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Great deal for a cheap Wireless N Laptop Adapter @ Misco

High-speed Wireless-N (draft 802.11n) networking for your notebook computer
MIMO technology uses multiple radios to create a robust signal that travels up to 4 times farther and reduces dead spots
Up to 12 times faster than Wireless-G, but can also connect to Wireless-G and -B networks
Advanced wireless security with up to 256-bit encryption

£8.20 inc P+P
- pedroman
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#1
Will this fit in a PCMCIA slot do you know?

EDIT: Sorry, this is so off topic, but I've been wondering for some time now, why there are so many new members on here from Flint (North Wales) I only just realised that it's the personal performance monitor thing, it starts with FLINT......FFS, am I stoopid or what?
#2
Voucher Boy
Will this fit in a PCMCIA slot do you know?



Well thats what the picture is showing so if you get whats in the picture then it will work but there is no mention of it in the specs, its definatly not the newer express cards so you should be ok.
#3
Voucher Boy
Will this fit in a PCMCIA slot do you know?

EDIT: Sorry, this is so off topic, but I've been wondering for some time now, why there are so many new members on here from Flint (North Wales) I only just realised that it's the personal performance monitor thing, it starts with FLINT......FFS, am I stoopid or what?


Checked on the Linksys site before I bought - it is PCMCIA
#4
With P+P £8.20.
#5
pedroman
With P+P £8.20.


Which should be in the OP title.
#6
schizoboy
Which should be in the OP title.


I agree.... but the newbies dont know that. If newbies could not make a post until they had been a member for a month that would stop the spammers to a degree and give the newbies a chance to see how things work. Lots of duplicate posts might lessen too.
#7
pedroman
I agree.... but the newbies dont know that. If newbies could not make a post until they had been a member for a month that would stop the spammers to a degree and give the newbies a chance to see how things work. Lots of duplicate posts might lessen too.


All the OP done wrong was forgot to add the P&P charges, older members of the site do this all the time. Its cheap even with the P&P.
#8
+ quidco :)
#9
Wodja
Well thats what the picture is showing so if you get whats in the picture then it will work but there is no mention of it in the specs, its definatly not the newer express cards so you should be ok.


Do you know what they are used for? Out of curiosity I've looked around the internet but I haven't found any useful adapters for it - weird that its on all newer laptops (that I've seen) but doesn't appear to be used.
#10
Voted hot. I think these were at Ebuyer last week just below £6, only a few in stock though.
#11
callum9999
Do you know what they are used for? Out of curiosity I've looked around the internet but I haven't found any useful adapters for it - weird that its on all newer laptops (that I've seen) but doesn't appear to be used.


They are quite handy and I have one on my laptop that I dont use but if you want to upgrade your laptop you can use the expresscard to add a better soundcard, better wifi, tv card, firewire etc.. or if your onboard wifi is broken then just use an expresscard one, its just a newer version of PCMCIA.
#12
Slightly better value than those Xbox ones!
#13
Will I get better performance from a G+mimo router with this card, or can I only be as fast as the weakest link?
#14
Weakest link I think.
#15
Wodja
Well thats what the picture is showing so if you get whats in the picture then it will work but there is no mention of it in the specs, its definatly not the newer express cards so you should be ok.


Yea, but the price says £5.86 under that, and it isnt. ;)
#16
mccririck
Weakest link I think.


Thanks.
#17
callum9999
Do you know what they are used for? Out of curiosity I've looked around the internet but I haven't found any useful adapters for it - weird that its on all newer laptops (that I've seen) but doesn't appear to be used.


All the things that PCMCIA is used for, Wifi cards, TV Cards, Sound cards, adding extra ports and so on.
#18
Wodja
All the OP done wrong was forgot to add the P&P charges, older members of the site do this all the time. Its cheap even with the P&P.


Thats right, and if we dont tell them how wil they learn. Sometime the p+p makes a difference to the deal, in this case it did not because as you say it was still a hot deal, which I voted accordinly. The context of my comment was in answer to some other comment and was not aimed at this poster. :p





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#19
Needed a spare one of these for an old laptop - heat added.
banned#20
Good deal!
#21
Wodja
They are quite handy and I have one on my laptop that I dont use but if you want to upgrade your laptop you can use the expresscard to add a better soundcard, better wifi, tv card, firewire etc.. or if your onboard wifi is broken then just use an expresscard one, its just a newer version of PCMCIA.


Thanks, I've just never seen a range of cards for them, unlike the hundreds for the old slot.
#22
callum9999
Thanks, I've just never seen a range of cards for them, unlike the hundreds for the old slot.

That's because the old Cardbus slot allowed you to add Ethernet Cards, USB Cards, Sound Cards, Wireless Cards, etc. etc.

Modern laptops already have all those things inbuilt (and more !) so it stands to reason there's a vastly smaller market.
#23
Dammnit, went to order one as I was looking for one just last week... it's £9.99 + P&P now tho!
#24
StueyB,

Great find indeed. My friend's old laptop needed a wireless option. So went for this.

Heat and rep added. Thanks very much

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