TP-LINK Archer T4U - AC1200 Dual Band USB Wireless Adapter £14.97 @ Currys/Pcworld
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TP-LINK Archer T4U - AC1200 Dual Band USB Wireless Adapter £14.97 @ Currys/Pcworld

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Found 23rd Jan 2016
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Dual band for combined wireless speeds up to 600 Mbps at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz concurrently
USB port allows you to easily share printers, files or media locally or over the Internet
WDS wireless bridge provides seamless bridging to expand the wireless network
Built-in media server allows users to share music, video and photos
Guest network access provides secure Wi-Fi access for guests sharing your home or office network
Three years warranty
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Where did u copy the description from?
I have had this for 6 months and just recently it has been dropping connection a lot. Not sure if it is related to this device or it could be the TP-Link router I have. Personally my next devices will not be TP-Link as I've had one too many bad experiences with them.
grandoldchap

Where did u copy the description from?


Amazon It's where i first looked at this.
Mauley

I have had this for 6 months and just recently it has been dropping … I have had this for 6 months and just recently it has been dropping connection a lot. Not sure if it is related to this device or it could be the TP-Link router I have. Personally my next devices will not be TP-Link as I've had one too many bad experiences with them.


My router seems to be dropping a lot, but I thought maybe it was Plusnet.
I have only had bad experiences with this product and Windows 10. You have to email them for the drivers as they are not uploaded on the website. I had constant internet drops. Good price it it works with other operating systems.
I've had this with Windows 10 for months without any issues personally
Been using this for a year plus on Windows 7.its been great.
Any input on whether this will work with Linux (without faffing around!) would be much appreciated.
jb66

Same Price @ Amazon … Same Price @ Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/TP-LINK-T4U-Wireless-Extension-Deployment/dp/B00D0AF3TA/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1453577098&sr=8-1&keywords=TP-LINK+Archer+T4U


That was £18.48 on there earlier, they must of had their spotters on here voting cold! and then matching the price soon as I posted it.

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Edited by: "Looking4Glitches" 23rd Jan 2016
I have the similar model tp-link external adaptor that has two small arials. It consistently maxes out my connection from a part of the house that is usually quite poor with general WiFi.
Edited by: "stsonic" 23rd Jan 2016
Mauley

I have had this for 6 months and just recently it has been dropping … I have had this for 6 months and just recently it has been dropping connection a lot. Not sure if it is related to this device or it could be the TP-Link router I have. Personally my next devices will not be TP-Link as I've had one too many bad experiences with them.



If it's a recent thing, it's more likely it's something that's changed. The most common culprit by far is more wifi networks in your area, or people upping the power transmission on their routers.

You can check through using one of many free apps on your smartphone.
Just about to post it !! Bought one installed Win7 64bit no problem, running 5ghz next door speed varies about 150mbps pretty poor tbh, but good price and yes it does come with an USB 3.0 extension cable !
Will this work on xbox 360 as i get issues on built in 2.4 GHZ connection as everything else in the house is on the 5 GHZ
mitsiman

Will this work on xbox 360 as i get issues on built in 2.4 GHZ … Will this work on xbox 360 as i get issues on built in 2.4 GHZ connection as everything else in the house is on the 5 GHZ



No it won't, you can share a PC/laptops internet if it has WiFi plus a LAN port though.
WillieGophar

Any input on whether this will work with Linux (without faffing around!) … Any input on whether this will work with Linux (without faffing around!) would be much appreciated.



There is a driver on github that works OK. Needs reinstalling if the kernel is updated:

abperiasamy/rtl8812AU_8821AU_linux
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