Wireless Receiver Desktop

I currently have a dell inspiron 9300 laptop that came with the dell 1350 internal wireless card. I live in a residential development and my neighbor across the street told me i could use his wireless if i could pick it up. It turns out i can pick it up great (along with a couple of other wireless networks actually). I am selling the laptop for a new dell desktop, probably an inspiron or optiplex, and would like to still be able to use this signal. I have read so much and there are certainly varying opinions on what is better. A pci or usb adapter. Also, wireless-n or will g work ok?

Basically what i would like to know is. Is there an adapter out there that will perform atleast as well as the one in my laptop?

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