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802.11n usb adapter that works on a Mac





ammonkc
I have a mac mini in my living room as a home theater pc to stream all of my media to. It would be too hard to run a ethernet cable to that room, so wifi is my only option. but the mac mini only has 802.11g support which isn't fast enough to stream video content.
I bought the new apple airport extreme basestation with 802.11n. This is perfect because I can connect a 1TB RAID with all of my media to the usb port on the router, and access it from any computer on the network. This would be the missing link to my whole network and mediacenter if the mac mini supported "N".

Is there an 802.11n usb adapter that will work on a mac? I've look at a lot of the major brands like netgear, linksys, d-link but all of them say windows only. has anyone found a solution that will let a mac mini get "n" wireless?
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