Summary: This product was purchased from "Worldwide Distribution" through Amazon.com and they get 5 stars out of 5 for prompt shipping and quality of product. I received the item well before the 14 day estimated shipping time.
Summary: I don't normally review products on Amazon, but I feel this is important. I have an old Linux laptop running as my firewall (IPCop if it matters). I needed a second NIC. There is not much information about the PCM200 and Linux compatibility.
Summary: This Linksys card is an amazing performer. I used a 16-bit Xircom Creditcard Ethernet 10/100 adapter, until the fragile dongle failed. However, this Linksys card has taken over with spectacular improvements in speed.
Summary: I've had compatibility problems with another Linksys card in the past, but this one has worked very well for me. I'm a college student, so money was an important condsideration and this card has been a great value.
Summary: First of all, I've been a loyal newegg customer for as long as I can remember, so they rock I have to say. But, going to the NIC. I'm a diehard Linksys kinda guy, so I picked up this for my laptop. Running with Windows this NIC works great.
Summary: Beware of trying to use this card with Windows 95 operating systems. It does not work. And Linksys' technical support is as bad as other people have said -- non responsive!! Try the Netgear FA410 instead, it may have a dongle cord but at least it works!
Summary: I bought this card after my last LinkSys dongle failed me ! A new dongle costs about 30 $, so I'd recommend going for an ethernet card that does NOT have a dongle ! Dongles are really a pain sometimes !
Summary: I had always used PCMCIA cards with that annoying little cord ("dongle"), and they invariably broke! Even when I was very careful, the connection would be lost, or the unit would become unusable. This "all in one" unit is compact and very convenient.