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EZ Connect Wireless -11Mbps Wireless PC Card
Manufacturer: SMC Networks Price: $105 
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PRISM II Based 802.11b PC card with 64 & 128bit encryption. Sourced from Eumitcom & widely available under other manf names.
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.
Wireless Networker CompactFlash Card for Pocket PC PDAs
Manufacturer: Symbol Price: $250 
2 Opinions from Users 
- PRISM II Based 802.11B Compact Flash I/II card for PocketPC. Supports 64 & 128 bit WEP encryption. Small antenna module.
- Can be used in Casio E-125, Compaq iPAQ, and HP Jornada 520/540
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.
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.
ZoomAir Software Access Point
Manufacturer: Zoom Telephonics Price: $149 
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Software Access Point program that turns any wireless client into an access point; basically a version of the Neesus Client Utility.
Bundled with Sygate for Internet Sharing.
Same thing also sold by Compaq.
Supports Intersil PRISM based cards only.
ZyXEL ZyAir B-100 Wireless LAN PC Card and B-400 Wireless LAN Ethernet Adapter
Manufacturer: ZyXEL Price: $69 
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The company's latest laptop adapter and Ethernet-to-wireless bridge are competent if somewhat run-of-the-mill products.
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