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 What is the difference between 802.11b&802.11g wireless cards?

Answer Both 802.11b and 802.11g are wireless networking standards. A wireless network card can support the 802.11b standard, the 802.11g standard, or both. The 802.11g standard improves on the 802.11b sta... Read More »
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Are wireless USB adapters as good as wireless cards?

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Is there a difference between credit cards and debit cards?

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Difference Between Video Cards & Graphics Cards?

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Can you mix wireless-G routers with wireless-G PCI cards?

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