SanDisk 802.11b WiFi CompactFlash Card Review

Posted: May 19 2003, 11:39pm EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:40am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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SanDisk 802.11b WiFi CompactFlash Card Review
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EnvyNews writes:
Wireless was such a 2002 thang, but now with 54g wireless routers from Linksys, Belkin, SMC, Apple, and others on retail shelves all over for reasonable prices, there’s a huge push this year to add Wireless LAN connectivity for home and office. In this review, we take a look at PDA WiFi connectivity and the issues surrounding it... Here’s a snip:

“In this review, we examine the SanDisk CompactFlash 802.11b WiFi Connect card on a Dell Axim X5 Pocket PC 2002 PDA. We touch on Wireless Security, Hotspot roaming, Wardriving and netiquette, configuring a Pocket PC 2002 PDA to use a WiFi card and connection, and applications that can be used on the PDA in a portable internet environment. All in all, a great read; chock full of information on this emerging community resource.”
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