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Friday, 16 November 2007 11:22

Sonnet adapts Macs to 802.11g networking

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Aria Extreme priced at $129.95


Sonnet
has released its Aria Extreme-n 802.11n wireless mini-PCIe card. Retail priced at US$129.95, the card works with Macs that shipped from the factory with 802.11g networking.

It replaces the AirPort Extreme card that comes with the Mac Pro, MacBook, MacBook Pro and Intel-based iMac and Mac mini systems. Some of these systems shipped without any wireless networking ability.

Customers will have to buy and install a copy of Apple's AirPort Extreme 802.11n Enable from Apple.
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