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    TRENDnet TEW-202CF WiFi CompactFlash card
    Author: Drew Lanclos
    Date Posted: June 7th, 2002
    SLRating: SLRating: 9.5/10
    Bottom Line: A surprisingly good performer in a tiny package.

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    Pros & Cons

    Pros

    • Easy to use
    • Supports Linux and early versions of Windows CE
    • Very fast
    • Small profile

    Cons

    • Doesn't support the Palm platform

    Conclusion

    There's not really a whole lot I can say other that to acknowledge the usefulness of this card. Anyone reading this article no doubt already has plans of what can be done with an Ethernet connection on a portable device. If you're still sitting on the fence as to whether or not to implement 802.11b in your house, or whether or not to add it to your PDA, this card really should win you over. Its driver support is robust and solid, and the performance is great.

    It's also only $110, which is on the low pricing end for CompactFlash/PCMCIA WiFi cards. Using it in a laptop only requires a $20 CF-Type II adapter, so your total cost is still under $150, the average rate for PCMCIA WiFi cards. Either way, it's definitely worth checking out.

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