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!