Summary: There's not a heck of a lot of point to writing a review for the AirPort, since it's the only option you have if you want to go wireless with a late model Mac (such as the 1 Ghz 12-inch G4 PowerBook that I use).
Summary: All you need to do is bring your computer within range of a wireless hub and it automatically connects. Gadgetmaster has no clue what he is talking about, he is just using this as an excuse to bash Apple.
Summary: Apple Extreme card makes our iMac connect to our wireless home network seamlessly. In fact, the iMac connects to the other 2 Windows-based PC's better than they connect to each other. Way to go, Apple!
Summary: I just installed the Airport Extreme Card on my eMac and have moved the computer as far away from the router as it can possibly be in my house. The signal is very strong and it is working great. Highly recommend this product.
Flaky to get setup with a non-mac network, reliable ever since.
A. Product Reviewer, Amazon
11 September 2014
Summary: I purchased the airport extreme card for use in an eMac, so that I could have freedom to move the computer without consideration of ethernet cabling. I had a horrible time getting the wireless card to stay on my network. I am using a linksys WRT54G wireless router / access point.
TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 Dual Band Wireless N900 PCI Express Adapter,2.4GHz 450Mbps/5Ghz 450Mbps instead of AirPort Extreme.
Robert W. Schmidt, Amazon
11 September 2014
Summary: I have an early 2009 Mac Pro that came w/out the AirPort Extreme Card installed. In reading the reviews for that card, two common issues kept popping up: 1.) some degree of difficulty physically installing the card; and 2.) some confusion as to what antenna cables went where.
Summary: We moved to a new home and the ONLY room in the house that DIDN'T have an internet cable was the MOST IMPORTANT room to have it... my home office. Purchased the factory original Airport Extreme Card for my PowerMac G5 (which didn't originally come with a card installed) and BINGO, I was up and...
Summary: I got this airport card for my second computer (an emac) upstairs. It works great. I had no problem installing it, and my internet connection seems to be almost as fast as my main computer downstairs that's hooked up to a router.
Summary: This card fits the 2005 flat panel iMac with the ball base. I had the AirPort Express card out of the box and installed in my iMac in less than 10 minutes. As soon as the software installed, the WiFi nearest me was connected. Speed is incredible.