Summary: Bought this used and saved a ton of money. Have put Linux (Ubuntu) Distros on some older laptops and these cards seem to work very well for Ubuntu. Will probably be buying another one for yet another "Grand Son's" computer.
Summary: The transaction- was great. The card was bad, I had to get a new harddrive-- took me 3 emails to get someone to respond. I sent it back and have yet to receive my money. Would never order from them again.
Summary: I've tried linksys, netgear, dlink, etc. but nothing competes with this card. I always lose my signal with those other cards but this one always has a solid signal. It's expensive, but well worth the money. It saves lots of frustration.
Summary: This bus card is offered bundled with an external antenna but it does not accept one. Just to be clear.... you can buy the external antenna with the bus card but there is no way to connect the 2 together.
Summary: I have an older Aironet 350 802.11b card, and decided to upgrade to get the better range and speed that this card offers (not to mention full support for WPA-PSK AES; my 350 only supported WPA-PSK TKIP). I couldn't be happier.
Summary: If you're looking for a wireless card that maximizes on signal capture, you won't regret buying Cisco. I bought Linksys, although cheaper, it was a joke, kept cutting off connection all the time. Although Cisco is more expensive, you pay for what you get.