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No Airport Extreme for Switzerland (yet)

Apparently, AirPort Extreme (802.11g), the new technology Apple introduced during MWSF 03, will not be available in Switzerland due to certification problems by the Swiss certification authority Bakom, according to an InfoWeek report . It is not known when AirPort Extreme will be approved and sold by Apple Switzerland.
Picked this up in MacNN

Oops. and what happens to the new PBs Airport Extreme ready? I don't think they accept the former Airport cards (802.11b) .. With a bit of luck, it might just be the same kind of delay France suffered from when the initial Airport technology was introduced.

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