Medialink Wireless-N USB Adapter (150 Mbps) – 802.11n, 2.4 GHz – Compatible with Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP

Medialink Wireless-N USB Adapter (150 Mbps) - 802.11n, 2.4 GHz - Compatible with Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XPDescription

Medialink Wireless-N USB Adapter (150 Mbps)Easy Wi-Fi installation for a PC & laptop. Surf the web, file share, Email, stream videos & more at speeds up to 150Mbps. It’s simplistically designed so even novice users have no issue. All of the latest wireless security features are supported to encrypt data & prevent unauthorized use. Backwards compatible with USB 1.0.Product Features- Connects P


  • Wirelessly connects most PC’s and laptops (PC, Mac, Linux) to your existing wireless router, gateway or hotspot at wireless connection speeds of up to 150 Mbps (this adapter does not provide internet service without an existing service plan).
  • Microsoft WHQL certified, to ensure compatibility with Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP (Windows 8 fully compatible & pending certification).
  • Supports all of the latest wireless security features (WEP, WPA/WPA2, IEEE802.1X and 64/128-bit WEP) to encrypt data and protect your network from unauthorized users. For desktop convenience, this adapter comes bundled with a docking station attached to a 3 foot USB extension cable.
  • High Speed USB 2.0 port (works with USB 3.0 ports) is backwards compatible with USB 1.0. Compatible with any brand 802.11g or 802.11n router and supports 20MHz/40MHz frequency bandwidth. Auto-detects network transmission rate, and provides both infrastructure and ad-hoc mode.
  • Simplified installation with an attractive user interface: an included set-up CD quickly auto-detects your operating system and installs the appropriate drivers upon startup. Windows 7 and Windows 8 users have the benefit to plug-and-play with no CD required. Includes a USB docking station with a built-in 3 foot extension cable for desktop convenience.

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Medialink.

Brand: Medialink
UPC: 813077011110
List Price: $65.99.
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3 Responses to “Medialink Wireless-N USB Adapter (150 Mbps) – 802.11n, 2.4 GHz – Compatible with Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Windows Vista / Windows XP”

  1. RSV says:

    I own a computer that utilizes Windows Vista (64 bit) and was not having success installing wireless adapters from two reputable companies. At this point I was ready to cut open walls and run the ethernet cable to my computer. I mentioned the problem to my computer geek cousin and he told me to purchase a medialink wireless adapter as it supports Windows Vista 32 and 64. So I googled the wireless adapter and found that Amazon carried it. So I went to and there it was in the medialink adapter’s product information, compatible with Vista 32 and 64. At $29.99 ( $10.00 cheaper then the previous two adapters), I thought it was worth the risk. I recieved it two days later and proceeded to install the medialink wireless G USB adapter and again no success. At this point I’m ready to punch a hole in the wall out of frustration. I finally decided to contact Mediabridge to convey my dissatisfaction. The phone was picked up after one ring and a customer service person rerouted me to…

  2. Harl Van Deursen "zippernut" says:

    This adapter works like a charm once it’s installed, both on Windows 7 and on Windows XP. (I haven’t tried it with any other operating systems.) I have used three of these on four different computers, and it has worked well in every case.

    The rest of this review deals with only one quirk: if you like to control your own destiny and you use Windows XP, you may want to use Windows Wireless Zero (the built-in wireless management in Windows XP) rather than the provided wireless management client, but the driver and software will not allow you to do so if you do not have that service running when the driver is installed. It doesn’t matter if you want to use the provided wireless manager, but I was disappointed with the fact that the client software (on Windows XP, at least) AUTOMATICALLY connects to an available unencrypted network immediately after installation, which is dangerous, since that network may not be yours and may not be safe. Worse yet, it does not allow you to…

  3. Alan Novitskiy "wrench monkey" says:


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