Netgear WPN511 RangeMax 802.11g MIMO Notebook Adapter


#1

#2

lol wootcast is from wootoff


#3

Theme for wooting off???


#4

So is this for Wi-Fi or do you have to have a subscription to a wireless service?


#5

Refurbished no drivers if you only have one computer is a nightmare. You need the driver to get on-line to download the drivers.

Cheap price is VERY nice if you have another system or a friend to burn them on to media for you.


#6

Rats. I need 1 for Visa.


#7

uhh … it’s wi-fi, 802.11g with some semi-advanced features


#8

Listen to the wootcast- it’s from the 15th


#9

My laptop doesn’t have a slot for this. I see fewer and fewer card slots in laptops these days.


#10

Hey… Vista is not mentioned in the description… Do you think it will work with vista?


#11

True, but chances are if you are purchasing something from w00t, you have a connection to the internet.


#12

A wootoff on sellout? Thats weird! I love the woot off song though!


#13

Froogle


#14

According to netgear.com support, there is a driver for Vista as of Oct 18, 07.


#15

Well I’d hope so, Yet doesn’t mean you have the ability to burn or transfer drivers.


#16

works with linux…ubuntu 7.10 and mint 4.0…
plug and play…


#17

great woot for tuesday… don’t you agree?.. love netgear gear… and here’s useful linkage w/ CSE links… they’re usually reasonably useful…


#18

Bought one for my Dad. He just got a Netgear G Mimo router and was looking for one, heh.


#19

netgear is good (thats all I use at home) but this is old technology…I guess if you have a notebook built before the turn of the century…Who buys a laptop without builtin wifi? Or better yet you wont be able to take it to your next laptop because all the current stuff (for a while now) is PC ExpressCard built on the PCIE technology since newer systems no longer user the PCI bus.


#20

PWNED!