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141. D-Link DSS-16+ Bundle (Get 5 Free
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142. D-Link Hub4Port 10 Or 100 4RJ45
$15.00 list($129.99)
143. D-Link DWL-500 11Mb Wireless LAN
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144. D-Link DSC-350 8MB Dual Mode Digital
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145. D-Link DP-101 Ethernet Print Server
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146. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs RJ45
147. D-Link DWL-AG520 Wireless PCI
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148. D-Link Print Server 10/100 RJ45
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149. D-Link 56K/9600 PCMCIA V90 10/100BT
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150. D-Link DSB-R100 USB FM Radio with
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151. D-Link Hub9Port 10MBs8RJ45 1BNC
$12.00 list($69.00)
152. D-Link DHN-520 10MB Home Phoneline
$14.99 list($69.99)
153. D-Link USB 4 Port Multifunction
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154. D-Link DSH-16 10/100 Dual Speed
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155. D-Link Router ISDN 10MBs 6Port
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156. D-Link 56K V90 External USB Fax/Modem
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157. D-Link DMF-560TXD Ethernet PC
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158. D-Link DWL-920 USB Wireless Kit
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159. D-Link Hub 12Port 10MBs 12RJ45
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160. D-Link Enet/Fast Enet ISDN Router

141. D-Link DSS-16+ Bundle (Get 5 Free DFE-530TX+ Cards)
list price: $539.99
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Asin: B00005ATXI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 64926
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DSS-16+ is a powerful desktop dual-speed 16-port 10/100 MbpsEthernet/Fast Ethernet n-way auto-negotiating switch. It functionally eliminatesunnecessary traffic and relieves data congestion by delivering dedicatedbandwidth for each of the 16 ports. An individual port can connect to either anEthernet or Fast Ethernet device, and n-way auto-negotiation automaticallydetermines the transmission speed of the attached device on each port.

Providing dynamic buffer allocation, the DSS-16+ employs network load balancingfor faster data handling. The DSS-16+ uses fast store-and-forward architectureto ensure low latency and high data integrity, and it supports stacking throughtwo MDI-II shared uplink ports.

In this bundle, the DSS-16+ switch comes with five free DFE-530TX+ Wakeup-on-LANnetwork interface cards (NICs). The DFE-530TX+ card is an Ethernet adapter forPCs, high-end workstations, and workgroup file servers. Realtek's RTL8139Asingle-chip Fast Ethernet controller uses the bus master burst mode to directlytransfer data between the card and the host computer's memory. This spares thehost's workload by bypassing its CPU. Eliminating network bottlenecks, this PCIadapter also works with videographic or multimedia stations.

The NICs come with easy-to-use plug-and-play installation. The software supportsWindows for Workgroups; Windows 95, 98, and NT 4.0; LanMan; Novell; and Linux.

D-Link offers a lifetime warranty for both the DSS-16+ router and the DFE-530TX+cards. ... Read more

Features

  • 16-port switch delivers dedicated bandwidth to each port and unclogs traffic
  • 2 built-in MDI-II RJ-45 shared uplink ports
  • Each port can connect to Ethernet or Fast Ethernet devices
  • Each port matches PC/network card speed
  • Comes with 5 free DFE-530TX+ Ethernet adapter cards

142. D-Link Hub4Port 10 Or 100 4RJ45 Dual Speed User Selectable
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B00004Z7QJ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 64912
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143. D-Link DWL-500 11Mb Wireless LAN PCI Network Card
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B000051SHN
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 23193
Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DWL-500 is a high-speed 11 Mbps Ethernet wireless networkadapter that plugs into your PC's PCI bus slot. Once connected with othernetworked PCs, it allows you to share hard disk drives, DVD drives, CD drives,Zip drives, printers, or a modem for Internet access.

You can use the DWL-500 either with or without access points. If used withaccess points, the DWL-500 can be connected to a broadband residential gatewayor a to cable/DSL modem for high-speed wireless Internet access on an existingnetwork. Supporting a 2.4 GHz direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) frequencyrange for wireless networks, the DWL-500 features full mobility and seamlessroaming from cell to cell, or across access points, at distances of up to 328feet per cell indoors and up to 984 feet outdoors.

