Connects laptops and PCs to Wireless N networks via USB Speeds up to 150Mbps for lag-free video streaming and Internet calls Miniature, plug-and-forget design Quick setup with included CD WPA/WPA2 encryption for advanced security Supports Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/Linux(kernel 2.6.18-3.19.3)/Mac OS X 10.7-10.11 Compatible with 802.11b/g/n products Industry-leading 2-year warranty and unlimited 24/7 technical support View Larger Miniature Design – Plug in and Forget With its miniature size and sleek design, you can connect the nano adapter to the USB port of your computer and leave it there, similar to how you use a wireless mouse. There's no need to worry about blocking adjacent USB ports or that the adapter may fall out when moving the connected computer. 150Mbps Wireless N Speed The TL-WN725N complies with wireless 802.11 b/g/n standards and transmits data at up to 150Mbps. It supports WEP, WPA/WPA2, and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK encryptions. Easy Setup If your computer's operating system doesn't install the driver of the TL-WN725N automatically after plug-in, you just need to install the driver from the bundled CD or from TP-LINK's website. After the driver is installed, you can use the built-in wireless utility in your operating system to connect to a wireless network. If you want to use advanced features of the adapter such as Soft AP, you can install the TP-LINK utility to access those functions. Create a Hotspot with the SoftAP Feature Whenever there is only wired Internet connection, you can activate the SoftAP function of the TL-WN725N after installing the bundled utility software, and create a Wi-Fi hotspot for mobile devices. This feature is useful when travelling to places where there is only one cable for Internet and mutiple people have to use the Internet. Other Features Support USB 2.0 What's in the Box Wireless Adapter TL-WN725N Resource CD Quick Installation Guide TP-LINK USB Wireless Adapter Series
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The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments This was supposed to work out of the box with my Raspberry PI, but by the time I ordered TP Link had changed the chipset. They kept the model number the same (and my adapter has the same chip that is in V2, but doesn't even say V2). Although you can get a rtl8188eu driver off of github, it adds work and is not yet stable in my experience. There is a company called Pluggable which..