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D-LinkAir 11Mbps PC Card Wireless Adapter for Notebooks
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $90 
Read Our Review93 Opinions from Users 
Aggressively priced PRISM II Based 802.11B PC card. WiFi Certified.
Requires Cardbus PC Card slot!
D-LinkAir 11Mbps USB Wireless Adapter for Desktops & Notebooks
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $95 
Read Our Review29 Opinions from Users 
PRISM II Based 802.11B USB adapter with 40 bit encryption. Good performance over distance.
ORiNOCO PC Card (Gold)
Manufacturer: Agere Systems Price: $95 
Read Our Review106 Opinions from Users 
Agere Systems (formerly Lucent) based 802.11B PC Card adapter with 64 & 128 bit encryption.
Good range vs. distance performance.
Approx. 20% WEP enabled speed decrease.
Linksys Dual-Band Wireless A+G Notebook Adapter
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $99 
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The alphabet soup reaches a fever pitch in this first look at a wireless notebook adapter with support for 802.11a, b, and g all in one.
Netgear Dual Band Wireless PC Card
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $99 
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The alphabet soup reaches a fever pitch in this first look at a wireless notebook adapter with support for 802.11a, b, and g all in one.
Linksys Wireless-G Notebook Adapter and PCI Adapter
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $99 
Read Our Review10 Opinions from Users 
If you've seen one 802.11g card, you've seen them all, right? Perhaps. But Linksys uses a mix of great packaging and special software to set their client products apart from the pack.
Sony VAIO 802.11g Wireless LAN PC Card
Manufacturer: Sony Price: $99.99 
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Thanks to its 'super slim' antenna, Sony's 11g card sits nearly flush against the side of a notebook computer -- if it fits at all.
Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter
Manufacturer: Microsoft Price: $99.99 
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If you just want the simplest way to get your 360 connected to an 802.11n network, Microsoft's Xbox 360 Wireless N adapter does the job nicely.
US Robotics 22Mbps Wireless PCI Adapter
Manufacturer: U.S. Robotics Price: $99.99 
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A combo of a CardBus card (the 2210) and a PCI adapter -- it's not all one card -- but at a fast 22Mbps thanks to Texas Instruments ACX100 chip.
Belkin Wireless USB Network Adapter
Manufacturer: Belkin Price: $99.99 
Read Our Review43 Opinions from Users 
Simple to setup external USB-based NIC for desktops or laptops.
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