Reviews and Problems with Apple AirPort Extreme Card
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7 October 2010
Summary: To include my Apple Emac in my wireless network I got this. Took a few install tries to get a good connection but once it was in real good the old Emac cranked right up and connected easily to the Wi-Fi.
Summary: I can't actually review the product as I haven't used it. After I ordered it, I realized I don't actually need the Airport Extreme card as my laptop already has one, so I never even took it out of the packaging. But the seller did ship quickly, and the price was good.
Summary: It does all that I required of it. It converts a relatively old but still effective Mac into one with Internet access through wifi, and the card was easy to insert into the works of the computer.
Summary: Following an office move, I needed a wireless broadband connection for my old (circa 2003) G5 Applemac. Was lent an Airport Express plug-in gadget which, whilst offering 'wi-fi', did seem rather convoluted since it still had to plug into both a broadband router and a mains socket. This Apple Airport Extreme Card was just the ticket, since it did away with all that and I can now link my ageing G5 directly to the same broadband router (which is in a different room and on a...
Summary: prompt delivery within 24hrs. very easy to insert the card(it was done in 5 mins) All that was required was for me to remove 4 screws from the base of my semi-domed iMac and insert the card into a slot and push in one connecting wire. then my imac desktop became wireless!
Summary: It seems inevitable that today's cutting edge technology is tomorrow's redundant item. Nevertheless with today's Apple laptops fetching the price of a small second hand family car it makes sense to scape the barrel of yesterday's technology as far as possible before moving on. The PowerPC G4 processor on the old iMac PowerMac 6 may be long in the tooth but with the Apple Extreme Card still available, albeit at a price which reflects its scarcity, it still makes financial...