A great network card, ideal for your average PC user, cheap and cheerful!
17 June 2011
Excerpt: This isn't the exact same model as my wireless network card, but it is by the same manufacturer and has the same set of features. Mine is the WN350GD model. To start with, the most common reason why you want one of these wireless network cards, is to get rid of all those ethernet cables you have trailing from your PC to your router, correct? Well obviously this can take care of that problem.
Summary: This is a truely PnP card: Easy to install and self configuring. Has good reception even in part of the house with poor signal coverage.Probably one of the easist cards I've installed and used in a windows XP computer
Summary: Been looking in shops for ages as for various reasons usb dongle gets lost or damaged. Easy to install although I had to do remove a screw to get a tight connection. Still worked fine. Was up and running in less than 10mins including installation.
Summary: For the price this is an excellent product. Installed it on our 4 computers at home running vista and xp without any problems. Connected to your wireless router easily without dropouts. Would recommend.
Summary: I give it a low score because I've not received this actual item yet! I needed a wireless card that had actual Win 98 drivers and TP Link were the only company that even bothered to answer my query - brownie points for that! They recommended this product and I'm sure it will be fine but the supplier in their infinate wisdom chose to send a different model. That was over 1 month ago and they've still not sent the correct card and are no longer communicating with me.
An excellent wireless PCI adaptor for a desktop PC.
21 May 2009
Excerpt: Having just picked up this new adapter I 'm happy to say that it has so far exceeded my expectations. I live in the Uk in a Victorian flat, our walls are very very thick. My previous Belkinb card I had for about a year. I had numerous problems with it over the time it was instaled and eventually got so frustrated that I drilled a hole through the wall and ran a wire through instead. The entire experience was rather frustrating.