Bandwidth data transmission rates can be set manually at 11, 5.5, 2, or 1 Mbpsper channel, or you can use the system's dynamic auto-sensing configuration toautomatically determine the best rate.

Adhering strictly to the IEEE 802.11b networking standard for wirelessconnections, the D-Link DWL-500 provides full compatibility with multiple vendorenvironments using IEEE 802.11b standards. The DWL-500 also provides wiredequivalent privacy (WEP) encryption for network security.

D-Link provides a lifetime warranty and free technical support for the DWL-500wireless network card. ... Read more

Features

  • High-speed 11 Mbps Ethernet wireless network adapter
  • Share hard drives, printers, and a modem for Internet access
  • For desktop PCs
  • Indoor range of 115 to 328 feet; outdoor range of 328 to 984 feet
  • PCI local bus 2.2 compliant

Reviews (10)

2-0 out of 5 stars Focus on the specific card not the technology
I agree with most reviewers that wireless technology is fantastically liberating, particularly in the house when you don't want to drill holes. I also agree it's easy to set up. I've tried three different manufacturers products and they're all pretty easy to configure. However just because the technology in general is great doesn't mean this specific card is, relative to it's peers. In my house this D-Link card gets very low to non-existant signal. A computer next to it, with a Lucent Orinoco card gets full signal. I've tried moving them around and the Lucent consistently out-performs the D-Link. If you have an open plan room for your installation then no problem the D-Link works just fine, but if there are a few walls in the way, then buyer beware, not all cards are created equal.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lives up to its Promise and Performs Great
I bought one of these (Wireless PCI NIC)for my computer upstairs along with an Access Point because I was hesitent on drilling holes in my walls and running Ethernet Cable.

To say the least I am pleasently suprised. The installation was without hassle and it performs like it says it should. I have Cable Access and I just plug this into my switch/firewall and it braodcasts the signal upstairs. I get Very Good signal strength and I don't see a difference in connection speeds to the Internet from the computer with the wireless connection to the computers hard wired.

I would buy another in a heartbeat, but first I need another computer.

1-0 out of 5 stars An old and neglected product
I have used this card (PCI adapter and PCMIA card) with win 98 and had no real problems except for a weak reception, but it thought that had something to do with the fact that its an old pc
which probably causes a lot of electromagnetic interference.
Changing to a newer Pc, i decided to use win XP. The drivers for
XP, do not really work properly. You can't boot up the system.
Ok so we start again, with win2000 this time. Everything seemed to work fine. Allthough uninstalling previous installation of the
drivers is near impossible. ├Łour have to mess around in the registry (don't like that). Nervertheless it seemed to work, then I noticed that the connection was interupted (eventhough it says it has a strong signal) after about 5 min.. After a reboot of the PC or the gateway it worked again. Funny so i try to reinstall the drivers and to my horror now windows wont boot up (as xp did) with the cards in the pc.
This is not good enough.... If i can make decent drivers for win98 then I could do the same for 2000 or XP right.

4-0 out of 5 stars I bought them despite poor reviews...
I bought a pair of DWL-500 and an SMC7004AWBR router over the weekend. I put DWL-500 on both Windows ME and XP with little difficulties. I did have fairly loaded systems so it took me a while to free an IRQ on the system running XP. After that, it was only a matter of installing drivers, PCI card, and then it's all done. Installation on ME was only a series of reboots due to the architecture of ME. Both systems perform well so far; I haven't experienced any reset or interruptions. I am pretty satisfied with

1-0 out of 5 stars IRQ Problems
I bought the D-Link DWL-500 and tried to install in my new Dell Dimension 4400 running XP. Initial instalation went okay but subsequently was unable to re-boot...got blue screen of death specifying IRQ conflict with card in. If I removed card, computer would boot, but would freeze if I pushed the card in. Called D-Link support who told me to call motherboard manufacturer. Tried removing other cards (modem, sound card) to see if I could get DWL card to work, hoping then to reinstall others, but no luck. De-installed all software/hardware. Still get a system error message on re-boot! I have seen others say they used DWL with XP but I haven't been able to. ... Read more


144. D-Link DSC-350 8MB Dual Mode Digital Web Camera
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B0000501EO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 28556
Average Customer Review: 3.27 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DSC-350 dual-mode camera is a multipurpose digital camera with a high-speed USB interface. Combining the features of a digital still capture camera, a digital video camera, and a PC Webcam, the convenient pocket-sized DSC-350 boasts 8 MB of flash memory for storing up to 145 still images at 640 x 480 resolution or up to 4.5 minutes of video.

