Pros: Just works. Includes 3 antennas. It's been used by the Hackintosh community for years and it's much better than the ones we used to buy on eBay cons: none - cons: none - cons: none - cons: none - cons: none - cons: none - cons: none - cons: none - cons: none - cons: none Read more
Has three antennas which is useful for 802.11n cards which support it. Fits fine, good price, lets you make use of Mini-PCI-E cards you'd otherwise not be able to use in a desktop machine. Not all cards can make use of the three antennas, so perhaps check before ordering. Isn't driver dependant in itself,... Read more
Easy to work but look cheap than price
and fully works Like many others have pointed out - there are no screws that come with this, so you'll have to find other ways to get the card to stay in place. I used some electrical tape.
Another problem I have with this unit is that the metal bracket that goes ... Read more
Works as advertised. Accepts both miniCards and half miniCards. 1. No screws/nuts supplied. You'll have to find your own. 2. This card should ONLY be installed into a PCI slot, not PCIe. 3. The metal bracket needs to be bent a little to make it fit into the PC chassis. 4. Intel 5300AGN half miniCard ... Read more
It just works. Assuming the drivers exist for your Mini-PCIe device, your computer will see it as exactly that and it will work as it should. This is great because I like Intel laptop Wi-Fi adapters better than desktop ones. Like many others have pointed out - there are no screws that come with this,... Read more
Great product, if you need it. I had an old WIFI card lying around, so converted my desktop to WiFi using this cards. Works perfect. The card was instantly recognized and the drivers etc got installed. No screws, so maybe they can add screw holes, or maybe supply, some way to hold the card down. I used ... Read more
Comes in a shielded bag and three antennas.
Use your Mini PCI-E wireless car on your desktop.
Works fine with Atheros AR5BX63 taken from old netbook. Does not come with screws.
You need a small bolt and nut to secure the card to the adapter.
Or you could use a piece of string like I did. I like the laptop ... Read more
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