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I have the TP-Link 300Mbps Wireless N PCI Adapter in my Windows 8 Developer Preview test machine (I'm typing this post on it) and it works perfectly and the supplied driver installed just fine (Windows 8 Developer Preview didn't have a driver for it). The version I have has two antennas and 300 Mbps speed, the one you posted has 1 antenna and 150 Mbps speed. I considered both but the price difference was small, so I bought this one. If you can buy the 300 Mbps, 2 antenna version, it's worth it because you can have the PC farther away from the router with better results, but I guess the one you linked to will do well too.

Oh, bear in mind there are two versions of these TP-Link PCI adapters. The older version has a bigger chip, it probably uses more power. The one you linked to is the new one, and so is mine.
Edited by tpi2007 - 3/28/12 at 2:25pm
 
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