I would like to purchase a Wi-fi card for my Casio E-125. I have recently been looking into various Casio Pocket PC forums on various web sites. I have found that many Casio Pocket PC users use a D-Link compact flash card to connect to the internet. (Apparently Linksys does not work well with Casios.)
Well, I looked on sites like, buy.com and the D-link site and found their "DCF-660W D-LinkAir CompactFlash card," a wireless 2.4 GHz (802.11b) CompactFlash adapter. It had "wireless LAN card" in the description. (I also saw this product in CompUSA, and it appeared to be the only product that didn't use Bluetooth technology.) However, when I looked on the official Wi-fi Allegiance website (http://www.wi-fi.org/OpenSection/
), the product was not listed as a "Wi-fi Certified Product." I did, however, find a Wi-fi CompactFlash Card made by Sandisk. Though I didn't see it for sale on any site besides Sandisk's official website. I also saw that the Z-Com Compact Flash Card XI-825 was Wi-fi certified, and I remember seeing that as one of the earlier companies to provide Wi-fi services when I first purchased my Pocket PC. I didn't see that on any site besides Z-Com's official site (http://www.zcom.com.tw/product/product12.htm
Do you think I should go ahead and buy the one from Sandisk, X-Com, or the D-link from CompUSA? (BTW, at CompUSA, the D-Link is about $20 cheaper.) Or is there another product that I'm completely oblivious to? Your help is greatly appreciated.
BTW, how is Wi-fi different from wireless LAN or ethernet?