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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.
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.
NETGEAR 802.11b Wireless USB Adapter
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $59.95 
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Small is the order of the day with this USB adapter that's no bigger than a key. Despite its diminutive size, it delivers speed as well as almost any other wireless NIC we've seen -- as long as you don't turn on encryption.
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.
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.
Netgear XA601 Powerline USB Adapter
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $79 
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The Netgear Powerline Adapter products represent the best of the group of currently available HomePlug-based products. Price, performance, ease-of-use, and even design and aesthetics are all top notch.
Netgear 802.11b Wireless PC Card
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $115 
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PRISM II Based 802.11B PC card. Supports PCMCIA and CardBus with 40 and 128 bit WEP encryption
Panasonic 11Mbps Wireless LAN PC Card
Manufacturer: Panasonic Price: $150 
Read Our Review6 Opinions from Users 
Sharewave Whitecap1 based 11Mbps wireless network adapter. Has enhanced streaming multimedia performance in peer-to-peer Whitecap-based networks.
NOT compatible with 802.11b products.
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 
2 Opinions from Users 
HomeRF1.2 based wireless USB adapter. Win 98, Me, 2000.
Excellent range performance
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