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MacBook Pro has 108 Mbps Support in XP

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I have a netgear WGT624(atheros inside) and it is one of those crazy 802.11 b/g that will do double rate (108Mbps). After booting into XP, it pops up saying I have connected at 108Mbps! Crazy stuff, I doubt it is supported in MacOS, but seems to be a hidden feature. Anybody else notice this? :P

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I have the same router at home. When I get off work I'll take a closer look and see if I notice the same thing. Funny how the MBP is revealing all of it's little surprises via Windows. :P

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i find it odd that apple would not equip their flagship laptop with a 108mbps card in os x.. it doesnt make much sense.. are you sure aiport extreme is only 54mbps?

 

edit: yup.. just checked the airport extreme card on apple.. only 54 mbps.. i suppose its not a big issue though if you're just doing same basic surfing, only really comes into play if you are doing heavy dl'ing, or online gaming.

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Im sure we will see the new Airport base station supporting it. We will get a "firmware update" and 108mbps will be there.

 

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Confirmed.

 

WinXP shows my connection to the netgear WGT624 wireless router to be at 108 Mbps. I didn't do any testing, but did seem to notice that pages load faster when surfing. Anyone else seen this as well?

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