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Belkin 802.11g Wireless Notebook Network Card

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Belkin 802.11g Wireless Notebook Network Card - Network adapter - CardBus - 802.11b, 802.11g

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      18.01.2005 23:00
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      Using the Cardbus card with an Acer Travelmate 512T (old computer) and it has worked very well for the last few months.

      Occasionally windows ME requires a re-start to properly associate the card with the ADSL router/modem, but when it connects it works well.

      No problems installing the drivers available from the Belkin web-site.

      Very happy with it so far. Any problems that I have had are, I believe, a result of windows weaknesses rather than the Belkin.

      A happy user

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    • Product Details

      Belkin networking presents its latest innovation, the 54g Wireless Notebook Network Card. The Card works as an ideal standalone unit to give you instant networking capabilities. It features breakthrough 54g technology that makes wireless file transfers and downloads faster than ever before. 54g technology provides you with networking speeds nearly five times faster than the current Wi-Fi (802.11b) standard.

      The Card sets up with the ease and the simplicity of Plug-and-Play technology on any laptop equipped with a 32-bit CardBus slot. It slides into the 32-bit CardBus slot to enable a wireless connection to your network. 54g technology is the easiest wireless network to implement. The Card uses the wireless 54g 2.4 GHz standard to offer you the widest working range-up to 1800 feet-and greater interoperability in mixed networking environments. 54g technology is backward-compatible with the 802.11b Wi-Fi networking standard, so it allows you to implement faster wireless technologies in combination with existing 802.11b Wi-Fi networks.