Its a great card, really handy on my work laptop which I didn't order with the built in 802.11B mini-pci card. I only have 2 gripes about it. 1. I use windows 2000 pro (company mandate) at work and the connection software that comes with it for windows 2000 sucks, plus I can't get the 802.1X authentication MS client software to work with it for the office. 2. The range is about 1/2 of what my Linksys a/b/g card does. I go to coffee shops alot and around here almost all of them have free wireless, and I have to sit fairly close to the building to get a signal from the patio, but with my Linksys card I can sit on the far side of the patio near the lake. Other than those 2 issues I like it, its convienient, works with most access points a/b/g that I've connected to, and the power consumption is lower than any of the other 802.11X cards I have tried out. I work for a network consulting firm who is an authorized Cisco, 3Com, and Entrasys dealer, so I got mine through our 3Com sales rep. before it was released.
Dell Latitude C400, Intel 830MG chipset, P3M-1.33Ghz, 1024Ram, 40Gig HDD, 12.1" Display. Orderd today 2003-11-21 : AW-Area-51m2, 3.0Ghz, 1024Ram, 16.1-UltraXGA, 60Gig 7200RPM, ATI Radeon 9600 128Mg, 802.11a/g/b mini-pci