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Is there such a thing as a PCI card that enables a older non-AirPort card compitiable Mac to connect to a 802.11g wireless network? If yes, where can I find one?

EDIT: 802.11g - 54 Mbps card
 

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MacOSXHints.com, tells you that you can. And this adapter here does work. (It even has blinking text saying "Apple's Airport™ 3.1 software supports this PCI Adapter for use with Macintosh Desktops with an available PCI slot."

Its around $80 Canadian. This card by LinkSys is also said to work very well.
 

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This card by LinkSys is also said to work very well.
Thanks, Chealion. This is what I am looking for.
 

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Oh yeah, that is a g card, so if you ever bump your wireless network up to Extreme, it'll take advantage of the higher speed.
 
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