The USB interface easily connects the DSC-350 digital camera to a PC to download stored images or video for editing. You can then use Webcam mode to capture images, create video e-mails, or videoconference directly from the PC.

Bundled digital photo/video editing and videoconferencing software lets you print, store, share, edit, e-mail, or even post your captured memories to the Web. The MGI PhotoSuite III SE software allows easy editing and modification of digital photos. MGI VideoWave III SE software lets you combine video clips, add sound, and then save or publish the images on the Internet. The DSC-350 runs under Microsoft NetMeeting for videoconference calls over the Internet or phone line.

The DSC-350 draws power directly from the USB bus, making it ideal for use with a laptop or other portable computer. ... Read more

Features

  • 8 MB built-in flash memory
  • Stores up to 145 photos
  • Stores 4.5 minutes of video
  • Up to 1,024 x 768 resolution
  • High-speed USB interface

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars not too bad..
i got the DSC-350 for my birthday recently. i was a leeeetle dissapointed at first, but then you really shouldn't expect much from a low-end camera costing only a coupla hundred dollars. it doesn't have a flash (a feature which i think is really crucial when it comes to digicams) so the pictures come out grainy when you're using the cam indoors, or when there's little light. when there *is* enough light though, picture quality is pretty decent.

the webcam feature is great. the picture quality is excellent. in fact, i almost never refer to the DSC-350 as a digital camera, but a webcam as the webcam's picture quality surpasses that of the still digital camera function. i've seen a lot of pictures from other webcams around the internet, and the thing most have in common is picture coming out grainy. this is what's fortunately missing from the DSC-350-- the grain. pictures from the webcam function come out as clear as day (well, provided you have a good light source. i keep a lamp next to the computer when i use the webcam feature). the only drawback to the whole webcam thing, though, is that i had to look around the internet for a driver since the one that came with the camera didn't work on my PC.

maximum pixel size-- 1024x768-- is just right-- for amateurs like me. if you're looking to use this camera for personal purposes (i.e., a webcam on your homepage, pictures with your friends), it suits the job just fine. however, this cam is not for those looking to use this for professional purposes. for that, you shouldn't even be looking at this camera.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good value for money and acceptable quality
The main drawbacks of this camera are:
1) only 700,000 pixel resolution
2) manual focus
3) no flash
4) no LCD screen
for 1), well, if you want more you'll have to pay commensurately more for it... but the quality at this resolution is absolutely fine for the computer. In fact, much more and it's a pain to e-mail as the file size gets too big. It has great focus (I took a photo of my pet rat about 1 inch from her face and it came out great), and you can recognise the people in the photos - what more do you want from a fun snappy camera?
2) manual focus is not a big deal, it has guidelines for distance on the lens when you turn it so as long as you can judge the difference between 0.5m and 1.5m it's easy. The software can sharpen up unfocussed pictures pretty well too.
3) no flash is not so great, but at least the batteries last longer.
4) People think it's terrible not having an LCD screen, but it's no different from an ordinary camera! You really need a screen when there is no memory so you can clear out the bad photos and not waste what limited space you have. This camera has a whopping 8mB of memory which means it can store 145-200 pictures so you can snap away and dump whatever you don't want when you download it onto the PC

Overall I found it fun, easy to use, easy to download the pictures once you get used to it and very fun to manipulate them and change the colours. All my friends have new portraits now! I will be buying one for my sister and also my parents for Christmas...

5-0 out of 5 stars Ideal First Digital Camera
This is my first digital camera, and for the money, I am amazed at what it can do, and I have barely scratched the surface. I have e-mailed pictures to relatives and have had several comments on their clarity and sharpness. One comment came from my son who asked, "What kind of a camera do you have, the pictures are great." When I told him, he said that the pictures were a lot better than his $500.00 Kodak's. My D-Link came with Photo Suite III SE and Video Wave III SF software. They work great with my camera and and easy to use.

