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Powerbook 1400cs and a Linksys Wireless-B Router??

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I have a Linksys Wireless-B Router v4 that I have successfully connected with 3 PC-based systems within my home.  Everything is now working great!

I have a Macintosh PowerBook 1400cs laptop which I'd like to connect in as well.

Is there a product that I can purchase for the PowerBook that will accomplish this?  If so, what product is that ?  Is it the same PCMIA card that I'd buy for an intel based machine?

I don't know what it does, but the laptop came with a PCMIA card that says "ZOOM PC Card, v.34C Plus, Cellular Ready", 36,600 bps v.34 with PC Card Guard.
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Yes; www.macwireless.com sells the cards. see <http://www.macwireless.com/html/products/11b/11bPCCard.html>.

that card that came with the machine is a modem.
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