802.11n USB?

b0redom

macrumors regular
Original poster
May 4, 2007
126
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Hi,
I'm after a USB 802.11n upgrade for my Intel Macmini. Alternativly something which would wirelessly bridge to a Netgear DG834PN router would work - I hear the Airport express can't do this...

Cheers...
 

threedaysatsea

macrumors newbie
Aug 7, 2007
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hi,
definitely check out the quickertek company - they make all sorts of 802.11n products for basically all lines of macs, including pcmcia cards for old pbooks. their website is - http://www.quickertek.com/ and the card i'd recommend for you is the nquicky - http://www.quickertek.com/products/nquicky.php

i have the cardbus adapter and it's working great and has been incredible thus far. really nice people, too.

take care,
chris m.
 

ctakim

macrumors 6502
Oct 12, 2006
310
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hi,
definitely check out the quickertek company - they make all sorts of 802.11n products for basically all lines of macs, including pcmcia cards for old pbooks. their website is - http://www.quickertek.com/ and the card i'd recommend for you is the nquicky - http://www.quickertek.com/products/nquicky.php

i have the cardbus adapter and it's working great and has been incredible thus far. really nice people, too.

take care,
chris m.
Wow, can't say much about that form factor. Does that pull in TV signals from Mexico from all over the upper 50, too?
 

b0redom

macrumors regular
Original poster
May 4, 2007
126
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Yeah, I saw them, but the problem is that they are based in the US, and shipping (to the UK) and import tax are almost as much again as the card.

It'd be cheaper to have someone come in and CAT-5 cable my house!