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6.7* out of 10

TP-link TL-WN510G

Complying with IEEE 802.11g, the TL-WN510G adopts TP-LINK “Exten Read more

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Overall 10

User Review

Mehdi_C, NCIX.com
18 May 2012
  • Summary: Great product, works as it should, range is good.
  • Pros: Works as it should, very inexpensive
  • Cons: sticks out a bit too much.
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Overall 8

User Review

Simon_B, NCIX.com
11 January 2011
  • Summary: I needed this piece of equipment to upgrade an old centrino laptop (wireless to wireless G. A USB adapter was out of the question because the laptop has only 2 usb slots and one is already used by the mouse and the other is occasionnally used by a usb flash drive. So my only option was a Cardbus card like this one. I obviously noticed immediate improvement in LAN/WAN transfer speeds. This card is very reliable. No disconnects and no glitches after 5 months of use.
  • Pros: Cheap, reliable, good speeds.
  • Cons: A bit big outside the Cardbus slot
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Overall 8

User Review

Bubba!, NCIX.com
24 September 2010
  • Summary: This is a good/cheap wireless upgrade for someone with an 10+ year old basic laptop who just wants to surf anywhere in their home. Offers WPA2 encryptions and other encryption choices. Only issue I had was this card did not like XP SP3 and some its hotfixes with it. If I remember correctly, their lastest driver was dated in 2007 which was before SP3.
  • Pros: - Very affordable, - Max signal strength at 54Mbps, - WPA2 compatible
  • Cons: - Feels cheap compared to the similar cards out there that are more expensive
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