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niv
seems that the connect has the Prism 2 chipset.
That means better sensativity.
two mounths ago I saw a few selling at online stores, no I cant fins any.
Thanks,
Niv
acpkendo
Niv,

I would imagine that those have been discontinued, but FWIW I have not had a good experience with those cards. They are extremely unreliable, with a tendency to stop working for no apparent reason.

I don't know what type of "sensitivity" you're looking for, but you can find the Connect+ on-line for less than $25 (Froogle it). I'd think the prism3 chips would have at least equal (if not better) sensitivity than the prism2's.
niv
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Some of the new Senao 2511 cards are now built around the Prism3 chipset, this one, though newer, has less sensitivity (weaker than a Orinoco card/Hermes chipset)


source: UPDATE - 09Jul2004 - Beware of the Prism3 chipset seattle wireless SenaCard review

I also read about it in other places.
however the Dlink DCF 660W may even be better.

better sensativity means longer range.
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