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 PCI ('''P'''eripheral '''C'''omponent '''I'''nterconnect) is the standard expansion slots in your desktop PC. 
 
-There are several ways to install a wireless NIC into a desktop machine with a PCI slow - one is to purchase one of the PCI network cards and plug it straight in, another is to purchase a PCMCIA cradle that goes in a PCI slot and then buy a PCMCIA NIC, and finally you could forget about PCMCIA entirely and buy a USB NIC (which has the advantage that you can run a (cheaper) long USB cable and a much shorter antenna cable). 
+There are several ways to install a wireless NIC into a desktop machine with a PCI slow - one is to purchase one of the PCI network cards and plug it straight in, another is to purchase a [PCMCIA] cradle that goes in a PCI slot and then buy a [PCMCIA] NIC, and finally you could forget about [PCMCIA] entirely and buy a [USB] NIC (which has the advantage that you can run a (cheaper) long USB cable and a much shorter antenna cable). 
 
 One thing to be aware of is that some NICs require a PCI 2.2 complaint motherboard.  Most PCI motherboards are, but some very early ones are not.  Check your manual before buying! 
+The [MiniPCI Mini PCI] specification exists for compact devices such as notebooks. 
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