PowerBook G4 Titanium Airport

PowerBookNewton

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I have a 867 Mhz, PowerBook G4 Titanium M8858Z/A, and I was wondering if I could put an Airport Extreme Card inside of it, and if I can't, What would be a suitable PCMCIA option for 54 Mbps networking?
 

Davy.Shalom

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Dec 23, 2008
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I have a 867 Mhz, PowerBook G4 Titanium M8858Z/A, and I was wondering if I could put an Airport Extreme Card inside of it, and if I can't, What would be a suitable PCMCIA option for 54 Mbps networking?
http://www.macwireless.com/ give that a shot

And you cannot put airport extreme in a titanium PowerBook, it can only take the standard 802.11b airport card. You should be able to find one pretty cheap on craigslist.

Also, look into the airlink Golden wireless N USB adapter. It is compatible with mac and offers a relatively inexpensive wireless upgrade option.
 

PowerBookNewton

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Okay, I'm buying the Belkin F5D7010, Now from what I've read, I need version 2xxx to run it as an Airport card in my PowerBook?
 

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