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i'm switching to mac and currently use an aircard in my pc laptop..... will i be abe to use on macbook pro?

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If it has Mac drivers or is Mac compatible. I'd check with your carrier.

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The MacBookPro has an ExpressCard slot, which is the successor to the PCMCIA/Cardbus line. It does not have a PCMCIA/Cardbus slot which most Aircards (that I've seen, anyway) are.

You should check with your service provider to see if they have a compatible card to the ExpressCard standard.
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