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Old 12-11-07, 05:01 PM   #1
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Pre N Network Cards

What is the deal with these cards. I am looking for a wireless G PCMCIA adapter that supports WPA or WAP or whatever it is. I can't find any deals on ebay, but i have see a lot of pre-n cards that are reasonable but don't know anything about them. Will they work?
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Well, yeah they will work, or else they wouldn't make them. >.>

Anything 802.11b/g over $30 will be fine.
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Anything 802.11b/g over $30 will be fine.
Do they work with a G router whistle britches?
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Do they work with a G router whistle britches?
I would imagine.
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I don't know for sure, but everything so far has been backwards compatible, so I'd think Pre-N cards would play nice with a G router.
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I would not buy any-Pre anything. They might work now, but the final versions might not. Until the final parameters come out, i'd stay away
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