4-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for!
This is a BASIC digital camera...no flash, no instant display. The camera is small, and very easy to use. It is outdated now, having been replaced by the DSC 350F...which has a flash! You don't pay for film, you don't pay for developing...All things considered, a great buy.

5-0 out of 5 stars The very best
I have this camera I am ordering another one for my sister. I have used it as a web cam, I have a son in service(Army)stationed in Germany,I am very pleased with the picture quality,and ease of use. ... Read more


145. D-Link DP-101 Ethernet Print Server (PC/Mac)
list price: $99.00
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Asin: B00004XRCZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 41044
Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pocket-sized Ethernet Print Server that connects your printer to your network
  • Includes both, a IEEE 802.3 Ethernet port and IEEE 1284 parallel interface
  • Compact size
  • 3-year warranty
  • Compatible with major operating systems: Windows 95, 98, NT, Mac OS, Unix, Novell

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars GREAT Product for Windows AND LINUX!
Not only does this work great with all flavors of Windows (I tested 98SE, ME, and 2k) but it works perfectly out of the box with my Linux desktop using CUPS. Works flawlessly!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Mac/PC Solution
Contrary to other reviews, this print server DOES let you network non-PostScript printers to Macs but it depends on the printer model and the manufacturer supplied driver. In my case I have an Epson C80 for which Epson provides a Mac OS X driver that specifically supports an "Epson AppleTalk" printer type. This appears as a separate option from the normal "AppleTalk" printer type. To my OS X Macs I simply install the driver and then browse the network in the Print Center using the Epson AppleTalk printer type and it shows up.

For my Windows 2000 PC, I have to access the print server as a TCP/IP printer and it works fine.

Note that the Epson Printer Utility application doesn't work over the network to either Mac or PC. If you want to be able to monitor the printer, you'll need a hard wire. In my case I use the USB port to connect the printer to my Mac. This allows the Epson Printer Utility to work although it's very rare that I use this software.

4-0 out of 5 stars The only server that works with Macs and PCs
The DP-101 is the only print server I have found that supports Appletalk. When I connected it to my home network, the chooser found the printer immediately. It took quite a bit longer for me to figure out how to configure my PC for TCP/IP printing. (TCP/IP printing was the only way I could configure my PC to print) And of course the price can't be beat.
If you have both PCs and Macs, this is the only way to go.

2-0 out of 5 stars Mac support requires PostScript printer
I bought this server to share a non-PostScript printer (HP 932C) on a mixed PC/Mac network. When connected to the DP-101 the printer always appears to the Macs as a PostScript printer even though it is not. An email exchange with D-Link technical support confirmed that the DP-101 cannot be used to share non-PostScript printers with Macs. To my knowledge this limitation is not mentioned anywhere in the pre-sales documentation.

2-0 out of 5 stars You get what you pay for
I wanted to use the DP-101 to put an HP LaserJet 6MP on a mixed Mac/PC network. Setup was easy enough, but about half the jobs from the Macs just vanish -- they go to the spooler, then go to the printer (at least the printer lights flash), but nothing comes out. This is especially so on multi-page jobs or those with complex PostScript graphics. I emailed D-Link for assistance but got back only an uninformative, boilerplate response. Reading another of the customer reviews, I guess the problem is that the printer can't "talk back" to the computer through the spooler.
One other problem: this thing wouldn't hook directly to the 6MP. I needed to buy a cable. This is a quirk of the 6MP, which hides the cable connectors in a little bay; it's not specifically a problem with the DP-101. On the plus side, it's tiny, inexpensive, and works perfectly (so far) from the Windows side. Mac users get the short end of the stick again ... ... Read more


146. D-Link Transceiver 10MBs RJ45 BNC Medi A Converter
list price: $250.00
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Asin: B00004Z86P
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 57102
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147. D-Link DWL-AG520 Wireless PCI Adapter

Asin: B00008YGMS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link Systems Inc.
Sales Rank: 22465
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Features

  • Provides an immediate way to expand existing 802.11b networks with rewiring
  • Greatly increased security features
  • Option of2.4GHz or 5GHzfrequency bands reduces outside interference
  • Allows access throughout the organization to access wireless access points or routers

148. D-Link Print Server 10/100 RJ45 2-Par 1-Ser
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B00004Z93I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 54102
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DP-300 print server helps manage the flow of print jobs, efficiently, from your network, so file servers and workstations are free from printing tasks. You can use it where printers are concentrated in the same location, connecting to as many as three printers at one time.

