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Wireless Network Adapter

Netgear - A6210-100PAS USB 3.0 802.11a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi Adapter

( 4.6 Average / 15 Ratings )




Part #

(or) A6210-10000S


USB 3.0




High Gain Antenna


Upgrade your legacy PC to ultimate 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 ’N’ Connect – secured connection at the push of a button
Easy NETGEAR genie? setup

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


johnny8557 19 points 37 months ago
from completed build The Red Menace! version 2

works great,ill have this hardwired up,but depending on how I choose to set up my new layout in the room its working good and I might just stick with using this as I cant tell a difference.

fieldsy4life 13 points 36 months ago
from completed build Dell XPS 8700 980 Ti Upgrade

Easy setup and picks up my 5ghz network a floor below the router. Have not been disconnected once yet. Pricey for what it is, but anything with USB 3.0 is pricey these days.

taz-the-donkey 4 points 35 months ago
from completed build My first gaming PC

i have very mixed opinions here. on one hand you have high performance and extremely high mbps, but on the other hand you have bad customer service, driver issues, and sometimes it just wont work without any reason. it still runs great and can get higher speeds than my service provider can dish out. (bout 117 mbps)

Billyharris123 19 points 33 months ago
from completed build Joining The Master Race

Originally had an internal WiFi adapter but it was DOA so I went to Best Buy and purchased this. It works great. Currently getting about 250 mb/s.

mr_bullets 14 points 32 months ago
from completed build Ascension

I have downloaded many large games with this, and also my wired connection. TBH, the wired is only slightly faster by about 1 Mbs. I originally got a Gigabyte internal one that was defective, so I RMA'd it and impatiently went to BestBuy and purchased this. I am not disappointed in it at all.

Bowandaro 1 point 28 months ago
from completed build Blue Bessie

I thought it was overpriced till I brought it home and actually plugged it in. I wasn't expecting such good performance from a USB wifi adapter.

johnny8557 10 points 23 months ago
from completed build RED MENACE 2.1(CUSTOM LOOP)

don't use this,its getting outdated,but does the job if trying to save cash

aorick 7 points 19 months ago
from completed build My first multi media/gaming beast

Could be a system issue but upon booting up it needs to be unplugged and re plugged in or else the system doesn't recognize device.

ilovepcs10 12 points 18 months ago
from completed build Zenzos: A Midrange Masterpiece

I used this for a while until I went back to school where my room actually has a ethernet outlet. It is actually surprisingly fast for not being ethernet.

bdaydog 3 points 16 months ago
from completed build Not half bad

Worth it. Until I get ethernet back in my basement, this is picking up wifi signal form upstair better than the TP-link I had inside my case. Have had one or two disconnects on the non-5G network but works great with 5Ghz. Ping sits around 7 usually. (Servers are nearby). Dowloads speeds are pretty close to ethernet.