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I haven't been able to locate any other wireless USB adapters with OS X support.

It should rather be able to handle 108 Mbit/s or higher.

Any suggestions?

Edit: As I'm not a Mac user, I totally mixed up what Airport devices do. Now I realize what an Airport Express device does, thanks to The Devil Tesla, so I edited my question.

I prefer an USB adapter for the portability's sake, even though an access point would do the job.

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Airport Express isn't a wireless USB adaptor, but an access point with a USB port. Do you mean a plugin USB device to allow a non wireless enabled machine to use wireless? – The Tentacle Aug 21 '09 at 15:54
Yes, I meant a plugin USB device. Sorry about the confusion, as I 'm not familiar with what the Mac devices are called. – TFM Aug 22 '09 at 4:19
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For wireless USB adaptors, check this list of adaptors that use the Ralink RT2500 chipset (USB column) and install the appropriate Ralink drivers for Mac OS X.

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That was what I was looking for, thanks! Most products don't have information on their web pages about which chipset is used, but that's something for me to find out. – TFM Aug 27 '09 at 11:31

Don't think of Airport Express as a router, think of it as a router that is also a print server. I do not know of any routers other than the Apple ones that combine both functions (it's a shame really). But yea, you are going to have to find first a router and then a print server that can work over OS X, and I believe that the major router makers (being Belkan, Linksys, and D-Link) make both.

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I found a Wireless-N USB adapter from Panda Wireless on Amazon. It used a ralink chipset and comes with drivers for Mac OS X. I may work for you.

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