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Quicker WiFi Upgrade for Older Macs

14 July 2014 764 views One Comment

Until now WiFi upgrades for Macs were limited to external USB products. Enter Quickertek and its QCard 802.11ac internal WiFi upgrade cards for the Mac.

If you have an older Mac that you’d like to upgrade to the latest 802.11ac wifi tech, your options were until now limited to external USB products. Enter Quickertek and its QCard 802.11ac internal WiFi upgrade cards for the Mac.

Best of all mCard 2 AC ($149) 802.11ac wifi upgrade card utilizes your Mac’s existing antennas

Imagine using your iMac, Mac Pro or MacBook Pro with any wireless network and being able to utilize the WiFi far away from the wireless access point. Furthermore, imagine never having to buy a newer Mac to enjoy the many benefits of the newest wireless standards – 802.11 AC, N, and A. With the mCard, your older MacBook Pro or iMac can give you the same great wireless experienced from the latest Mac computers.

Works with all the contemporary wireless standards:
— 802.11 a – 5.0GHz, 300 megabits per second
— 802.11 n – 2.4GHz, 300 megabits per second
— 802.11 ac – 2.4GHz, 1gigabit per second
— Actual wireless speed is dependent on the AirPort Base Station (or access point/router) settings and physical barriers between the computer and the access point (walls, floors, office furniture etc.)

This unit is compatible with:
— 2008-2009 15″ MacBook Pros
— Late 2009, 2010, 2011 27″ iMacs
— 17″ iMacs
— 2007-2008 20″ iMac
— Operating System Mavericks 10.9.x
— Operating System Yosemite 10.10.x

Mostly compatible and not terribly expensive, the mCard 2 AC WiFi upgrade for older Macs is available now…

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One Comment »

  • JustMe said:

    And here I sit with a late 2010 17″ Macbook Pro. I guess I don’t get to play.

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