wireless card

wireless card

A wireless adapter that plugs into a PC Card or PCI slot. See wireless adapter.
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TECHAiDE also installed its newest innovative technology, the 'ASANKA', which provides free access to educational contents using any wifi enabled devices like cell phones, tablets, laptops, or computers with a wireless card.
Worth mentioning is that Garmin's Flight Stream 510 wireless card that performs a similar function (plus a variety of other ones, including flight plan transfer and data overlay) is in the $1500 price range, compared to the $250 Wombat piston model.
In additions, this military grade panel PC offers full size miniPCIe for wireless card and IEEE802.11 a/b/g/n 2x2 dual bands.
Stealth Cam has met both those needs in a single package with its new WiFi Wireless Card Reader, a device that can instantly stream images and video files to your phone or tablet while simultaneously charging any device with a USB power cable.
The official said that efforts are on to coordinate with all international banks so that the wireless card terminals accept all debit and credit cards used by tourists.
This program runs on Windows XP or higher and requires a wireless card to operate.
With the Intel wireless card, all these systems support Intel's wireless display standard.
The second method is attaching a wireless card reader to the ATM, making it look like it's part of the machine that the client must swipe the car through before using it.
We have got about 350 Galaxy tablet computers, with a wireless card swipe and using that tablet, we can now open an account anywhere in the country in very, very remote areas in five minutes and give the person a working debit card that they could, technically, walk up to the next ATM or Eftpos and withdraw the money immediately.'
According to the company, the add-on wireless card will allow customers to easily configure their B710, B720 or B730 printers to a local wireless network, enabling print jobs to be sent to any nearby data port within the system.
It comes with a webcam, wireless card, CD/DVD burner, Bluetooth capabilities, a backlit keyboard, and Windows 7 Professional operating system with XP mode, a feature that allows the user to run older software that is specific or proprietary to Windows XP.
In turn, mobile computers can be any computer that is wireless, enabled with anything from a built-in wireless card to an external dongle.

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