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802.11b Are all 802.11b cf cards equal except for price? I want it for my Casio E 200.

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Re: 802.11b

Somewhat yes. i use a d-link cf 802.11b card with my netgear access point. If you want the most flexibility you may want to get an orinoco gold pcm-cia card (assuming you have a pc card adapter). orinoco makes a great card.

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