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Not officially : https://www.asus.com/uk/Networking/USBAC53/specifications/
There's also no drivers on their site for it.

By Matthew Roberts on 02 January 2016
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Hi Vijay.
This worked for me (late 2011 MBP running OS X 10.9.4). I went to the Asus website for the Mac driver, then went through the Support link. The supported version list stops at 10.8 but it worked anyway. Unzip the download and you should get a bunch of other zip files. Unzip the one for OS X 10.8 and run the … see more
Hi Vijay.
This worked for me (late 2011 MBP running OS X 10.9.4). I went to the Asus website for the Mac driver, then went through the Support link. The supported version list stops at 10.8 but it worked anyway. Unzip the download and you should get a bunch of other zip files. Unzip the one for OS X 10.8 and run the package installer. You end up with an app through which you can configure the adapter for your network. It doesn't interact with the wireless icon in your Mac's menu bar. Occasionally, it stops responding, at which point, I rip it out and plug it back in again. Overall, it's decidedly less slick than the onboard wi-fi but, when this dies as mine did, it's a lot cheaper than sending it in for a service.
Hope this helps. Good luck. see less
Hi Vijay.
This worked for me (late 2011 MBP running OS X 10.9.4). I went to the Asus website for the Mac driver, then went through the Support link. The supported version list stops at 10.8 but it worked anyway. Unzip the download and you should get a bunch of other zip files. Unzip the one for OS X 10.8 and run the package installer. You end up with an app through which you can configure the adapter for your network. It doesn't interact with the wireless icon in your Mac's menu bar. Occasionally, it stops responding, at which point, I rip it out and plug it back in again. Overall, it's decidedly less slick than the onboard wi-fi but, when this dies as mine did, it's a lot cheaper than sending it in for a service.
Hope this helps. Good luck.

By Iain W. on 07 October 2014
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My experience with this device was generally rather negative. Possibly it might have been faulty but it never worked well and the indications were that it was faulty (I used to be an electronics engineer). I haven't bought any recent wi fi devices but one I have found consistently reliable but slower by modern standard… see more My experience with this device was generally rather negative. Possibly it might have been faulty but it never worked well and the indications were that it was faulty (I used to be an electronics engineer). I haven't bought any recent wi fi devices but one I have found consistently reliable but slower by modern standards is the Netgear WG111v3. In general even though slow by today's standards it is actually still faster than most internet connections anyway. see less My experience with this device was generally rather negative. Possibly it might have been faulty but it never worked well and the indications were that it was faulty (I used to be an electronics engineer). I haven't bought any recent wi fi devices but one I have found consistently reliable but slower by modern standards is the Netgear WG111v3. In general even though slow by today's standards it is actually still faster than most internet connections anyway.
By D. J. Parsons on 19 January 2016
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Sorry, I don't know the answer to your question but suggest contacting Asus support on their freephone number 0800 652 5088.
By EJH on 24 September 2014
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Don't know about Windows 8.1 but I've used this with Win7 and a Superhub 2.
By Reviewify Mark on 07 October 2014
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I have only used mine with an LG blu ray player.
By Sue Gravestock on 25 January 2015
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I've had no problems. I'm on windows 10. Very occasionally I had to unplug and reconnect the usb for windows to recognise it after a reload, but haven't had that problem since a windows 10 upgrade. Have you tried a different usb port? And how far away are you from the router.
By pippin 53 on 24 January 2017
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Dual band will give you good transfer rates. I use it for online gaming with no problems.
By pippin 53 on 15 July 2017