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QuickerTek reveals 802.11a/b/g ExpressCard adapter

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Mon September 15, 2008

802.11a/b/g ExpressCard

QuickerTek has announced an expansion to its ExpressCard product line for MacBook Pros. A new Wi-Fi adapter card is targeted at 802.11a/b/g networks, and comes with an external antenna, which helps to increase both speed and range. The card also utilizes Apple drivers, allowing it to be fully compatible with standard networking hardware. The antenna is attached directly to a MacBook Pro, but can be repositioned for better reception.

The card costs $200, and supports standard security protocols including WPA, WPA2 64-bit Personal and 128-bit WEP.






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