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Belkin HSM Wrls. G Notebook Card ( F5D7011 )
List Price: $64.03

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Product Description

Belkin 802.11g Wireless G Plus Notebook Card - With this wireless network card from Belkin, you can enjoy increased freedom with your Windows-based notebook computer. It allows you to wireless access the Internet, e-mail, and other computer networks. Either through your home's wireless network, or via wireless Hot Spots around the world. This card supports the 802.11g wireless protocol for up to 54Mbps data transfer rates. It also supports Belkin's Wireless G Plus technology. So if you use this card with a Belkin Wireless G Plus Router, you will enjoy up to 35% faster transfer speeds when compared to standard 802.11g.

Features:
  • Device Type - PCMCIA Card
  • Form Factor - N/A
  • Interface Type - N/A

Customer Reviews:

  • This card works with Macintoshs too
    This card works with the Macintosh. I have had two of these cards stop working and Belkin has both times replaced them gratis. What a company!...more info
  • Mac OS X 10.3.9 / Pismo Compatible
    I am using Ver. 1101 of this card in my Pismo Powerbook, running OS X 10.3.9. Since this card uses the Broadcom chipset, my PowerBook automatically recognizes it and allows me to set it up using the original Airport software. I am using WPA2 Personal encryption for additional security. Belkin does not say that this card is Mac OS X compatible and does not provide Mac drivers for it, but it works fine. Another reviewer mentioned that it works in Mac OS X 10.4 as well, but he did not mention the version number of his card. I also tried Belkin F5D7010 version 5000, but it is not Mac compatible as it does not use the Broadcom chipset....more info
  • software issues
    I was never able to install the software for this thing. Not only that, it crashed my computer a number of times and made subsequent restarts and shutdowns really slow.

    I ended up going with a linksys after I returned this one. The linksys software didn't quite work either, but at least it didn't crash the computer.

    What I ended up doing was just using the drivers windows has to run the card and it works perfectly. I would imagine this would have also worked with the belkin, which is quite cheaper.

    If you're still in the market for a belkin card, don't install the software. Just run window's drivers and I'm sure it'll work just fine....more info
  • LINUX Ready PCMCIA Card
    This PCMCIA Card, F5D7011, Version 1000, works out of the box with Linspire 5.0, Freespire, Ubuntu/Kubuntu!!
    You don't even need the 'Install CD" for 802.11b/g at 54Mbs!
    Don't get the F5D7011B, or the Version 2000, they do not work in the above listed Linux O.S.es....more info
  • software issues
    I was never able to install the software for this thing. Not only that, it crashed my computer a number of times and made subsequent restarts and shutdowns really slow.

    I ended up going with a linksys after I returned this one. The linksys software didn't quite work either, but at least it didn't crash the computer.

    What I ended up doing was just using the drivers windows has to run the card and it works perfectly. I would imagine this would have also worked with the belkin, which is quite cheaper.

    If you're still in the market for a belkin card, don't install the software. Just run window's drivers and I'm sure it'll work just fine....more info