NETGEAR A6210-100PES AC1200 802.11ac Dual Band (300/867 Mbps) High Gain Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter £19.99 Prime / £24.48 Non Prime @ Amazon
239°

NETGEAR A6210-100PES AC1200 802.11ac Dual Band (300/867 Mbps) High Gain Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter £19.99 Prime / £24.48 Non Prime @ Amazon

£19.99£29.9933%Amazon Deals
4
Found 28th Dec 2018
Upgrade your legacy PC to better range and performance with 802.11ac - up to 1200 Mbps
Faster access with USB 3.0; compatible with USB 2.0
High gain antennas for improved performance
Works with 802.11 a/b/g/n and AC devices
Beamforming+ technology boosts speed, range and reliability
Desktop dock for flexible placement
Push nN Connect - secured connection at the push of a button
Easy NETGEAR Genie setup
Community Updates

Groups

4 Comments
Be warned as many of the reviews say, and as is my personal experience
This is an absolute pain to get working with Windows 10. It is impossible to get drivers working well with it that give it a good constant connection. So much so I just went back to my old adapter.
WalkableBuffalo4 h, 28 m ago

Be warned as many of the reviews say, and as is my personal experienceThis …Be warned as many of the reviews say, and as is my personal experienceThis is an absolute pain to get working with Windows 10. It is impossible to get drivers working well with it that give it a good constant connection. So much so I just went back to my old adapter.


I have the older hardware revision and it has been the most reliable and highest performing USB AC WiFi adapter I have ever used, let Windows 10 install the drivers itself.

I think the current hardware revision is the one with the problems, you should let Windows 10 install the drivers itself, don't use the Netgear ones. If you are going to install drivers, use the Mediatek RT2870 ones.

I get local FTP transfer speeds of 80MB/s using this. For 20 quid, and if you have an AC router, it's worth a punt for the newer hardware revision.
Edited by: "Chuggee" 29th Dec 2018
Will it work with Mac? I mean does it provide drivers or work out of the box?
Chuggee12 h, 33 m ago

I have the older hardware revision and it has been the most reliable and …I have the older hardware revision and it has been the most reliable and highest performing USB AC WiFi adapter I have ever used, let Windows 10 install the drivers itself.I think the current hardware revision is the one with the problems, you should let Windows 10 install the drivers itself, don't use the Netgear ones. If you are going to install drivers, use the Mediatek RT2870 ones.I get local FTP transfer speeds of 80MB/s using this. For 20 quid, and if you have an AC router, it's worth a punt for the newer hardware revision.


I tried for a good while, and I do generally know what I'm doing.
But maybe give it a stab again some time.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text