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Internet, Networking, and Wireless Discussion of networking, internet, and wireless including Apple's Airport products.

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With it's own internet service wherever I may roam?
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Verizon is good in my book. And they offer the express34 card that the macbook and macbookpro have. Most others only offer pcmia cards, or charge a premium for the latter.

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Verizon is good in my book. And they offer the express34 card that the macbook and macbookpro have. Most others only offer pcmia cards, or charge a premium for the latter.
Macbook does not have a express34 card slot, only the macbook pro. You'll have to go usb if you use a macbook.
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Macbook does not have a express34 card slot, only the macbook pro. You'll have to go usb if you use a macbook.
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