Your needs might not be so The Canon CF still works fine. USB is more widely used than CF, that’s true. I can use it on anything, place it near a coffeeshop window while far from it, and even add better antennae. Of course, I’m vying for better coverage of free hotspots on the go. If you choose to go with an internal combo card, make sure your machine is listed as being “wireless upgradeable. Hi As stated in the subject line, I am experiencing problems with the wifi-connection on one of my T61’s, running Linux Mint 19 Xfce After working
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X21 wifi connection: pcmcia or usb stick or minipci card ??? – Thinkpads Forum
I personally don’t like USB Wifi adapters because they are clunkier. Goodbye Lorita, wherever you’ve gone Hi As stated in the subject line, I am experiencing problems with the wifi-connection on one of my T61’s, running Linux Mint 19 Xfce After working Hello, I just got my new atheros ar, but I for got how I the antennas were oriented before I took my old wifi card out?
The CF adapter I am using sticks out of the left side of the computer around 1. No registered users and 3 guests. It is not a radio conflict.
The advantage of this one is that it works flawlessly it gets a better signal than a couple of Wifi PC Cards I have, and that it has a Prism chipset, so it works in Linux out of the box.
Who is online Users browsing this forum: T61 – CTO – T – I selected the Canon, because the seller says it is brand new and made in japan, and Canon is a big name, not about computer stuff though. Plus, there’s SDIO as well if it does have a reader.
I was rather disappointed when I found out my X21 didn’t have enough juice for the external 2. It wirelesw fine on my X TP, CS, half destr.
Problem with wifi-connection on t61 running Linux Mint 19 Xfce. The Canon CF still works fine. If you choose to go with an internal combo card, make sure your machine is listed as being “wireless upgradeable.
Even Ambicom has a newer one that might be better less power consumption, and higher transfer speeds if you only plan to use Windows. I’m now using an X24 because of that.
I can use it on anything, place it near a coffeeshop window while far from it, and even add better antennae. I think it’s unlikely a USB Wifi adapter might run into that sort of problem, but you should keep that in mind.
Wireless LAN CF Card (Type II for PDA, K30225)
Where can I find windows It is very small, only 10 mm outside and the antenna is very cool, never need to pull it up. Anyone has any such experience using CF and PC cards at the same time?
Unfortunately such a neat comb does not work together.
I might try a different CF WiFi card, there are two or three different brands on ebay, all are deadly cheap, but 11b though.
USB is more widely used than CF, that’s true. Of wirelesz, I’m vying for better coverage of free hotspots on the go.
You can pull it and use it on a desktop, or add a cable to extend the range. Your needs might not be so Installation in Windows is also very painless, you iwreless get the driver from ambicom.
If you use Linux, the one I have is better though, since they moved to a more problematic m30225 with the newer one. I am unable to run an external HD out of the X21, with no problems in the Wirelesz, even though both are supposed to have the same power rating. I’d say stick with USB, and here’s why: This is not the only Wifi CF card out there, there are quite a few.