• Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
  • Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
  • Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
  • Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
  • Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
  • Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux
Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux

Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB 3.0 Adapter, Supports Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Mac and Linux

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  • 11AC Super Fast Wi-Fi speed: next generation AC1750 Wi-Fi for HD streaming and gaming with transfer speeds up to 450Mbps (2. 4GHz) or 1300Mbps (5GHz)
  • Usb 3. 0 interface enables the USB Adapter to achieve the super Fast speeds which 802. 11AC can provide
  • Beam forming technology: with beam forming directional signals support, Wi-Fi performance is dramatically improved with better reliability, range and coverage and less wasted signals
  • High performance with 3T3R MIMO technology: three transmitter antennas and three Receiver antennas MIMO technology for optimized performance
  • Compatible with Windows 7/8/8. 1/10 - Mac OS 10. 710. 13- Linux Kernel 2. 64. 4 (support the distribution by Ubuntu & Fedora, others by request)

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Edimax AC1750 Edimax AC1750 WI-FI adapter. Really impressed with this device, received it this afternoon, had it installed on a Linux box running Mint 18.1 in under 10min, no hiccups, no issues. Went to the vendor web site, downloaded the zip file driver, followed the instructions. Whiles it not as easy as the auto install and auto-run routines of windows, it was as simple as following the instructions in the pdf that was part of the download. Just ran DSL speedtest purely on wi-fi and I'm getting comparable speeds to the net as on my wired connection. I do have one of the newer "fast" routers...Anyway, if you are looking for a wi-wif " "card" this appears to be an excellent choice. Likely I'll buy another one soon for a spare and to see what else happens.Runs on Linux Minit 18.1 , I'm typing this review on wif-fi using this card "in real time". 4Advertised as 1300 Mbps Speeds and is False. Good product, not speeds as advertised.If you're reading this review, you've probably come up against the same or similar concern as I did. The speeds aren't as advertised. They advertise speeds upto 1300 Mbps with 3 spatial streams on wireless AC. Well, I work in the wireless industry and use these devices for surveys, which they work great for the price, but they're not supporting their advertised speeds. If you review the images I've attached, the diagnosis is that this specific model, EW-7833UAC or Edimax AC1750, does not have the capability of 1300 Mbps, but instead it's Max Capability is 975 Mbps. This isn't a driver issue, the last driver from Edimax's support site is rev. 01.0.0.6, Support OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Languages: English, Date: 2017-01-18 (There are other OS versions also with more current dates). Clean install, different devices installed and tested on, different settings on wireless controller and consumer grade wireless equipment which results in the same speeds. If you are looking for the 1300Mbps, out of this model, please look elsewhere. If you are ok with the speeds up to 975 Mbps and the capabilities with certain survey software or unique devices, then this is an excellent choice. It accommodates what I need at this time, but I will test the next iteration of these devices and if they do not support their advertised speeds, immediately send them back for a refund.3Can't hold a connection through the dayWhat a disappointment. The reviews were good on Amazon and elsewhere. I have a Dell XPS desktop that only came with 2.4GHZ capability. We recently increased our Internet speeds, so I wanted to take advantage of it. Installation was easy, but I had to go to Edimax's site to get updated drivers. Windows 10 didn't do it automatically and there's no app that comes with the unit. When this works, it's great ( I can't speak to signal strength since my router is across the room 8 feet away). This thing loses it's connection 2-3 times per day. My usual fix now is to pull it out and stuff it into another USB slot. It's faster than disabling and re-enabling WiFi. I've tried reinstalling the drivers to no avail. Time to buy something that works.1Almost perfect and at a great price WOW! Almost perfect and at a great price. I have run 3 different computers with it and can say that it loads perfectly in: Windows10, and 7 (but I did not test an upgrade from "7" to "10". The supplied install disk worked perfectly and once set up with the security key, each computer worked with the new dongle, or found the original wireless card. I compared wireless AC on 5 gigahertz to the prior speeds. Here's just one computer's comparison: Up and Download speeds: Edimax- 272 and 250; internal wireless card; 48 and 40. I am fortunate to have fiberoptic service rated at 1 gigabyte. My Asus router is in a basement closet 2 floors above one computer tested and 1 floor but about 30 feet horizontally offset from the 2nd computer. So