawback and then when working with Linux - Ubuntu.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

I didnt expect the quality to be so high.

Windows XP, Windows 7 (both x64 and x32 editions), and Windows 10 all support it very well (x64). Since Mac OS 10.6.8, it also functions properly with Hackintosh OS X 10.7.5 and later versions; however, there was no lower version available to test. Various advantages: It has been functioning properly for three to four years now. There was a problem when the wireless internet connection failed. time capsule's firmware and adapter driver were updated. ceased to lose their footing. The pace is…

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The product is really good, Im glad I bought it.

A useful piece of hardware, but the software and drivers that come with the package are completely useless because they have frequent bugs and cause Windows's Wi-Fi settings to malfunction. You need to obtain the drivers for the device from the website of the chipset manufacturer on which it works in order for it to function properly, and you can do that by clicking here. Ralink RT2870 is what you see here. There are drivers available for both Windows XP and Windows 7, as well as 64-bit…

  • - Download speeds of up to 300 Mbps - Stable and reliable signal strength - This "cable" comes with a convenient bend already built in
  • - The software that is included with the package is extremely unstable, and it will cause a conflict with the Wi-Fi setup program that is included with Windows.

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The right product for me, the price suited me.

Installed while using Windows 7, with only the driver being installed from the disk itself. The provided disk has already been formatted to work with Windows 8-10. If you need to use the access point mode in Windows XP or 7, you will need to download a utility from the office website. This utility will also contain drivers, and you will be required to install them on top of the drivers that are already present on your computer. The tool gives you the ability to manage the adapter mode as well…

  • Simple to put in place
  • The nearby USB connector is concealed by the large size. The package (version B1) does not come with a USB extension cable any longer.

Revainrating 1 out of 5

The product is no good, I won't buy it again.

The item was acquired specifically for use as a wireless access point for an Android phone. I've been dealing with it for about a week, and despite my best efforts, I still haven't been successful in getting it to work in soft ap mode. drivers and programs sourced from Asus and Ralink have been installed. The first and the second person both missed seeing the device. In spite of the fact that the system detected it, it was unable to activate it. Asus'a managed to get the program to "rise" after

  • I was in agony for a whole week since I couldn't find a single one.
  • The software and drivers are both of a poor quality.

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Beyond praise! The product definitely deserves your attention.

I wanted to be able to share my ADSL modem at home and surf the Internet through a beech, so I had to get an adapter that could both receive (for stationary PCs) and serve as an access point. I sat here in front of my computer for a whole four hours reading articles and critiques on various models! I decided to go with this one! The price was $750, and it came with a warranty for one year. It was a gift for the reception I hosted. I was able to successfully connect the device to the computer…

  • Lightweight. The assembly works well, and it picks up the signal effectively. The software is intuitive and simple to operate. The package comes with a short extension cord, which will prove to be quite useful.
  • There is not even one! Unless you are going to use it as WI-FI in laptops - the size is very large like a flash drive, and it will simply be easy to break if you try to use it in that capacity. To accomplish these goals, I recommend getting on the N10 highway.

Revainrating 3 out of 5

I expected more from the purchase, but not the worst option.

I am unable to comment on the state of affairs regarding alternative device drivers; however, I would advise you to only buy this one if you already have some experience in the field of networking. It is recommended that you look into other possibilities if you are interested in purchasing a product whose description includes the phrase "I plugged it in, pressed the 'next' button, and it all worked." Different pros: Concerning the hardware, nobody has any issues with the device: the signal is…