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Wifi and Time Capsule Question - Please Help

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I'd like to get Time Capsule for my Intel Mac Pro, however it doesn't wifi built in as I bought it 2006/7ish. Do I need to get a wifi card also to get with the time capsule and which would you recommend?
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TC does have regular Ethernet ports as well.
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