A note on setting up for development with NVIDIA Jetson Nano following the procedure on the official site.
Writing OS image to microSD card
Follow the instructions on the official page below.
I recommend using Etcher which is simple and easy to use.
Hardware setup and initialization
After opening the box, first assemble a paper stand for the board.
Insert the microSD card in which the OS image is written. I was able to write and boot Jetson Nano with no problem using the I-O DATA's microSDHC card(16GB).
Connect to the power after connecting the display, keyboard, and mouse then the boot sequence will be started. Make sure to supply 2A or more power when you source power from micro USB.
After the boot sequence is complete, a software setup window will appear. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup then Ubuntu desktop will be shown. Jetson Nano is now ready to use.
The TPLINK's Wi-Fi dongle was recognized without problems by Jeston Nano.
Since mDNS is enabled by default, you can log in with SSH by entering the following command on the same LAN as Jetson Nano.