Hi. I've been wanting to go wireless with my desktop for a while, but I'm not sure which is better: an internal PCI card, or a USB adapter. I have an older computer (Specs here,
but I installed a ATI Radeon X1050 graphics card in the PCI Express x16 slot), so I want to get something that will work. I"ve been looking at the following products:Super G 802.11BG Wireless PciMedialink - Wireless G USB AdapterMSI Wireless-G USB2.0 AdapterAirLink101
So, which is better for my poor, aging desktop: PCI or USB? The Medialink one got good reviews for working on older computers, but I want a second opinion before I buy. Also, you'll notice that all of them are pretty cheap...and that's a big factor: I don't have a lot to spend.
PS - If this is the wrong forum mods, then please move it. Thanks.