How many devices can wirelessly connect to a modem

i have a old desktop with a wirelss modem i have a laptop connect,xbox360 ps3 wii iphone and ipod touch all connect wirelessly i just orderd a imac will i be able to run the imac with all the other wirelss thing or will i have to drop on of them. thanks a lot

I just bought my imac last night.... computer is verrrryyyy slow on the internet (i have a wireless router, an actiontec gt704wg) i am connected to a dsl line(avg line speed is 750 mps). I also have my old compac pc on the same wireless router. my old pc loads webpages in approx 1 sec, same web page takes almost 10 seconds to load on my brand new imac. no help from tech support. anyone know what else i can do other than bring this back to the store and buy a pc (vista and all)

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