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Belkin

Belkin N1 Wireless Notebook Card

3.1
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SG$ 68.00
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Description

  • Device Type - Notebook Card
  • - Stream HD Video
  • - Listen to digital music
  • Patent-pending network status display keeps tabs on all functions
  • - Play online games

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Customer Reviews

updated review: This product works fine in Windows 7Ok, so i figured i'd give a quick update. I used this card in my new Dell with windows 7 64bit. It works perfectly fine and connects at 300mb at 40hz and 135mb at 20hz. my previous issue must have been my pc or windows XP.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I read mixed reviews about this product and decided to purchase it anyway becuase the price was really cheap $10. I guess I got what i paid for, which was a cheap piece of crap. The thing is there is something wrong with either the drivers for this device or the model. I noticed i was given the earlier model which apparently has lots of issues. My plan is to contact belkin support to see if they can provide me with a replacement since there is a lifetime warranty. If that works, then the $10 investment will be worth it. In the meantime, i'm stuck with a device that won't work properly... at least not with windows XP.If your thinking about purchasing this product, listen to the other reviews that state that the product is no good... if the deal seems too good to be true... then it likely is. I would suggest going for one of the usb wireless N devices like Trendnet (which works great (only connects at 135/150 mb TEW-644UB). I also have the Belkin wireless N+ router and a hawking wireless N repeater... the Belkin card disconnects from both.As they say...buyer beware! 4Great price and it works fineMy older Acer laptop's built in wireless card quit working, so I got this to be able to go online using my Belkin N wireless router. I just followed the instructions and loaded the driver software before initially plugging the card in. When the laptop is powered down, I did find that it's best to wait until the laptop is fired up before inserting the card. As soon as the card is inserted, it connects to my network in just a few seconds with no issues. 5Belkin sucksI read a lot of reviews and lean on them when I buy something, so if you are like me then listen up. I have had few bad belkin products and this is one of them. I could never connect it to the laptop and it took 99% of the resources, so it basically locked it up. It worked great for about a month but then it took a nose dive. I tried to update the drivers from belkin but it locked up my computer and I had to reinstall windows and all my other programs. DO NOT BUY THIS!!!!! 1Terrible deviceOver the years I have had several wireless notebook cards. The Belkin N1 card is the worst I have ever had. With my laptop on my lap in the living room about 15 feet from my Belkin N1 wireless router it gets only a fair signal and can't connect at full speed. 50 feet away in my home office it gets no signal at all. My older pre-N notebook card gets a very good signal in my office so this the one I use even though it can't take advantage of full N1 connection speeds. Don't buy the N1 wireless notebook card, the pre-N is a much better device. 1New wireless for old laptopThe biggest problem with older laptops is lack of wireless. I tried a USB wireless adapter, and my old HP ze5170 seemed to have a new breath of life. Until a few minutes went by, and then browser links simply did not respond. Had to cycle power, and then it would work again. For a few minutes.You know that message you get sometimes about "This device would work faster on a USB 2.0 port?" Normally, that just means your device runs more slowly. But when the wireless channel speed is 150M and the poor old USB port can do only 12M, apparently overruns and/or buffer overflows just lock things up.Enter the old PCMCIA card! Plugs in, has fast parallel interface, works first time, every time. For 10 bucks. Can't beat it.P.S. Just let Windows manage the wireless; I have had problems any time I tried to use a manufacturer's. 5DO NOT BUY THIS!This product has major bugs and Belkin knows it. If you are upgrading from another card or Belkin product, it will not work. An attempted upgrade from a Belkin Pre-N card cut my throughput in half (from 108mbps to 54). The N1 will not uninstall and Belkin customer service cannot fix the problem without an engineer going into the System Registry on my computer. I've spent hours on this and am worse off than before the "upgrade." Belkin indicated it would be 2 days before an engineer can call me back to attempt a work around so the card can be uninstalled without crashing my wireless network. The product should never have been released. STAY AWAY. 1Doesn't seem to work to wellWell, first off, I'm not sure if it's the card, or the N1 router itself, but ever since I installed the new N1 serious wireless in my home, I have had nothing but problems and poor connectivity. They clam that the N1 has extended range, I went back to my Pre N wireless and got twice the range and way better reliebility then with the N1. The concept seems good and the descriptions are great, but i can't say I feel the product is what they say it is. 2Way better than the GI have the Belkin G card because I mostly worked in the room where the wireless modem sits. Needless to say as I ventured out into the rest of my house I wanted a stronger signal that wouldn't drop off. This card is great, it was basically a plug and play set up and my signal carries outside in my front and back yard. I will probably upgrade my wireless modem so that I can stream in my garage but really this card does exactly what it's supposed to. Belkin rocks! 5Good, inexpensive wireless cardI have a Dell Latitude laptop, one of the old ones, with only two USB's. A USB card, and a webcam would not work together. So I decided to get a card for the Cardbus slot so I could ooVoo, Skype, etc. Works with no problem, and costs much less than the USB card I bought at Walmart. The USB card didn't support wireless N, and this card does. Installation was hassle-free, and range is better than that of a USB card. Be careful, as it doesn't work on some IBM computers. 5It worksI read reviews of the Belkin N-1 networking family and was scared to leave my pre-N system behind. However, my Pre-N router died and true to their word Belkin promptly replaced it. At this point I was willing to invest in a Belkin's N-1 laptop card just to see how it performed. In fact I bought 2. I installed one card in a couple of year old Dell which is in an upstairs location while the router is downstairs. The laptop reports a very good to excellent signal amd "300 mbps" - it is noticable faster in pulling files from other network devices. The other laptop is a bit older Gateway. It too is upstairs, directly overhead from the router. It does not report as strong of a signal but seems to get the job done and reports faster than "108 mbps" and sometimes "300 mbps". While I have not experimented with placing the stronger signaled Dell in the location of the Gateway to see how it performs, I suspect that the difference is attributable to the Gateway being older technology.The greatest challenge I had with setting up the network was with security. I succeeded with the security mode of WPA/WPA-2 Personal (PSK); Authentication of WPA/PSK; Encryption Technique of AES (I could not establish connection between my computers using TKP Encryption Technique).In summary, setting up the network took some effort and familiarity with networks - how to set and change properties in the network connection both on the laptops and the browser interface with the router. Once the network was established its performance has been reliable and faster. All-in-all I would not make the investment to surf-the-net but if you access larger files, like photographs, from another computer or network drive, you will notice the difference - if the bandwidth of the hardware you are using is on par with the N-1 capabilities. To make this come true for me I upgraded the NIC in my computers which are hardwired to the router to 1Gb technology. The upgrade was worthwhile given that my network drive, where photographs are stored is capable of a transfer rate of 250 mbps and my zip drive is USB 2.0. In other words, all of my hardware is capable of faster transfer rates. 5
Belkin N1 Wireless Notebook Card

Belkin N1 Wireless Notebook Card

3.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
SG$ 68.00
Sale price
SG$ 68.00
Regular price
SG$ 112.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (SG$ 44.00)