Can you still get Mac compatible wireless adapters or I'm I better going for an Airport card? The price had put me off however I found some cheap ones on eBay, the only thing is that PC World (I know but bear with me) has some good offers on routers and adapters. I suppose I could always just sell the spare adapter if I bought one.
Anyway, just wanted to see what other people's experiences are.
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Foktech Wifi Dongle, AC600 802.11ac Dual Band 5GHz Mini Wireless Network USB Wifi Adapter for PC Desktop Laptop, Support Windows 10/8/7/Vista/XP, Mac Os X 10.6-10.14 4.5 out of 5. I tested the adapter via both a Mac mini with USB 3.0 Type-A connections and a 12-inch MacBook with USB-C using a dock. The adapter worked fine even when plugged in through an intervening device. To get this working make sure you have an WiFi USB Adapter which is compatible with Apple Mac OS X and have drivers available for it, luckily for me the Realtek 8191 Chipset based Mini 300Mbps USB Wireless Adapter we used earlier to hack and make Asus O!Play wifi capable did the trick.