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Best wireless adapter for the price?

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Well, I use ethernet, so I don't really know crap about wireless. But I'm suppose to be moving, and the router there is in the basement, and on the other-side of the house, so I was wondering what kind of wireless I should get, that would be durable when it comes to holding the connection, and having closest to ethernet like speed. The budget I'm looking for, is probably 25$ highest. It shouldn't really matter if it's a card, or a usb adapter. I like the ones that have the cable, so the fat adapter doesn't block your other usbs. But whatever works, so far, someone said this, but I wanted more information, and what other people would recommend.
http://www.amazon.com/USB-N13-Wireless-N-Adapter-802-11b-Wireless/dp/B002UVNW5W/ref=lh_ni_t?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=ATVPDKIKX0DER
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bump?
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Guess no one knows, thanks anyway.
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I highly recommend this, but it's a bit outside of your range at $43.
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