Summary: I needed to dedicate my older laptop for the MagicJack I'd been using on my desktop, but the Ethernet port had been damaged. I found the wireless PCMCIA card to be much too slow (54Mbps) for the MagicJack to work properly. The TRENDnet card, along with a new Ethernet cable plugged into my wireless router, was a simple and inexpensive solution to get my laptop back online for my business calls.
Summary: No complaints. Product worked perfectly with Windows ME, as advertised. A 10/100 NIC card is not an exciting thing. This one was cheap, universal and well-reviewed by others. All my expectations were met and I was online in about 2 minutes.
Summary: This card is all it's suppose to be. Easy to get it up and running. Took it out of the box, installed the driver and that's all it took. I was online and connected to my other computers in a couple of minutes. And because it works so good, and is also very inexpensive, I bought another one for my other laptop. I highly recommend this card.
Pros: Both are Fast and easy setup. Solid feel. Good price. Works great.
Summary: The card works great. However, the drivers came on a floppy disk (which fewer and fewer laptops have drives for). As I do not have a floppy drive, I had to go to a wireless connection to download current drivers from manufacturer's website. Other than, that I would recommend this product to anyone.
Pros: Worked right out of the box. Set up in less than 15 minutes.
Summary: It worked perfect and installation was super easy on the WIN98 SE. Recommend to those who still have issues with the networking for their win 98. Remember to change the IP Address under the internet explorer tools. Other ways you wouldn't be able to connect to internet. The IP would be the same as the router or the modem (it's a local IP address).