wireless network cards for desktop PC

  logoff 16:28 10 Sep 13
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My son is buying a desktop PC and, due to difficulty in getting an ethernet cable into his room, we need to get a network card added to ensure can connect to broadband (we are with O2) this way. His system is likely to be an i5 with Windows 7, probably 64 bit. Is there any best buys or, more importantly, types of card to avoid? Have never had to buy one of these before so don't know much about them, Thanks in advance

  alanrwood 10:35 11 Sep 13

Had several brands and found they all worked roughly the same. They nearly all have the same chips in anyway.

  logoff 11:26 11 Sep 13
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Thanks alanrwood-unfortunately this was a duplicate thread as PC was hanging when trying to post and it appeared twice but your comments still helpful Regards

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