Summary: I was rebuilding an older XPpro laptop and needed the usb slots for other devices, so I researched PCMCIA wireless cards and found this product from Trendnet. I followed the setup instructions and the laptop was unable to "connect" to my home wireless.
Summary: Setup was easy, so 5 stars for that. Connected instantly to my wireless network and had good signal strength! I thought i had just invested the best $14 of my life! Then came day 2...card would not connect to network. Tried EVERYTHING!!! Finally removed/reinstalled the utility program.
Summary: I've been using Linux for about 12 yrs now, but I could not get this card to work on RedHat 5.5 or Xubuntu 9.04 Linux. I've downloaded and tried the drivers from Trendnet and Ralink, but received errors with both.
Summary: I installed this on an XP laptop. The software that came with it to manage it did not work at all, so I had to uninstall their management software and then use XP to pick up the drivers and manage the card. So, far it works well on a Linksys wireless router...
Summary: This is a very reliable network card with good range and supports all the latest and most secure encryption methods. I am using the WPA2-PSK and installation was a breeze. I installed this on a old laptop (Insipiron 1100, 2003 model), which has both Windows XP and uBuntu 9.0.4 and it was quick and...
Summary: I am using the card on an older IBM T22 laptop. I have upgraded the bios. However, in comparing this card with a Cisco Aeronet wireless g it is not faster in the N-mode than Cisco in the G-mode. I am using a Belkin Wireless router to a cable net. Perhaps the drivers are not up to date.
Very good N wireless PC card, and low profile, too.
Mark M. "Weddings, Events, and Portraits, OC Light Writer Photography", Amazon
2 January 2010
Summary: The TRENDnet 300Mbps Wireless N PC Card TEW-621PC turned out to be a great wireless N card in my Compaq n620c running Windows XP, and it's so low profile that it's almost as though I have an internal N card.
Summary: The previous version Trendnet TEW card for wireless G worked really well for me. So I was hoping for same experience in upgrading to Trendnet wireless N. But unfortunately this card have stability problem and would often disconnect.
Darn, I bought this at New-ova...and it was about double the amazon price.....ouch...but it works fine....
12 July 2009
Summary: I was amazed that the Web express slot on my notebook was so small; somehow I thought that the "Express slot was larger than this; it's actually a little larger than a stick of double mint gum.