The Belkin N1 adapter is a little better than the competition, but that's not saying much. Hold off on buying Draft N networking equipment for now.
While the Buffalo AirStation Nfiniti notebook adapter made a good showing in mixed-mode throughput testing, we still think it's too early to invest in Draft N technology.
The Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO Notebook Card can't compete with another member of Belkin's wireless-adapter family, the Pre-N PC Card, but it compares decently with other pre-802.11n/MIMO adapters and kills the plain 11g competition.
This MIMO card's reliability issues mean you're better off paying more for a better product.
The WPC54G is a great value and a good way for families or businesses on a budget to add 802.11g to a laptop.
The speedy USR5410 can't escape its installation, security, and support shortcomings; D-Link's DWL-G650 is a more polished alternative.
This easy-to-install notebook card offers speedy performance and comes with the best warranty in the business.
The SMC2336W-AG offers blazing throughput but not much else. If you are looking for a well-rounded dual-band card, check out our Editors' Choice, the Linksys WPC55AG.
As versatile as it is inexpensive, the Linksys WPC55AG is an excellent choice for those commuting between 802.11a and 802.11b/g networks.
High throughput, long range, and lots of options make this wireless dual-band card an excellent choice for business users on the go, but consumers should pick a product with friendlier software.