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Discontinued Airport original cards?


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Is Apple not making any more Airport cards? They seem to be $100+ on ebay for a new one.
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Is Apple not making any more Airport cards? They seem to be $100+ on ebay for a new one.
Apple is no longer producing the original Airport cards. You should be able to find them for less than that though. I'll do a bit of searching later and post a link to what I find.

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I found one for $90 on ebay the other day. The seller had 12 and sold all of them within a few hours.
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I found one for $90 on ebay the other day. The seller had 12 and sold all of them within a few hours.
Yes, unfortunate. I had to pay $140 to get one for my Cube!
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I may be selling mine i just got a ethernet routerbut i am still using airport for my iBook.
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Member WilliS is also selling a G3 iBook (check the Classifieds) with an Airport card, so if it turns out you can't find one, you could check to see if he'll sell the card separately.

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