far ... LOVE IT! 5Can't connect to 5.0 GHz ac after about a month and a halfWas difficult to get it to connect to my ac network to begin with but it did work after some troubleshooting. Unfortunately, I have to give this a one star because I can no longer get it to connect to my ac network. No matter what I do. I doubt that it is my router. Mainly because I have a few other devices that are able to connect to the ac network. Lucky for me this issue happened right after my return window closed. I don't recommend it at the price point I bought it at, but at $30, it's worth a shot to see if it works for you.1but I ran multiple tests (by disabling and enabling connections in windows) and they seemed pretty consistent. After being advertised as 450Mbps/1300MbpsI bought the Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB adapter. I have two problems with this product: the speed and the Linux support.Since speed is more relevant to most folks, I'll talk about that first. This card is very rough. After installing drivers on Windows and setting it up, I noticed my downloads had slowed to a crawl, and websites were taking a long time to load. Since I happened to have an ethernet cord that could stretch across my living room to my router, and a Netgear card that I bought at a BestBuy a while back, I figured I'd put them all to the test. Here are my results from Speedtest.net:Wired Ethernet: 50.89 Mbps down, 5.11 Mbps upNetgear card 2.4GHz: 30.03 Mbps down, 5.11 Mbps upNetgear card 5.0GHz: 50.76 Mbps down, 5.04 Mbps upEdimax AC1750 2.4GHz: 1.33 Mbps down, 0.67 Mbps upEdimax AC1750 5.0GHz: 1.70 Mbps down, 5.06 Mbps upSo, in summery, this adapter is roughly 20-25 times slower than my other wifi adapter with download speeds. And this was with the AC1750 plugged into a USB 3.0 port and the Netgear using USB 2.0. Not sure why the upload speeds worked correctly with the 5.0GHz connection, but I ran multiple tests (by disabling and enabling connections in windows) and they seemed pretty consistent. After being advertised as 450Mbps/1300Mbps, the actual result was very underwhelming. If I didn't have the other Wi-Fi adapter, I would have assumed it was my router. But it was definitely this card.Now, onto linux support.I got this adapter because my Netgear card didn't support Linux, and I recently installed Ubuntu 16.04. Seeing "Linux" in the title of the page made me think that this was a good deal and would work for me. It did...eventually. The official drivers only go up kernel version 4.4, which is far below what my fresh install of Ubuntu was using. I was eventually able to find a git repo that was updated recently with good drivers, but it took a lot of digging, a 20ft ethernet cord across my living room, and quite a bit of hair-pulling. Eventually, it was able to work. So that's why I give two stars instead of one, because it did do what I needed to do, albeit poorly and only after a lot of work on my part.2Worst tech support I've EVER encounteredThis product has gotten good reviews for the most part; this is NOT one of them. Installation repeatedly failed, the process locking up during the "Installing Cisco EAP-FAST" phase. That's frustrating, as was the fact the the CD that came with the product was unreadable. As was the fact that the web site leaves a lot to be desired. No, the clincher, the thing that make me wish that we could award negative stars, is that Edimax decided to shut down their tech support for December 23 to January 1...just that time when thousands (tens of thousands?) of buyers would need that support. Arrogant? Clueless? Moronic? How about all three?Guess its down to Best Buy to find something that can actually be installed on a plain Jane Dell XPS.1Issues after coming out of sleep on Windows 10This thing works great until you put Windows 10 to sleep. Super fast speeds when it's working, but every time my system comes out of sleep the device stops working. I've worked in IT for 13+ years so I'm familiar with stuff like this and generally how to configure them. I have disabled any power management settings on the device and in Windows. When the system wakes up, I either have to unplug and plug it back in or disable/enable it in Network Connections. It immediately starts working again, but it's just frustrating that I have to do this. I have the latest drivers from the manufacture's web site. I've tried different USB ports (2.0 and 3.0, on-board and front/top panel).I have an ASRock Z68 Extreme4 motherboard with an Ivy Bridge 3550. Nothing amazing, but nothing exotic...it should work fine with this.3Avoid if you care about speed or Windows 10 compatibilityPlugged into new computer with a clean install of Windows 10. Was detected and worked. However, top speed was around 2Mbps. Other AC1750 devices nearby getting over 200Mbps back to my router. Checked Edimax for new driver. They had one that was newer than the stock Windows driver, but was still a couple years old. Installed that, did a reboot, and now the drivers will not start (error 10). Tried the simple device manager uninstall and reload stock drivers. Tried the Edimax uninstaller. Nothing works - must have overwritten some of the stock driver files or something.I searched around online and see a lot of other people with the same issue - extremely slow speeds, unreliable connection, and drivers getting into a bad state. The issues are much worse if you have Windows 10 anniversary edition (1607) or newer which came out 2016. In one post I saw, Edimax acknowledged the issue and said a fix was on the way. That post was over a year old.Throwing this away and buying something more reliable.1Can't connect to 5GHz channel 49 or higher...I bought this to use on my MSI GE62VR gaming laptop, the internal Intel WiFi was only capable of 867Mb link. Perfectly fine for gaming but not so much for the huge 20+GB files I move around my home network. So I bought this adapter and am now able to connect at 1.3Gb (aka 1300Mb). Why three stars though? Because it can only connect to 5GHz networks at or below channel 48. Any channel above that it can't see the network in Windows 10 or Ubuntu 18.04 and manually forcing it to try to connect it just gives a failed to connect error message. Everything else in my house (two Google Home Mini, a Google Home, a Pixel XL phone, a Pixel 2 XL phone, a nVidia Shield TV, three laptops with Intel WiFi) can all connect to my home network but this adapter can't unless it is channel 48 or less.So I've had to adjust my router down to channel 48 but all the channels 48 and under have a ton of other WiFi networks on them (I'm in an apartment complex with ~10 neighbors in typical wifi range) which slows down my home wifi, thus taking away from the benefit of having this faster wifi adapter.Hopefully a firmware update is released that fixes this issue, because it works great otherwise.3Works well for 1.5 yearsI've been an Edimax customer for years, having bought at least a half dozen of their adapters. Unfortunately after EXTENDED (think 24/7) use over the span of years, their products (7833UAC, 7822UAC) start getting signal drops and get to the point where you can't count on the 5GHz radio working anymore, meaning you can only connect to your wireless router's slower 2.4GHz band. Before the 5GHz radio starts to die, it works extremely well, so it may just be that one can't expect more from a USB network adapter. Their support doesn't really acknowledge this happens, but it does. At least the warranty is 2 years, but unless you use it enough you may not find that yours fails in time to get replaced under warranty.4I wouldn't buy this, but it's up to you.This device is terrible. I'm glad it worked for others, but for me it connected and my speeds were horrific. It doesn't have the ability to lock onto the strongest signal, hence not Roaming Aggressiveness settings. What's the use in having 2 bands? By the specs one would think this is a great device, but my experience was not that. Tech support was also sub-par. They couldn't answer my questions, which were simple. Instead they had to contact Taiwan, so I had to wait 24 hours to hear back from them. At least they did do that well.1
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Description
  • 11AC Super Fast Wi-Fi speed: next generation AC1750 Wi-Fi for HD streaming and gaming with transfer speeds up to 450Mbps (2. 4GHz) or 1300Mbps (5GHz)
  • Usb 3. 0 interface enables the USB Adapter to achieve the super Fast speeds which 802. 11AC can provide
  • Beam forming technology: with beam forming directional signals support, Wi-Fi performance is dramatically improved with better reliability, range and coverage and less wasted signals
  • High performance with 3T3R MIMO technology: three transmitter antennas and three Receiver antennas MIMO technology for optimized performance
  • Compatible with Windows 7/8/8. 1/10 - Mac OS 10. 710. 13- Linux Kernel 2. 64. 4 (support the distribution by Ubuntu & Fedora, others by request)
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Edimax AC1750 Edimax AC1750 WI-FI adapter. Really impressed with this device, received it this afternoon, had it installed on a Linux box running Mint 18.1 in under 10min, no hiccups, no issues. Went to the vendor web site, downloaded the zip file driver, followed the instructions. Whiles it not as easy as the auto install and auto-run routines of windows, it was as simple as following the instructions in the pdf that was part of the download. Just ran DSL speedtest purely on wi-fi and I'm getting comparable speeds to the net as on my wired connection. I do have one of the newer "fast" routers...Anyway, if you are looking for a wi-wif " "card" this appears to be an excellent choice. Likely I'll buy another one soon for a spare and to see what else happens.Runs on Linux Minit 18.1 , I'm typing this review on wif-fi using this card "in real time". 