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Linksys Instant Wireless Network PC Card
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $100 
Read Our Review171 Opinions from Users 
PRISM II Based 802.11B PC card. Supports PCMCIA and CardBus with 40 and 128 bit WEP encryption
Linksys Wireless Ethernet Bridge
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $115 
Read Our Review10 Opinions from Users 
The Linksys WET11 Wireless Ethernet Bridge is a quick and easy way to join any Ethernet-enabled device -- especially a video game console -- to a WLAN.
Linksys Wireless USB Network Adapter
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $113 
Read Our Review54 Opinions from Users 
PRISM II Based 802.11B USB adapter with 40 & 128 bit WEP encryption
Linksys Wireless-B Media Adapter
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $199 
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If you're looking for playback of digital audio or a way to display still pictures on your TV, this product delivers with simplicity and quality but is it worth the price?
Linksys Wireless-G Ethernet Bridge
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $264 
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An improvement over the first generation, this Ethernet-to-wireless adapter features great performance and ease of use that makes the high price tag a little easier to swallow.
Linksys Wireless-G Game Adapter
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $129 
2 Opinions from Users 
Got game? Go wireless. Linksys hopes if you do, you'll use their wireless 802.11g adapter to get the optimal speed -- even if your broadband Internet connection can't keep up, at least the rest of your network won't slow down.
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.
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.
Microsoft Xbox Wireless Adapter
Manufacturer: Microsoft Price: $139 
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Hooking up an Ethernet-to-wireless adapter on a game console doesn't come much easier than this, and even better: it works on other Ethernet products after you set it up.
Netgear 54 Mbps Wireless PC Card 32-bit CardBus
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $79 
Read Our Review4 Opinions from Users 
Great features, great performance and barely a quibble -- this card might be the best yet for 802.11g early adopters.
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