wireless cards that work with bronze G3

Discussion in 'Macintosh Computers' started by ahmadof, Oct 5, 2004.

  1. macrumors member

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    powerbook. Does anyone know of one? i have looked at all the linksys and d-links in the local stores. none seem to support OS X. what are others using? Thanks
     
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    wireless cards? -- the bronze powerbook takes an internal airport card- you can get one of these on ebay right now- this is different from the 'airport extreme' that apple now sells (for newer machines which won't work in your machine)

    or are you asking about wireless routers?
    in which case almost any kind you get will work w/ ur mac-

    hope this helps :)
     
  3. thread starter macrumors member

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    i was looking for something that would go in the

    pcim slot. i didn't even know i could put one inside. i would like the additional speed of the 'G' version over the regular airport card.
     
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    gallagb

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    internal - y ou can't accept a "g" card- but u do have a slot for the 'b' card
    as i recall- if u take off ur keyboard- the slot is in the upper left hand side of the opening-

    as for a PCI card- i have no idea- ask someone smarter than i
     
  5. macrumors newbie

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    wifig for bronze g3

    hey man i work at frys and we sell this one called the Sonnet Aria Extreme. Its a mac compatible pcmia card. just do a search on google, you will find it.
    yeah and its 54g and requires osX

    much luck
    tomas
     
  6. macrumors 6502

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    You can probaly get a PCMCIA Card that works in any Mac with one of the slots... eBay, Ave13Co, UnderBid, etc should have some of them...
     

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