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PowerBook - Any third party 802.11g cards that fit internal airport adapter of PB 12"


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Hi all,

I'm trying to find out if there are 802.11g cards that fit inside the PB12"... and don't have the apple premium pricetag that the airport express card does!

Any suggestions? Anything I should beware of?

Thanks,

Andy.
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I'm pretty sure there aren't.

The Apple card is $50 well spent, IMHO. It's the only card that the OS will support out of the box.
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True... however that $50 you mention is NZ$99 :/ and I'm seeing 802.11g PCMCIA cards going for about 1/3 that price here!

Might just have to bite the bullet if no one else has a solution....
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