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TP-Link TL-WN727N 150Mbps Wireless USB Adapter by TP-Link
This worked out of the box in Ubuntu 11.04 (Oneiric Ocelot) 64bit (using the 'rt2800usb' driver), and did connect to a 802.11n router, although it did seem a little unreliable but this may be down to the router rather than this device. After disabling 802.11n on the router (so it uses 802.11g/b instead) it seemed much more reliable - don't forget that few broadband connections are fast that 802.11g.

So in all, so long as the 'rt2800usb' driver continues to be maintained in future Linux/Ubuntu versions, this looks like a good choice for desktops or laptops which lack supported WiFi chipsets.
Transcend 8 GB Class 6 microSDHC Flash Memory Card&hellip by Transcend
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
This item on Amazon UK appears to be the cheapest and best place to fast (class 6, which is currently the fastest class), high capacity (8GB; although 16GB is probably the highest capacity at the moment, but we can't get that over here) microSD[HC] card. I'm using this in HTC Dream/T-Mobile G1 for storing both media, and (thanks to the, now under-threat, CyanogenMod custom ROM) apps.
Sony Ericsson HBH-DS200 Bluetooth Stereo Headset by Sony Ericsson
I brought these for use with my cupcake-powered T-Mobile G1 Android phone, and so far they work very well, any problems encountered so far are small, and seem to be small kinks in Android's new AD2P support, rather than headphones themselves.

What is also nice is that, although I have mainly been using the included earphones so far, 'dongle' part of this set allows you to use any headphones, earphones, or even speakers that use a standard 3.5" JACK plug, and the dongle will serve as the microphone when in calls.

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