4Advertised as 1300 Mbps Speeds and is False. Good product, not speeds as advertised.If you're reading this review, you've probably come up against the same or similar concern as I did. The speeds aren't as advertised. They advertise speeds upto 1300 Mbps with 3 spatial streams on wireless AC. Well, I work in the wireless industry and use these devices for surveys, which they work great for the price, but they're not supporting their advertised speeds. If you review the images I've attached, the diagnosis is that this specific model, EW-7833UAC or Edimax AC1750, does not have the capability of 1300 Mbps, but instead it's Max Capability is 975 Mbps. This isn't a driver issue, the last driver from Edimax's support site is rev. 01.0.0.6, Support OS: Windows 7/8/8.1/10, Languages: English, Date: 2017-01-18 (There are other OS versions also with more current dates). Clean install, different devices installed and tested on, different settings on wireless controller and consumer grade wireless equipment which results in the same speeds. If you are looking for the 1300Mbps, out of this model, please look elsewhere. If you are ok with the speeds up to 975 Mbps and the capabilities with certain survey software or unique devices, then this is an excellent choice. It accommodates what I need at this time, but I will test the next iteration of these devices and if they do not support their advertised speeds, immediately send them back for a refund.3Can't hold a connection through the dayWhat a disappointment. The reviews were good on Amazon and elsewhere. I have a Dell XPS desktop that only came with 2.4GHZ capability. We recently increased our Internet speeds, so I wanted to take advantage of it. Installation was easy, but I had to go to Edimax's site to get updated drivers. Windows 10 didn't do it automatically and there's no app that comes with the unit. When this works, it's great ( I can't speak to signal strength since my router is across the room 8 feet away). This thing loses it's connection 2-3 times per day. My usual fix now is to pull it out and stuff it into another USB slot. It's faster than disabling and re-enabling WiFi. I've tried reinstalling the drivers to no avail. Time to buy something that works.1Almost perfect and at a great price WOW! Almost perfect and at a great price. I have run 3 different computers with it and can say that it loads perfectly in: Windows10, and 7 (but I did not test an upgrade from "7" to "10". The supplied install disk worked perfectly and once set up with the security key, each computer worked with the new dongle, or found the original wireless card. I compared wireless AC on 5 gigahertz to the prior speeds. Here's just one computer's comparison: Up and Download speeds: Edimax- 272 and 250; internal wireless card; 48 and 40. I am fortunate to have fiberoptic service rated at 1 gigabyte. My Asus router is in a basement closet 2 floors above one computer tested and 1 floor but about 30 feet horizontally offset from the 2nd computer. So far ... LOVE IT! 5Can't connect to 5.0 GHz ac after about a month and a halfWas difficult to get it to connect to my ac network to begin with but it did work after some troubleshooting. Unfortunately, I have to give this a one star because I can no longer get it to connect to my ac network. No matter what I do. I doubt that it is my router. Mainly because I have a few other devices that are able to connect to the ac network. Lucky for me this issue happened right after my return window closed. I don't recommend it at the price point I bought it at, but at $30, it's worth a shot to see if it works for you.1but I ran multiple tests (by disabling and enabling connections in windows) and they seemed pretty consistent. After being advertised as 450Mbps/1300MbpsI bought the Edimax EW-7833UAC AC1750 Dual-Band Wi-Fi USB adapter. I have two problems with this product: the speed and the Linux support.Since speed is more relevant to most folks, I'll talk about that first. This card is very rough. After installing drivers on Windows and setting it up, I noticed my downloads had slowed to a crawl, and websites were taking a long time to load. Since I happened to have an ethernet cord that could stretch across my living room to my router, and a Netgear card that I bought at a BestBuy a while back, I figured I'd put them all to the test. Here are my results from Speedtest.net:Wired Ethernet: 50.89 Mbps down, 5.11 Mbps upNetgear card 2.4GHz: 30.03 Mbps down, 5.11 Mbps upNetgear card 5.0GHz: 50.76 Mbps down, 5.04 Mbps upEdimax AC1750 2.4GHz: 1.33 Mbps down, 0.67 Mbps upEdimax AC1750 5.0GHz: 1.70 Mbps down, 5.06 Mbps upSo, in summery, this adapter is roughly 20-25 times slower than my other wifi adapter with download speeds. And this was with the AC1750 plugged into a USB 3.0 port and the Netgear using USB 2.0. Not sure why the upload speeds worked correctly with the 5.0GHz connection, but I ran multiple tests (by disabling and enabling connections in windows) and they seemed pretty consistent. After being advertised as 450Mbps/1300Mbps, the actual result was very underwhelming. If I didn't have the other Wi-Fi adapter, I would have assumed it was my router. But it was definitely this card.Now, onto linux support.I got this adapter because my Netgear card didn't support Linux, and I recently installed Ubuntu 16.04. Seeing "Linux" in the title of the page made me think that this was a good deal and would work for me. It did...eventually. The official drivers only go up kernel version 4.4, which is far below what my fresh install of Ubuntu was using. I was eventually able to find a git repo that was updated recently with good drivers, but it took a lot of digging, a 20ft ethernet cord across my living room, and quite a bit of hair-pulling. Eventually, it was able to work. So that's why I give two stars instead of one, because it did do what I needed to do, albeit poorly and only after a lot of work on my part.2Worst