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Can a 13 inch macbook connect to any router


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I was a windows junky, but then corrupt files, viruses, and spyware changed that. I was wondering if I can connect to my 2wire router with a macbook.
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I was a windows junky, but then corrupt files, viruses, and spyware changed that. I was wondering if I can connect to my 2wire router with a macbook.
yep. Pretty much all routers work.
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