FS: Others Wifi PCIe mini adapters and AzureWave AW-VD904 HD Video Decoder PCIe mini card

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ibose

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Expected Price (Rs)
500
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Bangalore
Item Condition
4 out of 5
Payment Options
  1. Cash
  2. Bank Transfer
Purchase Date
Jul 1, 2015
Shipping Charges
Local buyers only
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  1. Yes
Remaining Warranty Period
0
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Reason for Sale
Clearing stuff
I had a few odd stuff to clear out -

Intel 7265 Wireless-N Wifi+Bluetooth M.2 2230 PCIe Card - Rs.200/-

This was pulled from a laptop

Azurewave RT3090 Wireless-N Half PCIe card - Rs.100/-

As far as I can recall this was pulled from a Pogoplug


AzureWave AW-VD904 HD Video Decoder PCIe mini card - Rs. 200/-

As far as I can recall this was bought for the Pogoplug

Local sale preferred but shipping can be arranged via DTDC with buyer paying actuals. I can also arrange for shipping by Wefast locally within Bangalore but buyer will need to pay for it.

Note that I have not got any way to test any of these. Please keep the thread clean and seek information / contact via PM only.
 

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enthusiast29

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I think I know where that intel one came from. I would have bought it from you with the laptop if I knew you had it. Anyways... No issues.
 

codelad

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Apologies to the OP for going OT.
YGPM, I'm really curious about this thing.
So am I. Have never actually used these devices. As I understand these are meant for hardware accelerated decoding - largely used to offload this task on lower-powered/incapable CPUs. Don't really see much of an use case for these now on desktop/laptop class hardware, with the newer more powerful on-board graphics. Still, would be interesting to hear about what you use this for and how good these really are, in practice.
 

ibose

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As far as I can recall it was used in the pcie slot instead of the wifi card. Then install Debian Arm and you get a cool downloader/nas/streamer. I may be wrong though and its been a long long time. Perhaps the old timers can confirm as well. At one time these Pogoplug devices were a rage and there were multiple Go's organized to source them.
 

rsaeon

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Don't really see much of an use case for these now on desktop/laptop class hardware, with the newer more powerful on-board graphics. Still, would be interesting to hear about what you use this for and how good these really are, in practice.

From what I read these became redundant with the first Core i-series of processors.


I have a Lenovo netbook that I have an unnatural amount of sentimental attachment to, it should be a fun experiment to see if that can get it to work.

@ibose How were they used with pogoplug ?

As far as I can recall it was used in the pcie slot instead of the wifi card. Then install Debian Arm and you get a cool downloader/nas/streamer. I may be wrong though and its been a long long time. Perhaps the old timers can confirm as well. At one time these Pogoplug devices were a rage and there were multiple Go's organized to source them.

I also have a couple of Pogoplug Pro's from some years ago, I had them as part of a mobile homelab while I was traveling, I really loved those little things.
 

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kuduku

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have a Pogoplug Pink with Debian .Was free . got it back to life after it was accumulating mud in cupboard . After tinkering again packed it up
 
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