Originally Posted by somms
Yeah, that is the Atheros Mini-PCIe. Wonder why the charge so much for it in Denmark since Lenovo US is now only charging $53 for the same...http://support.dell.com/support/edoc...ec.htm#toc_120
As far as having internal EV-DO and WLAN, the best you could do with Dell's current configuration would be to use the Sierra Mini-PCIe EV-DO card together with the Dell TrueMobile 1390 ExpressCard linked above...
You really should stop posting about the IBM sierra wireless card for the Dell E1705, I followed that direction based on your post, paid $32+shipping for the card, it DOES NOT work in the E1705/9400. I sent you a PM if you have actually installed and used this card and you have not responded. After extensive testing, it appears the E1705 needs to be tested with this card by dell, and it appears there is a power voltage issue or other problem that prevents this card from operating. It will install, be detected but gives low power signals and does not repsond to standard diagnostics, or initializations. Will prob need a bios upgrade from dell and that only comes when they test this item.
If you all are looking for a solution to your PC card broadband wireless CDMA 3G modems, either wait for the U132 adaptor in a month or so, or just wait for dell, they are supposed to have a solution by May of this year possibly for thier laptops. Otherwise it is the KR1 router =)