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Abit Intros World First PCI-E Wi-Fi card

Abit Intros World First PCI-E Wi-Fi card news post from TweakTown's online news computing and technology content pages

Steve Dougherty | Dec 15, 2006 at 06:05 pm CST (0 mins, 53 secs reading time)


And we thought the day would never come, finally someone decides to kick off some Wi-Fi cards for the now standard PCIe x1 connector, none other than Abit in fact. Dubbed "AirPace Wi-Fi, the card is of course fully compatible with 802.11b and g networks and supports wireless speeds of up to 54Mbps.

Get all the details on it via the press material here folks.



December 11, 2006 - abit is once more expanding their product portfolio. Responding to the ever growing demand for a digital home environment in which various devices are wirelessly interconnected and can communicate with one another, abit now introduces a unique Wi-Fi solution. The abit AirPace Wi-Fi card is the very first IEEE 802.11b/g WLAN device for universal use with PCI-E interfaces. Unlike proprietary solutions the abit AirPace Wi-Fi is highly flexible as it is compatible with ANY PCI-E socket. This makes installation as well as migration true child's play. In addition to the common client mode, software Access Point capability is also supported. abit - pioneer in PCI-E wireless technology.


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