Free software wifi adapter

Hi, I am looking for a usb and/or pcie adapter that will work with gnu/linux-libre & bsds out of the box. I found this, https://www.thinkpenguin.com/gnu-linux/penguin-wireless-n-usb-adapter-gnu-linux-tpe-n150usb. Does anyone have any other recommendations? Thanks!

@Echedenyan
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I would check in https://h-node.org

ThinkPenguin is famous for being expensive.

In Media Markt, I could buy an AC600 Nano USB Wi-Fi Adapter which worked with Linux-Libre.

@PhoenixWright
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Great one, used it several times.

ysu
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Ok, I ended up buying a Wireless access point to connect to wifi and just plug in the ethernet, so it works on any os. Thanks!

Helix
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@DBGamer
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Panda products are also worth a look. Be sure you watch prices though, some of their models are EXCESSIVELY overpriced. I had to return one of these “higher end” products as their lower end model gave me better experiences.

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