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I bought one of the first Intel iMac's last January when they first came out. It's a core duo, but I suppose that's different than the core 2 duo, although I don't understand the advantage one over the other - however, my reading up on Apple TV, etc seems to indicate that my iMac may not support the 802n wireless. Can anyone shed some light on this?

If it doesn't, can the card be replaced?

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i guess they do but not sure. if not the new wireless n boxes will support g as well.
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I bought one of the first Intel iMac's last January when they first came out. It's a core duo, but I suppose that's different than the core 2 duo, although I don't understand the advantage one over the other - however, my reading up on Apple TV, etc seems to indicate that my iMac may not support the 802n wireless. Can anyone shed some light on this?

If it doesn't, can the card be replaced?

Thanks.
Absoutely no point in changing the card to support 802.11n yet unless you do a lot of file transfers from one machine to another on a local network (non-internet).

It won't make any difference to your internet connection, and also your router or modem needs to be 802.11n compatible to run in n mode.

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