QuickerTek debuts 802.11n wireless card upgrade for Mac mini

Apple StoreQuickerTek is offering the high performance wireless networking of 802.11n wireless to Apple Intel Mac mini owners. Users install the antenna and 802.11n card using the included instructions and tools, for US$179.

QuickerTek’s 802.11n Mac mini upgrade is a complete solution that not only provides an ‘n’ card, but also provides a second antenna – required to get all of the speed that 802.11n wireless can offer.

The wireless networking card is made to the same specifications as the Apple factory ‘n’ card and installs into the AirPort card slot – replacing the stock AirPort card. The ‘n’ wireless upgrade works with all 802.11/b/g/n WiFi equipment including Apple AirPort, AirPort Extreme and the latest 802.11n version of AirPort Extreme – seen for the first time at the January Macworld Expo.

The user-installed Mac Mini wireless upgrade includes the 802.11n wireless card, tools and illustrated installation manual – everything users need to complete the upgrade on their own. An Apple-compatible driver installer is also provided. The 802.11n wireless upgrade is backed with a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

Additional product information is found at http://www.quickertek.com/80211N_upgrade_mini.php

MacBook Pro, MacBook, and iMac owners, see: QuickerTek debuts 802.11n wireless card upgrade for MacBook Pro, iMac and MacBook users – March 05, 2007


  1. These are not going to sell at the current price point. My Mini came in fully loaded at $899. At their price I spend 20% of the price of a new Mini to get one feature upgraded – better to sell the Mini on ebay and get the new Mini with the new card already installed and the new faster chips and if one waits until the right time the new OS and iLife – all that would be a real bargan for just $600 more – minus the ebay “trade in” return.

    Now, sell em for $79. Then people will buy.

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