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Edimax EW-7711IN 150Mbps Wireless 32-Bit PCI Adapter

by Edimax

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N150 wireless
  • Complies with wireless 802.11b/g/n standards with data rate up to 150Mbps
  • Increases wireless coverage 3 times further
  • Detachable antenna with long length cable provides convenience to locate the antenna
  • Includes multi-language EZmax setup wizard
  • Supports 64/128-bit WEP, WPA , WPA2 encryption and WPS-compatible
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Frequently Bought Together

Edimax EW-7711IN 150Mbps Wireless 32-Bit PCI Adapter + TP-Link TL-ANT2405C 2.4GHz 5dbi Indoor Omni-Directional Antenna + TP-Link TL-WN851ND 300Mbps Wireless N PCI Adapter
Price For All Three: £29.25

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Product Information

Style Name: N150 wireless
Technical Details
BrandEdimax
Item Weight236 g
Product Dimensions12.1 x 12.8 x 2.2 cm
Item model numberEW-7711IN
ColorGreen
Wireless Type802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
  
Additional Information
ASINB003LRYXXY
Best Sellers Rank 17,058 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight259 g
Date First Available11 May 2010
  
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Product Description

Style Name: N150 wireless

Product Description

EW-7711In is a 32-bit wireless PCI adapter which provides a simple and easy way to add or upgrade wireless connectivity to your desktop or notebook computer. This PCI adapter supports higher data rates up to 150Mpbs when connected to a wireless 802.11n device. You can also connect to any public wireless hotspot for Internet to retrieve e-mail, surf web sites or use instant messaging. EW-77711In gives you the freedom to join the network.

Complies with wireless 802.11b/g/n devices with data rate up to 150Mbps

With the latest wireless 802.11n technology, EW-7711In can increase the coverage 3 times more and reduce "dead spots" within the wireless range. The transmission data rate when connected to wireless 802.11n devices can reach up to 150Mbps, making signal travel further and guarantee wireless connections compared to a standard wireless 802.11b/g network.

Supports multi-language EZmax setup wizard

The included 16 languages EZmax setup wizard and friendly UI will walk you through configuring EW-7711In to your wireless network.

Detachable antenna

The detachable antenna with extended cable let you relocate the antenna to receive the best signals. Also, you can change to any external detachable dipole antenna (Connector: RP-SMA ), EW-7711In is your choice for wireless connection!

Wireless Security

EW-7711In supports 64/128-bit WEP data encryption that protects your wireless network from eavesdropping. It also supports WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) feature that combines IEEE 802.1x and TKIP (Temporal Key Integrity Protocol) technologies. Furthermore, this adaptor supports WPA2 and WPS functions, WPA2 provides a stronger encryption mechanism through AES (Advanced Encryption Standard), which is a requirement for some corporate and government users. Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) is a standard for easy and secure establishment of a wireless network. EW-7711In supports software WPS-compatible configuration. When both ends of the wireless connection use wireless solution with WPS, it will automatically configure the wireless network with robust WPA data encryption and authentication.

Product Description

32-bit PCI Adapter

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tell None on 23 July 2013
Style Name: N600 Dual band wireless Verified Purchase
This card EW-7722PnD is exactly the same as Asus N53/300 wifi card (edimax build both cards in their factory from what I can suss including another called Rosewill in USA)

Anyway, card has full accelleration Ralink hardware chip onboard which still hangs onto a signal reading at 100(ie worst,weakest signal)

When you install this on Win 7 64bit,
- update driver and download direct from M/soft as they have a newer 2013 driver unobtainable from the Ralink website-Win Drivers section which works very well.

Beats any previous WIFI cards I have owned, including the older ralink chipped Linksys card - which I also think is great (with Ralink drivers - don't download anything from linksys website!)

You can usually buy this card cheaper - cos people don't know the Edimax brand-name in UK. I got it for £22.50
(If you hunt around you can buy these cards for £15.00 delivered in PCI version)

To sum up - no probs connecting to router, no disconections or drop outs (even when signal is reduced to almost nothing - it hangs on in there!

Fantastic card for my use!

