Wi-Fi card


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Wi-Fi card

A Wi-Fi adapter that plugs into a computer. For desktop computers, Wi-Fi may be added via a PCI card or USB. For older laptops, Wi-Fi is added via USB or a PC Card. See Wi-Fi, PCI, USB adapter and PC Card.
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To eavesdrop the wireless traffic of the target house without joining the network, HomeSpy collects data by setting the smartphone's Wi-Fi card into the monitor mode.
The Wi-Fi also enables wireless printing with an optional EasyShare printer and Wi-Fi card.
With the included Wi-Fi card, you can e-mail pictures--without a computer--through the EasyShare Gallery, using a direct wireless connection through a home network or public hotspot.
In order to take advantage of the high-speed wireless technology, customers will need a Wi-Fi card or mobile device embedded with Wi-Fi technology.
But, MEPIS 3.3 detected my Wi-Fi card (a Netgear WG311) during installation and I was able to connect to my wireless broadband WITHOUT DOING A THING - a first!
The EasyShare-One camera (US$599 MSRP; US$99 for optional Kodak Wi-Fi card) will begin reaching select retailers this June.
With its first Wi-Fi card, which contains a built-in 802.11b radio, users can connect to the Internet anytime they are within a range of a Wi-Fi access point or hotspot.
Just in case I'd encounter this again during my trip, I switched my ThinkPad's internal Intel Wi-Fi card to use all the European channels.
While PalmOne's current focus in the wireless Web realm is the development of PDAs featuring Wi-Fi card slots, as opposed to integrated Wi-Fi, Shirai acknowledged the trend is moving toward built-in accessibility.
Freeman's Compaq laptop is also equipped with a Wi-Fi card. Wi-Fi is a hot ticket these days, because it makes it possible for laptop computers to wirelessly connect with the Internet.
Users can experience the freedom of wireless by using the standard 802.11b Wi-Fi Card to achieve wireless audio intercom and control capabilities, ultimately eliminating unsightly cables to create an aesthetically pleasing environment.
An optional add-on Wi-Fi card offers the capability of sending and receiving email--provided you are in range of a hot spot, which are becoming more and more available (Starbucks, McDonald's, plus many of the newer office buildings and municipal parks throughout the country).