PC card

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PC card


n.
a small, removable, externally accessible circuit board housing a device, as a modem or disk drive, and conforming to the PCMCIA standard: used esp. for laptop computers.
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8 lens and transmitted to the phone with an Eye-Fi Pro X2 SD Wi-Fi card.
A separate mini PCIe x1 slot supports wireless connectivity using an optional Wi-Fi card and two front mounted antennas.
The technology inside is a Wi-Fi card, the same sort you might have in your phone or your laptop.
Upon downloading and installing the application, Connectify uses the computersa[euro](tm) built in Wi-Fi card to wirelessly share any available Internet connection: a cable modem, a cellular card or another Wi-Fi network.
Also has a camera, a Wi-Fi card, motion sensors and works as a phone dock.
The camera also enables consumers to print wirelessly, with an 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.
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
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.
It's a small box which plugs into your phone line, then "talks" to your PC via a normal network cable or wirelessly if your PC has a wi-fi card.