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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The battery is there so it can run the Wi-Fi card on the inside to generate its own hotspot so that the data can be access over wireless connectivity.
First, HomeSpy sets the Wi-Fi card on the smartphone into the monitor mode to capture network traffic over wireless channels near the target house.
Next to that is a second slot to accommodate a half-length Wi-Fi card. There are two standard SATA connectors as well.
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A separate mini PCIe x1 slot supports wireless connectivity using an optional Wi-Fi card and two front mounted antennas.
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Also has a camera, a Wi-Fi card, motion sensors and works as a phone dock.
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