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Hi guys, I will be getting an Imac G4 soon. It is an 867mhz. processor. 512mb of RAM, 200 gigabyte hard drive, but the problem is, is that it has no wireless card. So what would be the best card or thing to get it hooked up to my wireless router.
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You will need the original AirPort card (NOT the AirPort Extreme).

You should be able to find one through a reseller or maybe an auction site.


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I can't use any other wireless card/stick? I think the official Airport card will be a bit pricey and hard to find so I'm just making sure that that is my only option.
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You can use any USB wifi cards that support drivers for the version of os x you are running.

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