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Small Form Factor Wireless broadband on SN25P - is it poss

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mickey123, 26 Sep 2005.

  1. mickey123

    mickey123 What's a Dremel?

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    Hi,

    Can you get a wireless card that will connect my SN25P to my braodband BT box thingy I have for my lap top?

    I know there is only one space for a card left inside and its normally covered by GFX card.

    Can you get external ones?


    Mickey
     
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    Hiren mind control Moderator

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    Shuttle make wifi adapters for their shuttle boxes. Link . They connect to a header on the motherboard. Probably the neatist option for a shuttle.
     
  4. mickey123

    mickey123 What's a Dremel?

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    Thanks - Your both recommending the same thing and it looks Ideal.

    A friend of mine says that it is slow.

    He says 802.11g offfers 54Mbits/s

    any ideas if my geeky mate (bless him:) is correct?

    I have a broadband 2Mbit connection to share between a laptop and desktop.
     
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    They arent the same, the one I linked is the newer 802.11g version.

    Unless your looking to share files wireless between computers, it's not going to make any difference to your accessing the internet.
     
  6. mickey123

    mickey123 What's a Dremel?

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    Sorry mate I never noticed.

    Looks ideal. Trying to find a UK stockist that isnt OCUK!!!
     
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