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Trendnet-te100-pcbusr.1260523
4.4 out of 10

TRENDnet TE100-PCBUSR

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Overall 10
10

XpressPort PCMCIA Ethernet Card

kzoller, PriceGrabber
21 September 2006
  • Summary: I used this card to replace an older PC card with a "Dongle" that kept breaking off. The card was recognized by my older laptop (with Win 98SE) and functions fine at 100Mbps. No negatives!
  • Pros: Easy installation No "Dongle"
  • Cons: None
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Overall 10
10

So Good That I Bought a Second One

danhasmail, PriceGrabber
19 August 2006
  • 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.
  • Cons: None so far.
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Overall 8
8.0

Great product

time101, PriceGrabber
7 May 2006
  • 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.
  • Cons: Needs CD with drivers.
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Overall 8
8.0

works great

renma, PriceGrabber
1 March 2006
  • Summary: It comes with only a floppy disk and no CD for driver installation. But once you download the updated driver from its website, it's easy to install and use, compatible with WinXP as well.
  • Pros: simple to setup and use, works well
  • Cons: need to download driver from website if don't have floppy disk
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Overall 10
10

32-bit PCMCIA Ethernet Card with XpressPort

joefab, PriceGrabber
3 October 2005
  • Summary: Easy to follow instructions ,Works exactly like it is supposed to. Very happy with product. You must have a floppy drive to install driver.Cable plugs directly into card ,no need for dongle or other cables.
  • Pros: Easy to install.Up and running in less than 10 minutes Great price
  • Cons: So far ,none
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Overall 10
10

32-bit PCMCIA Ethernet Card

mindrehab248, PriceGrabber
11 August 2005
  • Summary: This has been a great card in my notebook computer! The drivers worked great for Windows 98SE, and the printed instructions for loading the drivers were written by someone who actually knows English! This card has allowed me to connect on DSL at home, on a T1 line at work, and at the local library. No connection problems at all. The status lights are useful, too.
  • Pros: Well made. Fit perfectly into PCMCIA slot in notebook computer. Securely holds ethernet cable.
  • Cons: None.
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Overall 8
8.0

TRENDnet 10/100Mbps PC Card

tlca, PriceGrabber
1 June 2004
  • Summary: The product was easy to install on my notebook running XP Home edition. The only problem I encountered was that my notebook doesn't have a floppy drive (like many now a days) and the drivers for the network card came on floppy only. Luckily, I had access to another computer where I could put the drivers on CD. Once they were on CD the installation went smooth.
  • Pros: Works great.
  • Cons: Will only fit in top PCMCIA slot. Drivers on floppy not CD.
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Overall 8
8.0

TRENDnet 10/100Mbps PC Card

licellec, PriceGrabber
30 May 2004
  • Summary: The product is great. I haven't had any problems with it. Easy to read instructions. Just plug it in, istall driver, then you ready to go. Data transfer - good. Will recommend it to others looking for PCMCIA Network card.
  • Pros: Easy to install. Worked the first time card was plugged in.
  • Cons: none
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