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D-Link DWL-900AP+ AirPlus Enhanced 2.4GHz Wireless Access Point
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $119 
Read Our Review17 Opinions from Users 
an enhanced 802.11b Wireless Access Point featuring advanced silicon chip technology from Texas Instruments and five different modes, including an Ethernet to Wireless bridge and the first SOHO wireless repeater.
EZ Connect 11 Mbps Wireless USB Adapter
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $120 
Read Our Review29 Opinions from Users 
PRISM II Based 802.11B USB adapter with 64 & 128 bit encryption. Good performance over distance and no throughput decrease with WEP enabled!
WavePort CardBus Adapter
Manufacturer: Compex Price: $120 
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CardBus PC card that comes separate or as part of the C-Kit 811WL package
Farallon Skyline 11Mb Wireless PC Card
Manufacturer: Farallon Price: $122 
3 Opinions from Users 
PRISM II Based 802.11B PC card.
- One of the few with MacOS drivers
- Requires CardBus slot on PC
D-LinkAir Wireless Compact Flash Type II Card
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $126 
Read Our Review11 Opinions from Users 
- PRISM II Based 802.11B Compact Flash card. Supports 64 & 128 bit WEP encryption.
- Same card available as ZCom LanEscape (XI-800), Datanywhere DX-11 and others.
D-Link 2.4GHz Ethernet-to-Wireless Bridge
Manufacturer: D-Link Price: $129 
Read Our Review2 Opinions from Users 
Brain-dead installation is the hallmark of Ethernet-to-wireless 802.11b bridge products, and D-Link's diminutive entry is no exception. Its few minor flaws do little to detract from its ease and usefulness.
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.
WavePort USB Adapter
Manufacturer: Compex Price: $130 
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USB adapter by Compex
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.
Manufacturer: Agere Systems Price: $141 
Read Our Review25 Opinions from Users 
Agere Systems (formerly Lucent) based 802.11B USB adapter with 64 & 128 bit encryption.
Good range vs. distance performance.
Approx. 20% WEP enabled speed decrease.
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