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airport card in g4 ibook?


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will an airport card work in a new g4 iBook 12"?

how about a g4 powerbook 12"?


not the extreme... the cheaper 802.11b airport.

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will an airport card work in a new g4 iBook 12"?

how about a g4 powerbook 12"?


not the extreme... the cheaper 802.11b airport.

thanks.
The Airport card is not compatible with either the new iBook or new PB. It will, however, work in an older (867MHz) 12" G4 PB.

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I have an ibook g3 that i bought this summer and i have a 802.11b airport card and as far as i know, this card will work in all of apple's laptops. Check out apple.com
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So a brand new iBook G4 has to use an Airport extreme card? Jus looking for 100% clarification before I spend the money.


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yeah airport extreme
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I have an ibook g3 that i bought this summer and i have a 802.11b airport card and as far as i know, this card will work in all of apple's laptops. Check out apple.com
It will not work in Apple's newer notebooks. All of the current machines are only compatible with Airport Extreme cards.

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yeah airport extreme
Thanks, guess it's back to the apple store, thought I might be able to pick one up cheap on ebay but the $99 from apple is just about the same (+/- $5.)
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