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TRENDnet 54Mbps Wireless G PC Card TEW-421PC
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- Wi-Fi Compliant with IEEE 802.11g and IEEE 802.11b Standards
- Uses 2.4 GHz Frequency Band, which Complies with Worldwide Requirements
- Supports Ad-Hoc (Peer-to-Peer) Mode or Infrastructure (AP-Client) Mode
- Dynamic Data Rate Scaling at 54, 48, 36, 24, 18, 12, 9 and 6Mbps for 802.11g.
- Compatible with Windows 98(SE)/ME/2000/XP
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- Brand Name: TRENDnet
- Model Number: TEW421PC
- Hardware Platform: Pc
- Connectivity Technology: Wired
- Network Data Transfer Rate: 54 Megabits Per Second
Top Customer Reviews
The card uses Texas Instruments chips. Seems like the chipset company don't support Linux. Hence, the card is not easily to install in Linux OS. You can find some web pages describing the linux instalation, but I had no time to do a try.
The non-Linux support is the only reason to give them 3 star. I will like to have a plug&play linux support as is the case of a lot of other cards.
It comes with a software that helps you to connect to the wifi network.
At home I have a Linksys router but I had used it in other networks too.
Well, I'm happy to report that it installed with no problems and has worked perfectly in my old laptop ever since. I am also very impressed with the well-written and helpful quick installation guides that came with both the card and the router, and had no problems when installing the utility and driver software that came with either one. My brother had recommended I stick with a better known brand back when I bought the router, but the TRENDnet prices were so much better that I decided to give them a shot. Based on my experience with them so far, I'm very happy that I did!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Doesn't work, customer support is a joke. Huge mistake to buy.Published 18 months ago by Beerhunter
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Haven't used a PCMCIA in so very long, Can't remember buying this, why is it on my list of things I've purchased?Published on March 4, 2014 by Adam Stoneman
Bought the TEW-421PC for use in an 2001, Dell Inspiron 8100. This should work well, considering I'm giving the laptop away.Published on February 25, 2013 by Dave
Don't waste your money on this adapter. This wireless adapter is a piece of junk. It would not stay connected to my network for more than a few minutes even though I was sitting no... Read morePublished on May 2, 2011 by Gregory McDonald
I had this in my small Windows 98se machine and it always worked w/o problems. So when a friend needed a wireless card quickly for her XP machine I gave her mine and ordered a... Read morePublished on October 8, 2008 by Mike 32159
The card works great and the installation was a snap. I downloaded the latest drivers from their website (Win XP). My laptop now freezes when it goes into standby... Read morePublished on September 30, 2008 by M. Koehler
I spent 3-4 hours trying to make this card work but it never went beyond 1 Mbps even when I was sitting 1 foot away from the wireless access point. Very disappointing. Read morePublished on November 13, 2007 by Srikanth N. Sridhara