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    Default Working PCI express pcmcia cards ?

    are there any PCMCI express wireless cards that work with BT2

    In case some of you don't know


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    Any ideas on where i can get one

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    Code:
    http://catalog.belkin.com/IWCatProductPage.process?Product_Id=299617#
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    http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/productdetail.aspx?c=us&l=en&cs=19&sku=430-1558
    These are the only ones i have found so far... Both are over priced !!!
    I find it sad that they want to start a new standard and dont even have products to sell...

    EDIT: Almost forgot... I do not know if these cards work i have not looked into it yet... If anyone have any other link please post them...

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    They are N, that's why they're so expensive.

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    So, i guess im going to have to wait untill the products become more available

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    Quote Originally Posted by slowz3r View Post
    So, i guess im going to have to wait untill the products become more available
    You can do that or buy a USB wireless stick... that what i had to do since my new HP
    does not have PCMCIA.

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    Hmm, the only reason i want a card, is becuase the ipw3945 doesnt support injection

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    Like buggs187 said, you are probably better off to find a USB wireless card at this point. I purchased a WUSB54G v4 and it works pretty well.

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