which wireless pcmcia cards are compatible?

Siddymae

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Jul 20, 2007
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Somerset Kentucky
-Siddymae

Are you talking air cards? E.g. wireless broadband from At&t, Sprint or Verizon?
no the ones that go in the pcmcia slot on the powerbook g4. it seems from what i have found on the net they have to have a broadcom chip in them or railink? but i dont want to go with the original air port card cuz everyone says its slow.
 

patrick0brien

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Oct 24, 2002
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The West Loop
no the ones that go in the pcmcia slot on the powerbook g4. it seems from what i have found on the net they have to have a broadcom chip in them or railink? but i dont want to go with the original air port card cuz everyone says its slow.
-Siddymae

Yes, I heard you - PCMCIA. Let me re-ask mine a different way:

What kind of network are you looking to connect to:

WiFi (802.11a,b,g, or n)
Cellular
or
3G cellular?
 

Siddymae

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 20, 2007
16
0
Somerset Kentucky
-Siddymae

Yes, I heard you - PCMCIA. Let me re-ask mine a different way:

What kind of network are you looking to connect to:

WiFi (802.11a,b,g, or n)
Cellular
or
3G cellular?
oh sorry. i just want to connect wi-fi through my router at home or anyother hot spot. there is an auction on ebay right now for a linksys The model number is WPC54GS ver.2 would this work? here is the link http://cgi.ebay.com/LINKSYS-WIRELESS-G-NOTEBOOK-ADAPTER-WITH-SPEED-BOOSTER_W0QQitemZ280134971158QQihZ018QQcategoryZ45000QQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem