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Mac Compatible USB Adapter


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I'm searching all over to find Mac compatible USB wireless adapters, but I'm not having any luck. I need to find one that will work in an Powermac G4 (AGP) and/or Powermac G3 (Blue and White). I would like to have Wireless G, but I know the USBs in both are only 1.2 I believe, so it's not a big thing. These were cheap macs, and I want to get the cheapest solution possible.

Also, if anybody knows any PCI card adapters that would work in either of these macs, that would be appreciated.
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I'm searching all over to find Mac compatible USB wireless adapters, but I'm not having any luck. I need to find one that will work in an Powermac G4 (AGP) and/or Powermac G3 (Blue and White). I would like to have Wireless G, but I know the USBs in both are only 1.2 I believe, so it's not a big thing. These were cheap macs, and I want to get the cheapest solution possible.

Also, if anybody knows any PCI card adapters that would work in either of these macs, that would be appreciated.
Add a Keyspan USB 2.0 card to you mac then put a USB wireless adapter on that. Belkin makes one thats Mac compatible. Belkin also makes a wireless G pci card for OS X. Try searching the net.

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