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Spectec MiniSD WiFi WLAN (802.11b) Card for PDA, Pocket PC, Smartphones

by Spectec
3.6 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews

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  • IEEE 802.11b support DSSS system
  • Support SDIO 1.0
  • Operating Channels: 1~14 channels OS Support PPC 2003, Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition for Pocket
  • Support WEP, WPA, TKIP and AES
  • Certification Wi-Fi, CE, FCC, Telec, DGT, RoHS, WEEE
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Product Description

Have a PDA or smartphone with a Mini SD slot, but no wireless networking? our latest WLAN card, brings 802.11b connectivity to your smartphone or PDA. No bigger than your thumb, this card will securely connect you to the web whenever and wherever you are in the world. Comes in protective plastic case with CD with drivers & manual

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.1 x 0.1 x 0.8 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000J46R68
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 17 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #156,351 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Just received my Spectec 11g card yesterday. I have a Verizon Q9c smartphone. Installed the software from the web based on other recommendations to avoid the software shipped. Plugged in the chip and bam! there was my network at home. Put in my WPA passwword and away I went surfing. Very cool and very fast. The coolest part is that I don't have to turn off the phone to swap out the chips. I just pop out the memory card and slide in the WIFI card and visa versa no problem.
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I wont comment about how it sticks out about less than a quarter inch on the right side of my Q9c. Because I knew that is how it would look when I bought it. This card works great, connects to my WPA enabled wifi at home, and is lightning quick. I did have to get the driver from Spectec's website, as the included CD does not have drivers for a Windows Mobile 6 Smartphone edition. So if you have this type of phone it will work for you, not sure about the other Q9 models (ATT & Verizon) but it should work as well as its the same model (ATT Q9 already has wifi). Love it! Feeds my need for internet access on my Smartphone while staving off my need to suscribe to a data plan.
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i have an unlocked palm treo 750 with ATT 2.25 WM6 update. Product needs a wifi driver, download from below link

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the driver works for wm6. works great with secure networks. card is a battery drainer, i world not blame the card due to lack of native support on wifi on palm treo 750. plu card in only when required to save battery life. internet even on a home router is not as fast as on laptop but atleast you wont be paying airtime when at home. note : remember to set router to network type B i.e. 2.4 MBps network. i have not tested G.
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I've owned this for almost 5 months now. I do not use it as often as I thought I would because it sticks out of the side of the phone. I keep the card in my wallet so that I will have access to it when I want it. It's come in handy several times at the airport and other places that have a Wi-Fi signal.

When it works, it's great. I am using it on a Treo 750. I started with Windows Mobile 5 and it worked ok. It would disconnect and I would have to restart the phone to get it to work again. I've upgraded to Windows Mobile 6 and the card still loses the signal, but now, I just eject it and put it back in.

There is a new driver for Mobile 6 but I have not installed it yet. I'm using the one that came with Mobile 6 - come to think about it, I haven't had to install any drivers for the card since I'm using Mobile 6 - that was not the case with Mobile 5.

Like I said, when you have a signal, it's great. It's gives me free Internet and I can stream video and music without a problem.

Get it, it's worth the money if you plan on using it.
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This wi-fi card connects to my internet at home which is really great. The only problem I had was installing the software into my phone (Verizon Motorola Q9C). My advice is to add the software into the program files in the phone and then opening the program in the phone. It took me hours to finally install the software into the phone, and the directions that came w/ the software were very vague. Hopefully this makes sense and helps. Overall really great product!!
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I purchased this for my Motorola Q9C after reading reviews on several websites. I downloaded the Windows Mobile 6 driver from Spectec's website, and it connected easily to my home network. It even has exceptional range as I have been able to connect about anywhere my laptop is able. The only glitch was trying to figure out how to the Q9C to access the internet via wifi instead of the Verizon network.
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I got this mainly for my Verizon PN820 running WM5. Installed the latest driver off of the website (didn't bother trying the old one that shipped with it on the mini-CD), plugged in the card, entered my key, and it worked fine. Found my work and home networks, but range seems more limited at home (which might be the fault of my dirt-cheap Buffalo router/AP). The phone occasionally gets confused when I take the card out or put it in and requires a reset--I doubt it is the card's problem though, this is WM5 after all.

Just for kicks, also tried this in my Viewsonic V37 PocketPC running PPC2007 using an adapter to get it into the full-sized SDIO slot. Driver installed and card seems to be detected, but the OS itself is pathetic and impossible to properly configure. I think I'd need PPC2007SE to get it working, and Viewsonic discontinued their PPC line and never released an update (I was lucky to find the PPC2007 update as it is).
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I have a palm treo 750 which I only bought because I saw this wifi card which I assumed would enable me to skype from the treo. Being that neither was particularly expensive and that I needed a new phone anyway, Im not too disappointed. If the wifi goes unused for a period of time you have to remove and reinsert the card to reactivate the wifi. A bit irritating but since I wont be using it that much its not a deal killer. And as implied, skype doesnt work on it. You can log in, see your contacts, and try to call a number but after one ring skype stalls. My wife has been able to stream NPR in the mornings which is going to be the wifi card's primary use. Since Im not sure if it is the card's fault or the phone's fault, I couldnt give it too poor of a rating. Would have been better if palm just got their act together and put together the phone they could have 3 years ago.
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