Also hidden away in the Airport Extreme revision are software enablers, included with the base station, to field-upgrade the wireless cards in some currently-shipping Macs to support 802.11n, no hardware changes necessary -- we suspected that something like this was in the works. Per Apple's ...
The Core 2 Duo MacBook Pros are hitting the streets and MacRumors is reporting that the wireless card is identified as a D-Link RangeBooster N 650 which is described as "Up to 650% Faster & 5X Farther than 802.11g". Since another "draft 802.11n" card was found in the Core 2 Duo iMacs , there is ...
Upon installing and booting into Windows Vista on his new 20-inch Core 2 Duo iMac, a forum poster known as Peace at Mac Rumors noticed that Vista identified the wireless card in the iMac as a Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter. Check out the Wikipedia's entry on 802.11n for some details, but it is ...
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