tech support I've EVER encounteredThis product has gotten good reviews for the most part; this is NOT one of them. Installation repeatedly failed, the process locking up during the "Installing Cisco EAP-FAST" phase. That's frustrating, as was the fact the the CD that came with the product was unreadable. As was the fact that the web site leaves a lot to be desired. No, the clincher, the thing that make me wish that we could award negative stars, is that Edimax decided to shut down their tech support for December 23 to January 1...just that time when thousands (tens of thousands?) of buyers would need that support. Arrogant? Clueless? Moronic? How about all three?Guess its down to Best Buy to find something that can actually be installed on a plain Jane Dell XPS.1Issues after coming out of sleep on Windows 10This thing works great until you put Windows 10 to sleep. Super fast speeds when it's working, but every time my system comes out of sleep the device stops working. I've worked in IT for 13+ years so I'm familiar with stuff like this and generally how to configure them. I have disabled any power management settings on the device and in Windows. When the system wakes up, I either have to unplug and plug it back in or disable/enable it in Network Connections. It immediately starts working again, but it's just frustrating that I have to do this. I have the latest drivers from the manufacture's web site. I've tried different USB ports (2.0 and 3.0, on-board and front/top panel).I have an ASRock Z68 Extreme4 motherboard with an Ivy Bridge 3550. Nothing amazing, but nothing exotic...it should work fine with this.3Avoid if you care about speed or Windows 10 compatibilityPlugged into new computer with a clean install of Windows 10. Was detected and worked. However, top speed was around 2Mbps. Other AC1750 devices nearby getting over 200Mbps back to my router. Checked Edimax for new driver. They had one that was newer than the stock Windows driver, but was still a couple years old. Installed that, did a reboot, and now the drivers will not start (error 10). Tried the simple device manager uninstall and reload stock drivers. Tried the Edimax uninstaller. Nothing works - must have overwritten some of the stock driver files or something.I searched around online and see a lot of other people with the same issue - extremely slow speeds, unreliable connection, and drivers getting into a bad state. The issues are much worse if you have Windows 10 anniversary edition (1607) or newer which came out 2016. In one post I saw, Edimax acknowledged the issue and said a fix was on the way. That post was over a year old.Throwing this away and buying something more reliable.1Can't connect to 5GHz channel 49 or higher...I bought this to use on my MSI GE62VR gaming laptop, the internal Intel WiFi was only capable of 867Mb link. Perfectly fine for gaming but not so much for the huge 20+GB files I move around my home network. So I bought this adapter and am now able to connect at 1.3Gb (aka 1300Mb). Why three stars though? Because it can only connect to 5GHz networks at or below channel 48. Any channel above that it can't see the network in Windows 10 or Ubuntu 18.04 and manually forcing it to try to connect it just gives a failed to connect error message. Everything else in my house (two Google Home Mini, a Google Home, a Pixel XL phone, a Pixel 2 XL phone, a nVidia Shield TV, three laptops with Intel WiFi) can all connect to my home network but this adapter can't unless it is channel 48 or less.So I've had to adjust my router down to channel 48 but all the channels 48 and under have a ton of other WiFi networks on them (I'm in an apartment complex with ~10 neighbors in typical wifi range) which slows down my home wifi, thus taking away from the benefit of having this faster wifi adapter.Hopefully a firmware update is released that fixes this issue, because it works great otherwise.3Works well for 1.5 yearsI've been an Edimax customer for years, having bought at least a half dozen of their adapters. Unfortunately after EXTENDED (think 24/7) use over the span of years, their products (7833UAC, 7822UAC) start getting signal drops and get to the point where you can't count on the 5GHz radio working anymore, meaning you can only connect to your wireless router's slower 2.4GHz band. Before the 5GHz radio starts to die, it works extremely well, so it may just be that one can't expect more from a USB network adapter. Their support doesn't really acknowledge this happens, but it does. At least the warranty is 2 years, but unless you use it enough you may not find that yours fails in time to get replaced under warranty.4I wouldn't buy this, but it's up to you.This device is terrible. I'm glad it worked for others, but for me it connected and my speeds were horrific. It doesn't have the ability to lock onto the strongest signal, hence not Roaming Aggressiveness settings. What's the use in having 2 bands? By the specs one would think this is a great device, but my experience was not that. Tech support was also sub-par. They couldn't answer my questions, which were simple. Instead they had to contact Taiwan, so I had to wait 24 hours to hear back from them. At least they did do that well.1
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