(I returned some useless N15 Asus wifi cards (with hacked down realtec chips, which offload onto the cpu) causing all sorts of problems, dropped connection, no connection except with perfect signal etc)
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Nigel Buckley on 26 Feb 2011
Style Name: N150 wireless Verified Purchase
I bought this to replace a Belkin card that I bought that would not install on Windows 7 64 bit. (See my Belkin n1 review for more details) This Edimax card went in, installed the drivers but would not connect. In Network and Sharing it showed as disabled and, no matter what I did, it would not allow itself to be enabled. Several emails to Edimax support later and trying various things, it suddenly started to work! It seems that Zone Alarm was somehow stopping the connection, even though it was shut down. The Customer support I had from Edimax was excellent, I was in touch with one tech who dealt with my emails with patience and understanding; I have never ventured into wireless networking before and didn't really know what I was doing. Anyway, after all the faffing about, the card works brilliantly with full signal strength. For the price paid, this card is excellent. The customer support is worth far more than five stars and is light years ahead of some other companies. This product is highly recommended not only because of the price and quality of the card, the customer service is quite simply the best I've come across and is worth ten stars. I'd have been really stuck without it!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By fleamour on 17 Feb 2012
Style Name: N300 wireless
I bought this card for it's (supposed) Win 7 and Linux compatibility. Linux works fine with non standard kernel driver (needs reinstalling every new kernel upgrade.) But Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit is another matter! Network will dive anywhere from half an hour to ten minutes after resume from sleep. Maybe it's my router? But I guess I'll never know. I contacted Edimax & got the silent treatment. Shame really, but avoid unless you have a Linux box only.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John on 26 Dec 2010
Style Name: N150 wireless Verified Purchase
I was very happy with this wireless adapter,no problem install it using windows xp, got 54 Mbps two rooms away and solid walls.Got full speed 15 megs as with my usb wireles pen I was only getting 8 megs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By До Свидания И Удачи on 7 Jan 2012
Style Name: N150 wireless Verified Purchase
Installation/setup was quick and easy. I just plugged it into a PCI slot, switched on and entered the key for my home network. The connection has been trouble-free so far. The only snag is that my daughter reports that it always initially tries to connect to a BTFon signal, so she has to connect it manually. It's pretty minor, and I can probably disable the BTFon. All in all, a good buy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By lemonsyay on 17 Dec 2011
Style Name: N300 wireless
It tells me I have 2 bars of signal while my laptop has full bars in the same place. This card is extremely temperamental. Sometimes it works just fine but then it will tell me that it has limited access even though every other electrical device can connect fine. It will then miraculously loose signal to every other router down my road causing me to wait as it systematically rediscovers them all. I constantly have to move the antennas to get a signal which causes them to become loose and I have to screw them back in again.
You should avoid at all costs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By redner on 27 Dec 2012
Style Name: N300 wireless
I recently had a Super Hub off my service provider that should have provided me with a better wireless connection. The wireless card that was already fitted into my PC did not have WPA so I purchased the Edimax internet card for my PC. As it has already been stated here this wireless card is a pain to use. The internet connection starts and stops intermittently then stops altogether for a long time. My pc even tells me occasionally that this card does not exist on my PC and I have to re-install it. When I installed the drivers for this wireless card on my Windows XP a message informed me that I might have problems using the Edimax card with Windows on this PC and I should contact Edimax. My wirelss laptop (that does not have an Edimax internet card) works fine with my internet. I have owned this Edimax card for a Month and I have had enough of it now.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DB on 15 Mar 2012
Style Name: N150 wireless
I bought this to upgrade from a TP-Link card in my desktop which worked okay but being a few years old was only 802.11g capable. As I have three 802.11n enabled laptops, I thought I'd upgrade the desktop card so they're all on 802.11n. Uninstalled the TP-Link card, took it out, put the Edimax in and fired up the desktop, running Win 7 64. Windows informed me it couldn't instal my new hardware, there's a surprise! I had already downloaded the latest driver from Edimax before I got the card anyway, ran the driver install only, not the software, as others have said, you don't need the software, the card installed straight away and is working fine. I now get an excellent signal and 65Mbps instead of the 54Mbps which I got on the 802.11g card. If I set the router to 20/40mz. I get 150Mbps on all the PC's. I don't set it there though as it can cause stability issues and 65Mbps is plenty good enough anyway, but the card is capable of it. All in all, a great wireless PCI card for just over a tenner.
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