1. REVIEW: Tiger Jet 128K PCI ISDN Modem for $99.99
I had no problems with the Tiger Jet ISDN Adapter. I ordered it and
it came to me in four days. I installed it in about 10 minutes (no
jumpers or switches to set) and then I was up and running with
SouthWestern Bell ISDN Internet Service in my area. The instruction
manual was clear and concise to guide through installation, but I have
to say who ever wrote the manual needs to get a spell-checker (there
are stupid typos in the manual). I just gotta say it's a great card
for the price and comparable to the more expensive Ascend's Netwarp
128 for $249 SRP. Both cards have the same features except the TJ is
PCI and Ascend is ISA. The Tiger Jet card also is made in the U.S.
with a five year warranty, while Ascend only has a three year
warranty. The TJ adapter is also Microsoft certified to work with
Windows 95 and Windows NT and has miniport drivers for both operating
I've used the USR Courier-I, Motorola Bitsurfur Pro, Ascend Netwarp
128, and finally the Tiger Jet PCI ISDN Adapter. Out of all of these,
I definitely recommend this card for the value (price) and comparable
features of PPP and ML-PPP. If you want an ISDN adapter to connect to
the Internet or to the office this is the one to get with a record
breaking price-point. I've been to Best Buy, Computer City, and
CompUSA and the cheapest ISDN adapter is priced around $350.
I don't know about this company's technical support though, because I
had no problems with installing it or using it. A previous message
said that there was just an answering machine on the other side of
their tech. support number. I e-mailed them about their card three
times with questions before I purchased it and each time I got a
response on the same day. I'm a satisfied customer who will endorse
But, if for some reason you need an analog port, I would go with the
Bitsurfur Pro or wait for the Ascend Netwarp Pro which will ring up to
3 analog devices.
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