The D-Link DP-300 comes equipped with two high-speed parallel ports and one 9-pin DTE serial port transmitting at up to 57.6 Kbps. Parallel ports support HP PJL (Printer Job Language) for printer management protocol, allowing bidirectional network printer communication that provides the administrator with critical information about the network printers. It also provides an auto-sensing, dual-speed 10/100 Mbps port, so you can attach to either a 10Base-T or 100Base-TX network. The LAN port detects the type of connection you need and adjusts the speed accordingly, by itself.

The D-Link DP-300 print server is simple to operate, and it's compatible with all major networks. Plus, it fits in the palm of your hand. ... Read more

Features

  • Simultaneous connection to as many as 3 printers
  • Includes 1 dual-speed 10/100 Mbps n-way interface
  • 2 IEEE 1284-compliant high-speed parallel ports
  • Supports up to 36 Novell NetWare file servers
  • Easy configuration through Windows, telnet

149. D-Link 56K/9600 PCMCIA V90 10/100BT Enet K56Flex Data 1-RJ45
list price: $199.00
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Asin: B00004Z8ME
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 59675
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150. D-Link DSB-R100 USB FM Radio with MP3 Software
list price: $39.99
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Asin: B0000488VF
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 29334
Average Customer Review: 2.44 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DSB-R100 USB PC Radio is a stereo FM band (no AM) radio receiver with a USB interface. The PC Radio will easily install on any system with Windows 95 Release 2, 98, or 2000 with a USB port. It comes with an antenna and connecting cables that plug into a USB port and the line-in on the PC's sound card.

The DSB-R100 provides the user with the ability to listen to favorite radio programs or music right from the PC. The radio is powered off the USB bus, so no external power supply is needed. The radio works just as easily as does a car stereo, and up to 200 stations can be preset. The software can record music or programs from the radio and save them in the MP3 format. The software also has an available sleep and wake function that allows the user to record radio programs while away from the PC. ... Read more

Features

  • True Plug and Play installation
  • Full FM radio band (no AM)
  • USB specification 1.1 compliant
  • Dipole FM radio antenna
  • FM recording software and MP3 conversion software included

Reviews (9)

2-0 out of 5 stars It worked - then it broke
I had this thing for 2 weeks - and it actually did what it was advertised to do - receive and play FM radio through your pc. However, the way the Antenna connects to it's base absolutely stinks!!! They use an RCA plug connected to the extendable antenna via a very, very thin piece of steel. I move the antenna around a few times and that steel snapped, and there's no way to fix it.

If you buy this - it will work, but don't move it too much.

4-0 out of 5 stars awesome product
This is a great product, if you wanna listen to FM @ work.
The software worked fine on both XP and 2000.The software is bit confusing, but if you are a tech junkie you shouldn't have any problem.A bit advice for future buyers, make sure that you always select "line in" under volume control settings of options menu.

1-0 out of 5 stars It works, but is disappointing
I wanted an FM tuner that I could use to schedule and record shows on my local Jazz stations and NPR. Car Talk, This American Life, etc. You know, time shift the radio like a VCR does for the TV. This product _should_ have done the trick. But no, the software is minimal and has no capabilities to record more than one timed show. This product can be replaced with a simple FM receiver from Radio Shack.

I sent email to D-Link offering to code this up for them. How hard can it be? If I had the protocol spec I could certainly do it in no time. No response. This thing is sitting on the shelf along with all the other failed products that _should_ have worked.

3-0 out of 5 stars poor software
Okay, so I only listen to KCRW in santa monica, and I can usually just turn off the software interface once the radio is on -- but does the interface have to be so hideous?
Hardware wise, the radio can pick up signals semi-competently. I've found plugging in my own antenna array helps. Your mileage may vary.

