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Yes it is. I use it with Debian and Raspbmc.
By S. Wray on 06 May 2014
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This is a wifi dongle....nothing to do with Bluetooth...it sounds like you need a Bluetooth dongle!
By V on 28 October 2014
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Yes. Effectively plg-'n-play with most Linux distros, though it may be necessary to reboot the computer. Have used it on various laptops running Ubuntu 10.04 onwards, Mint 16 and 17, Raspberry Pi with XBMC. If it's the first Wireless adaptor on a particular Linux installation, it is of course necessary to configure … see more Yes. Effectively plg-'n-play with most Linux distros, though it may be necessary to reboot the computer. Have used it on various laptops running Ubuntu 10.04 onwards, Mint 16 and 17, Raspberry Pi with XBMC. If it's the first Wireless adaptor on a particular Linux installation, it is of course necessary to configure it for the wireless network - a Linux newbe may need to do a little learning so a cable connection to the router may be needed in order to find a guide on-line. see less Yes. Effectively plg-'n-play with most Linux distros, though it may be necessary to reboot the computer. Have used it on various laptops running Ubuntu 10.04 onwards, Mint 16 and 17, Raspberry Pi with XBMC. If it's the first Wireless adaptor on a particular Linux installation, it is of course necessary to configure it for the wireless network - a Linux newbe may need to do a little learning so a cable connection to the router may be needed in order to find a guide on-line.
By Mr Particular on 18 September 2015
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I have a pair of these, they both work fine with my Dataflex M2M Hera (a/b/g) 2.4GHz , BT Home Hub 4 (b/g/n) 2.4 +5GHz and my Asus RT-AC68U (b/g/n/ac) 2.4 +5GHz.
So I wouldn't expect you to have any issues with your NetGear.
I have also used it with Win 7, Win 8, Win 8.1, Debian, XUbuntu and CentOS without much troubl… see more
I have a pair of these, they both work fine with my Dataflex M2M Hera (a/b/g) 2.4GHz , BT Home Hub 4 (b/g/n) 2.4 +5GHz and my Asus RT-AC68U (b/g/n/ac) 2.4 +5GHz.
So I wouldn't expect you to have any issues with your NetGear.
I have also used it with Win 7, Win 8, Win 8.1, Debian, XUbuntu and CentOS without much trouble. Although for best performance you will need to download the drivers from the website otherwise it will usually only connect on 2.4GHz and not 5GHz see less
I have a pair of these, they both work fine with my Dataflex M2M Hera (a/b/g) 2.4GHz , BT Home Hub 4 (b/g/n) 2.4 +5GHz and my Asus RT-AC68U (b/g/n/ac) 2.4 +5GHz.
So I wouldn't expect you to have any issues with your NetGear.
I have also used it with Win 7, Win 8, Win 8.1, Debian, XUbuntu and CentOS without much trouble. Although for best performance you will need to download the drivers from the website otherwise it will usually only connect on 2.4GHz and not 5GHz

By Robert Craig on 28 July 2014
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I'm not at home to check exact version just now, but I can confirm I'm using the very latest OS iteration released by Apple in Q4 last year on a 2010 MacBook Pro. My wireless card blew out and The Apple Store couldn't resolve without major expense. This dongle has worked like a dream. As others commented, I did need… see more I'm not at home to check exact version just now, but I can confirm I'm using the very latest OS iteration released by Apple in Q4 last year on a 2010 MacBook Pro. My wireless card blew out and The Apple Store couldn't resolve without major expense. This dongle has worked like a dream. As others commented, I did need to download the drivers from the website during set up - weirdly they include one of those old fashioned "micro CDs" that can't be used in a Mac optical drive anyway. This has been a good solution for me, and I'm thinking it'll buy me at least another couple of years use of my laptop. Not bad for £8! see less I'm not at home to check exact version just now, but I can confirm I'm using the very latest OS iteration released by Apple in Q4 last year on a 2010 MacBook Pro. My wireless card blew out and The Apple Store couldn't resolve without major expense. This dongle has worked like a dream. As others commented, I did need to download the drivers from the website during set up - weirdly they include one of those old fashioned "micro CDs" that can't be used in a Mac optical drive anyway. This has been a good solution for me, and I'm thinking it'll buy me at least another couple of years use of my laptop. Not bad for £8!
By shady_creek on 08 January 2014
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1 year Edimax warranty.
By HometownTV UK SELLER on 30 August 2015
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so sorry i dont know that answer!
By Amazon Customer on 24 November 2014
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No
By Stuart Middleton on 22 December 2014
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Yes it is currently being used on a laptop running windows XP
By Mr Stuart Hancock on 30 December 2013
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Yes its small in size, but it plugs to usb port, it's not sticking out of my laptop
By Kristina on 24 August 2014