Reviews and Problems with Apple AirPort Extreme Card
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when I receive the intended computers for these cards I ...
21 June 2015
Summary: when I receive the intended computers for these cards I will update. im so excited to get a ibook. it may be 2003 os but it can be upgraded. besides nobody is hacking old os and it wont be congested with java twitter Skype or facebook apps! can hardly wait1!
Summary: I'm not a computer expert by any stretch, but I just stuck this in my old tower G5 PowerPC lickety-split like nothing. No tools necessary - not even to open the computer. Try it wearing mittens if you're looking for a challenge. Someone even made a quick video guide: youtube.com/watch?
Summary: Authentic Apple WiFi card for some models of computer. Great for G3 laptops. Stays connected, but not the longest range. Small form factor, heat sink works well and is sensitive to nearby WiFi access points. Many have some trouble on the edge of range.
Summary: I bought this card when I discovered that my old AirPort card was not compatible with the new G4 Powerbook I bought, and after a month of using it under my own conditions (a medium-sized apartment with extremely thick and dense walls, an old AirPort base station, a frequent user of public Wi-Fi...
Summary: The wireless revolution has seriously altered the way I work. It didn't seem like it was that big of a deal, to be able to work anywhere in the house on a laptop. And then I was home over Thanksgiving and tried my father's - it was incredible.
Summary: Apple, once again, delivers yet another fantastic product. After doing my research to find a 3rd party wirless unit, I found I had no choice but to buy the Airport Extreme card for my imac G5. I'm using a Linksys Router and It works perfectly.
Summary: As a longtime PowerBook user I have to say that my AirPort Extreme Card was the best product I have ever bought for my laptop. With speeds up to 54 Megabits per second it is very fast at sending files over my local network.
Summary: I bought this for a IMac G5. It took less than 5 minutes to install (open computer case, plug antenna cable into card, slide card in slot, close case, power up). All that was left was to insert setup CD and about 1 minute later my existing wireless network was recognized and available.
Summary: I recently bought the 12" iBook G4, and had an Airport Extreme card installed at the Apple Store. We didn't purchase a base since frankly, being able to be online from any room in my house would probably be dangerous for my marriage!