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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If you're using an external Wi-Fi card, you can remove it.
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