5-0 out of 5 stars great product, great price
I can't say I understand the negative reviews. At thirty bucks this prouduct has exceeded my expectations and performed as advertised. The reception is as good as any other small fm radio in my house (clean stereo reception, decent ability to pull in stations). The software installed flawlessly on a Win 98 machine and is very intuitive to use. The timer feature works great. The only weakness is the mp3 software. I prefer more options but this is easily solved by using another program to convert to mp3. In my case I use the free version of MusicMatch. Bottom line is that this product has been an inexpensive, high quality solution for recording fm broadcasts. ... Read more


151. D-Link Hub9Port 10MBs8RJ45 1BNC .
list price: $89.00
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Asin: B00004Z702
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 53402
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152. D-Link DHN-520 10MB Home Phoneline Network Interface Card
list price: $69.00
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Asin: B00004SYNZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 43006
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link 10 Mbps home phone-line network interface card allows you to network your home PCs. You can share files, printers, and Internet access through your home phone service without relying on a hub or other external devices. The D-Link DHN-520 is HomePNA 2.0 compliant, meaning its 10 Mbps speed is 10 times faster than the HomePNA 1.0 standard. It is still backward compatible and has two auto-negotiating RJ-11 adapters. Windows platform drivers are supplied.

D-Link offers a lifetime warranty for the DHN-520. ... Read more

Features

  • Network your home PCs through your preexisting phone service
  • Share files, printers, and Internet access with a single ISP account
  • 2 auto-negotiating RJ-11 adapters
  • HomePNA 2.0 compliant
  • Lifetime warranty

153. D-Link USB 4 Port Multifunction Hub with 2PS/2 For Mouse and Keyboard
list price: $69.99
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Asin: B00004Z7NM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 49483
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Works as stated, and I wouldn't go back if you dared me
This little gadget it great. My computer resides a little further away from my desktop and monitor than most peoples so the USB and PS/2 ports are a little far away and the mouse cord has limited slack. I bought this and everything works as planned. I installed the drivers, plugged it in after a reboot and off I go. My PC is considerably loud with all the fans I have in it, and I don't like to work in a noisy area. So with this I can keep my computer closed up and still be far enough away to not let the noise get to me.

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay Away From This Product!!!!!!!
Model for this product is DSB-H4SMK, it has 4 usb port, 1 ps2 keyboard, 1 ps2 mouse & 1 serial port. I bought this product because I was hoping to free up irqs and not buying more products, boy was this a big mistake. I connected the device to my computer then turned it on, it took 15 to 20 min to boot up. Ok so it takes a while to boot. Then After booting I notice my the software for my UPS was really slow....the integrated serial port was slow, slower then the board serial port. Third no other driver but win98 no winnt, me, 2000. You would think that it should be compatible w/ ME, think not I got that blue screen drivers not compatible. Or win2000 upgrade....same thing.... So I say stay away from this product, better yet stay away from this Brand. Further more I called dlink techsupport and they put me on hold for 20 min. I told them my problem and they said we cant do anything this type of product. I could have told them that, so I told them if you cant do anything why sell a defective product. And then I added maybe this company is defective. So they hung up on me. Well I guess I cant expect a defective company to have good service!!!!!!!!! Hope this review helps. ... Read more


154. D-Link DSH-16 10/100 Dual Speed 16 Port Hub with Auto-Sensing Nway
list price: $349.99
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Asin: B00004SYO0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 35659
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

D-Link's DSH-16 is a 10/100 Mbps hub that gives small companies and departments the ability to connect to the Internet with a single ISP (Internet service provider) account. It also enables file and printer sharing among the users. Featuring 16 dual-speed RJ-45 ports, the D-Link DSH-16 gives users a smooth way to connect to either Ethernet or Fast Ethernet nodes. The ports are auto sensing, meaning they automatically adjust to either connection rate. Users can interface with one another without requiring an additional switch device. Diagnostic LED meters let you effectively monitor network performance and workload. D-Link provides all the necessary cables and offers a lifetime warranty for this product. ... Read more

Features

  • Ethernet/Fast Ethernet hub for file sharing and Internet access
  • 16 dual-speed RJ-45 ports
  • Auto-sensing ports
  • LED display provides network performance rates
  • Lifetime warranty

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Swithed Hub
This is a very reliable hub with features only found in more expensive products. It uses a standard computer (3 prong) connection. No need for a special transformer and fits nicely in a rack.

