Summary: TX : 75Mbps RX : 145Mps Router : Comcast Wifi Cable Router Relatively Nice for the speed and I do not need to use USB ( 1.1 ) port from Pismo! I could get the drivers from original chipset company site… you could refer wikidev site for the details.
Summary: simple to instal easy to find new drivers and great integration with windows xp and newer Wireless N routers. better connection than any usb adapter, However extra power from pcmcia slot causes a high pitched feed back frequency on the other persons end on Skype.
Summary: This N card works okay in my wife's laptop, but due to it's length sticking out of the card slot, it's a PITA to keep from hitting or damaging it, and we see no real improvement over the built-in G card. As it stands right now, I wasted money. Unless I've set it up incorrectly and someone can pinpoint for me some little setup tip I didn't do, I can't recommend this item. Considering it works wherever we take it, I don't think that's it.
Summary: I bought this to replace a dead wireless card in my aging laptop. The laptop runs Linux (Ubuntu 11.04), and I wasn't sure whether the card would work, but for ~$25, I figured it couldn't hurt to try. Unfortunately, the card did not fit the laptop's slot, but that was my fault. I tried it in another Linux laptop that had the appropriate slot (same Ubuntu 11.04), and the card really did not work.
Summary: Ive had it about a week now my rooms in a basement so there is 2concrete walls ans about 50 feet between me and the router 1 have ane avg. of 108 to 150 mps good to very good connection i check it every 5 6 hours to see if its getting hotand so far it seems fine defenitly gonna get another one to have on hand at this price hell i might get 2 more im running an acer aspire 3050 with xp home instalation took about 3 minutes with supplied disk
Summary: This is advertised as "N" wifi but it is NOT. When checked on the spectrum analyzer, I only saw radio frequency in the 2.4Ghz range and not 5.8Ghz range(N wifi). I suspect this card may use the 2.4Ghz version of "N" but not the higher bandwidth of 5.8Ghz. Get the Cisco-Linksys WPC600N, this model broadcast in the 5.8Ghz.