You are asking the wrong question. It is not compatibility with your hardware you should worry about. You need to check for compatibility with your OPERATING SYSTEM and your WIRELESS ROUTER. First, look for your operating system's logo on the Wi-Fi card packaging. Then, see if the Wi-Fi card supports at least one communication protocol your router provides (so far, there are three -- 802.11b, 802.11g, and 802.11n -- and every router supports at least one; information about protocol(s) supported is usually labeled onto the router's back or bottom panel).
What should you buy? It's up to you, really. There is a considerable variety of Wi-Fi devices out there; some are connected via a USB port, others, via a PCMCIA slot. Personally, I like PCMCIA cards better and prefer Netgear brand, but it's just a personal preference...
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