5-0 out of 5 stars Good for Small Business
This product is very affordable to small-to-medium size business as the performance/price is comparable to other switch hub. Strongly recommend to give it a try :) ... Read more


155. D-Link Router ISDN 10MBs 6Port Hub 6RJ 45 1 ISDN Bri U Interface
list price: $499.00
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Asin: B00004Z97R
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 55095
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156. D-Link 56K V90 External USB Fax/Modem
list price: $129.00
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Asin: B00004Z7N5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 48157
Average Customer Review: 2.33 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (3)

1-0 out of 5 stars Try to stay away...
This modem by D-link is now leading a revolution of cheap(not the inexpensive kind), software driven modems. When D-link first released this modem it contained all the hardware necessary for the modem to dial out and communicate by itself. Starting in mid-May of 2001 they started replacing the hardware driven variety with a software controlled version, meaning that this modem sucks up YOUR system resources and processor time instead of using its own. This is why one of the previous reviewers was having problems. There are many many real hardware USB modems out there for less money than this one and they work great with Windows, Mac, Linux, you name it, but don't buy this one before you think about it really hard.

1-0 out of 5 stars disappointing
Installation was smooth and easy, then the problems started. Every time I used a dial-up connection all my system became so slow that even reading e-mail was almost impossible. Even the mouse pointer seemed almost frozen. The box mention free technical support, but no tech support is mentioned in the documentation. Not a phone number, not a web site. I had to perform a web search to find it. I wrote down 3 (three) times, explaining in detail my problem, and after more than one month I did NOT get any reply from them. I ended up returning the modem to the vendor. I have a Pentium II - 350, Windows 98, with USB ports working fine, so no compatibility problem should have been present. But I will never know what happened, since their ridiculous "customer support" never bothered so send me a reply. If you buy this, good luck!

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent buy & performance
This modem is great for the dial up user because of it's reliability and speed. The performance ranks right up there with other 56k modems including modems from US Robotics and Diamond. Also remember that the speed at which your modem connects at also depends on such things as line quality and the area you live in. This modem does it's job quite well if not exceeds the performance of other modems if you have the good lines etc. as stated above. The simple USB connection is also a plus saving you time and headaches from opening your PC case and figuring out how to install it! ... Read more


157. D-Link DMF-560TXD Ethernet PC Card and Modem (PC/Mac)
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B000023VUG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 29619
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DMF-560TXD is a Direct Port 10/100Mb dual-speed Ethernet PC card with an integrated V.90/K56flex data-fax modem. It allows PC or Power Macintosh laptop users to seamlessly connect to both Ethernet and Fast Ethernet LANs. The D-Link DMF-560TXD also allows users to send and receive faxes, connect to the Internet, and dial into a remote-access server or PC.

The D-Link Direct Port technology allows users to plug their phone and network cables directly into the DMF-560TXD without the need for an external media coupler or dongle. Unlike similar technologies available in the market, D-Link's Direct Port can be plugged into the top PCMCIA type II slot on a notebook or laptop with double PCMCIA slots without blocking access to the second bottom slot.

The DMF-560TXD strictly adheres to the IEEE 802.3 and 802.3u standards for Ethernet and Fast Ethernet and the ITU modem standards including V.90 to ensure maximum interoperability. The DMF-560TXD attempts to connect at the highest speed supported by an ISP, LAN, host modem, or fax machine and automatically defaults to a lower speed until a stable connection can be created.

Now shipping with Macintosh drivers, the DMF-560TXD can be used both with PowerBooks as well as PC-compatible laptops. Microsoft Plug and Play compatibility and a wide assortment of drivers enable the DMF-560TXD to work with most popular operating systems. A menu-driven installation utility and included diagnostics provide a simple method for installation and troubleshooting. Integrated digital line protection protects the modem from being damaged when connecting to a high-current digital PABX. ... Read more

Features

  • Seamlessly connect to Ethernet and Fast Ethernet local area networks
  • Send and receive faxes, connect to the Internet, and dial into a remote server
  • Adheres to the IEEE 802.3 and 802.3u standards
  • PC and Macintosh compatible
  • No coupler or dongle needed

Reviews (3)

4-0 out of 5 stars Easy to use.
I bought this card for use with a Mitac laptop, I chose this one because the prize was among the better compared to xircom and others and because it doesn't use dongles which the majority of those laptop cards did, back in 2000. I have used Win 95, 98 and Me with it and it works allright. The biggest problem using Me is the fact that it sucks up 50 % of RAM, but I don't recall any troubles with the card and Me..

