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Want to get on Nintendo WiFi? Don't have a router? Use your Mac!

If you have a Mac computer with AirPort, you can use AirPort to take your Nintendo DS online! No more need to buy a wireless router. Just get your Mac online with an ethernet cable and use it to send your internet connection to your DS wirelessly!

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9:27 PM

i dont have a mac so it doesnt really affect me. but i guess its something nice to know!    



7:42 AM

Cool. But thats sorta the same way how i get on NWC. I have a PC and a wirelesss router.    



7:53 AM

this is probably the first thing ive EVER heard that a Mac is worth.    



2:12 PM

Why Mac why T_T Why do you have to taunt me    



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