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Edimax EW-7728IN / PCI Wireless N WiFi Card / 300mbps / 802.11n

Manufacturer: Edimax

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  Superb

| | See all Pheonyx's reviews (1)

Superb card, easy to install and with its windows 7 compatibility it rates highly, especially considering its price.

Excellent signal strength and the utility that comes to mange it is brilliant.

  Excellent wireless card

| | See all LizAndALilacPoint's reviews (1)

Works 100% out of the box with Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04. Upgrade from Edimax EW-7128G but still on wireless g router. Signal increase from 45-50% to 70-80%, very few drop outs now. Recommended for Linux guys.

  Oustanding card

| | See all Traceyd92's reviews (3)

Great card, good for streaming and works without using the edimax software. The only downside is the price; it was initially gbp17.99 when I bought it and I was considering buuying another, but not for just under gbp30.

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  Edimax wireless PCI card

| | See all th3shep2007's reviews (3)

What can i say apart from top notch, installed in to my pc switched on and win7 installed strait away didnt even need to install any drivers win7 did it all for me, great signal aswell this is a must buy...

  Good Wireless card

| | See all NickInvisible's reviews (4)

I also bought this wireless card when it was under £18. Plug, Install, Find and just browse. Except that I think in a while it just block the Intel 82566DC Gigabit Network Integrated card so I could work long with it. Except that the card is with good range and high speed. (Dell Dimension 9200)

  Problem with 64-bit Vista

| | See all Jead64's reviews (20)

When it works it is fine, when it doesn't you'll find that your screen is going blue (as in screen of death) with alaming frequency. The problem appears to be with 64-bit Vista. Tried the latest drivers with no improvement. As long as you're using 32-bit Vista, give this one a go. It promised a lot.

  its great

| | See all r1sh12's reviews (11)

installed it to my pc, installed the edimax drivers (i know there are issues, the ralink site was being really slow). Then vista 64 bit updated the driver its self using windows update, if you want to avoid the edimax driver, use a lan connection and let windows update do the rest for it.
Works great with the bt home hub.

  good value and works straight out of box

| | See all Hokster's reviews (1)

slotted it into my PC. boot up. downloaded the latest driver from my laptop. loaded it all in Windows 7 RC, instant recognised my wifi signal from edimax router. speed between 54-150Mbit in various rooms with granite walls in between. Easy and good signal.

  Worked fine on vista 64 for 2 days

| | See all Yozora's reviews (1)

I installed the drivers from the website before I got the card and when I inserted the card it worked fine on vista 64 with the O2 router.

Edit: After using it for 2 days, it started to cause my computer to freeze when I start playing online games. Googled the problem, found many with the same problem...
It seems that the drivers on the edimax website arent really suitable for vista 64 either.

I've installed the Ralink drivers instead found on the ralink website (you need the RT2860 drivers for this card)

Hopefully its fixed now, but I will test for a few days first and report my findings :p