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SMC 2.4 GHz Wireless USB Adapter
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $110 
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The SMC 2664W is probably the most compact USB 802.11b NIC around, but you pay extra for that fact.
SMC EZ Connect 2.4 GHz 11 Mbps Wireless USB Flash Drive
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $69.99 
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You got your Wi-Fi adapter in my flash storage keychain-drive device — no, you have your flash storage in my Wi-Fi. Actually, this unit offers both in one package.
SMC EZ Connect 2.4GHz 11 Mbps Wireless Ethernet Adapter
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $78 
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As wireless bridges go, the SMC EZ Connect 2.4GHz 11 Mbps Wireless Ethernet Adapter is so svelte that it could probably get lost between the cushions of a couch. Sadly, that's about all we have nice to say about the product.
SMC EZ Connect 802.11a CardBus Adapter
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $145 
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The first super fast 802.11a PC Card
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.
Symphony Cordless PCI Card
Manufacturer: Proxim Price: $90 
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One of the original 2.4Ghz wireless products. NOT HomeRF or WiFi compatible.
Symphony HomeRF Cordless PC Card
Manufacturer: Proxim Price: $80 
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HomeRF1.2 based wireless PC card. Win 95,98,Me, 2000 supported
Excellent range performance
Symphony HomeRF Cordless USB Adapter
Manufacturer: Proxim Price: $80 
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HomeRF1.2 based wireless USB adapter. Win 98, Me, 2000.
Excellent range performance
TRENDnet TBW-103UB 11g Wireless Bluetooth Adapter
Manufacturer: TRENDnet Price: $63.99 
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If you're buying a new notebook PC, getting it with both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth built in is pretty much a no-brainer. However, if you're trying to get more mileage out of an old notebook and want a single adapter that does both, the TBW-103UB may do the trick.
US Robotics 22Mbps Wireless PC Card Adapter
Manufacturer: U.S. Robotics Price: $89.99 
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The USR CardBus adapter is based on the TI ACX100, giving it a potential performance of 22Mbps.
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