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Old 01-06-2007, 03:26 PM   #1
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Is there an expresscard-based prism, aironet, or orinoco card?

I'd like to get a wifi card for my laptop, but it has the express 34/54 slot instead of a pcmcia slot. I have an aironet card as it is, but it is a pcmcia card and I (obviousally) can't use it. Is ther either an adapter to use, or an expresscard solution?
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I was looking for things like this myself. Was thinking of getting HP notebook but since they only have the express ports and no PCMCIA I stayed away. Can't give up my Atheros card. In my search on understanding the new port I found this link.



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