|Jan 14, 2003, 02:56 PM||#1|
Belkin hooks up some 802.11g hardware for people without the new pBooks....
If I am correct, this seems as though people with other (older) machines will be able to take advantage of 802.11g.
Is it possible to replace the airport cards in the TiBooks that come with them by default (800, 1Ghz)?
|Jan 14, 2003, 03:31 PM||#2|
Didn't I tell you guys? sure the drivers won't be available till Feb, but still, you can stop whining now
there won't be any need to replace Airport cards, as these aren't airport cards at all-- they'll be PCI and PCMCIA cards, leaving the Airport slot free (or otherwise occupied). As long as you have a PCI or PC card slot in your desktop/notebook, you'll be good to go
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