2-0 out of 5 stars This seems like a nice adapter, but...
This adapter does not work with Windows Me. Although it appears to have all the features you want at a really nice price, the D-link card is not a good value. In comparison to a premium card, such as Xircom or 3Com, the D-Link card uses 5 volts instead of 3.3 volts, which drains a portable PC's battery much faster. Also, the D-Link card does not have cell phone hookups or a global modem, which limits its use even further. Finally, the company's web site has sparse technical data and the phone technical support department operates on a 'call-back' system that very rarely returns calls.

5-0 out of 5 stars D-Link's DMF-560TXD beats all PCMCIA's with dongles.
After owning two PCMCIA cards that broke at the dongle cable, I decided to try D-Link's dongleless PCMCIA DMF-560TXD. This was the wise choice to make because now I don't have to worry about the coupler breaking and having to replace it again. A new dongle cable costs as much as a new PCMCIA, so it's not worth having. The DMF-560TXD has plug-n-play for automatic installation, and it comes with lifetime warranty so I don't have to worry about ever buying another PCMCIA. D-Link's DMF-560TXD is great! ... Read more


158. D-Link DWL-920 USB Wireless Kit (Access Point + 2 USB Adapters)
list price: $429.99
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Asin: B00005ATYA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 35641
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The D-Link DWL-1000AP is an IEEE 8.02.11b-compliant, 11 Mbps wirelessEthernet access point designed for use in home and office environments.

The DWL-1000AP supports a 40-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) encryption, MACaddress control, and user authentication to ensure a secure network connection.When connected to an Ethernet LAN, the DWL-1000AP automatically identifies theIP of the host PC as well as the subnet, or you can assign the IP manually. Youcan also set the bandwidth data transmission rate to automatically use thedynamic auto-sensing configuration or to a manual rate of 11 Mbps, 5.5 Mbps, 2Mbps, or 1 Mbps.

The wireless access point is bundled with two 11 Mbps DWL-120 network adapters,which provide high performance and are IEEE 802.11b compliant. With aneasy-to-use USB interface, the wireless network adapter enables you to sharehard disk drives, DVD-ROM and CD-ROM drives, Zip drives, and printers. Theadapter also provides shared access to an analog, cable, or DSL modem forInternet access.

Both the DWL-1000AP and DWL-120 operate in a 2.4 GHz direct-sequence spreadspectrum (DSSS), which provides transparent bridging and roaming capabilities towireless nodes at ranges of up to 100 meters indoors and 300 meters outdoors.The DWL-120 can be used point to point or in conjunction with the access pointto extend the reach of its communications capability.

D-Link provides a lifetime warranty on parts and labor for both the DWL-1000APand the DWL-120. ... Read more

Features

  • Wireless access point acts as an Ethernet bridge
  • No cables between computers
  • Fast 11 Mbps speed
  • Easy to connect
  • Bundled with 11 Mbps USB adapter

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Installed and Working in Under 10 minutes
Can't say enough about this Product. Out of the box and working in 10 minutes, WOW. Easiest net work setup I've ever seen. This is better than Chocolat Ice ceam with whipped cream. If it's available used, like the one I purchased, you'll save enough to buy lots of ice cream, the expensive stuff.
Eli Arnot ... Read more


159. D-Link Hub 12Port 10MBs 12RJ45 1BNC 1A Ui Rm
list price: $139.00
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Asin: B00004Z7WP
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 54080
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160. D-Link Enet/Fast Enet ISDN Router Ip 1Rh45 U Interface 1RJ45 Nway
list price: $399.00
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Asin: B00004Z98X
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: D-Link
Sales Rank: 67375
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