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Author Topic: Wireless network: JAHT or Planet, Crap or not?  (Read 1443 times)
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« on: October 25, 2004, 04:04:33 AM »

I need a 802.11g network card for another computer in my house, these are the cheapest cards on newegg:

PLANET 802.11g card
JAHT card

Does anybody know anything about these companies? Are their products garbage? Should I just tell the interested party they can buy a D-link card at bestbuy for 29.99 with a mail-in-rebate?  I'm not paying for it, but my younger sister doesn't have much cash to throw around, and it's not hugely important because she only gets to use her computer here on the weekends. That's why I was looking for the cheapest card I could find that would do the job. All she needs to do is browse the internet, and check email with that PC.

The JAHT card has one review saying it works fine, which is something I suppose.


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« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2004, 01:12:56 PM »

Although I have never heard of those brands, NICs can be generic and still work well.  Check out their web sites and see how often they udates the drivers.
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