Summary: I'm not using it's Draft N capabilities as I'm using with a LinkSys WRT54GL router.
Pros: Owned a month but only tested less than a week since it's for a customer who isn't ready for his wireless network to be set up yet. Does what it's supposed to.
Cons: I'm not going to ding it's rating as this may be specific to the IBM/Lenovo ThinkPad A21p I installed this in. I found that if I used the latest driver from D-Link, and/or the wireless software, that the laptop would freeze up as it's put into hibernation mode. I educate and encourage my customer...
Summary: I bought a DIR-635 and a bunch of these cards to replace an aging 802.11b setup. I don't know what the hub-bub is about the draft-N products -- I'm getting great speeds (anywhere from 130 mbps to 261 mbps) and incredibly wide reception. Just a good product overall.
Summary: To get higher speeds and better connection,Ive seen that you have to use dlinks software to get speeds available for card but still does not help with reception.
Pros: 1.Have recieved speed of about 260mbs out of 300 2.easy to install software
Cons: 1.The card is thicker then others I've used and had dificulty knowing if im in far enough. 2. first card that cam was "doa" and needed to be returned for replacement. 3. reception seems to be a problem as i get mixed results on connection where sometime i'll get very good and then low.
Summary: When purchasing, I took the 80% chance of this card not operating on Windows Vista and possibly having it returned for that reason. I was thrilled to see however that it installed perfectly and the drivers, although designed for XP 32bit, worked perfectly in Vista Beta 2 and up (5456 Build is my...
Pros: - Vista Compatible (Although they don't state that--it works on Vista's Netorking Software and not on D-Link's) - Excellent Range!!
Cons: -None!! (Some could say you can't use D-Link's software in Vista but I always prefer Window's built-in WiFi manager)
Summary: I'm sure this card would work perfectly well if your laptop met the minimum spec required. However, although these details were included with the shipped item, they were not shown on the Amazon website when ordering the product.