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  • Smart Computing Article - Wires: Who Needs 'Em?
    . If you don t have a free slot, or just feel uncomfortable opening your computer case, you can purchase an external wireless network adapter and connect it to a free USB port on the PC. Because they are valued for their mobility, most notebooks available today feature integrated wireless network
  • Computer Power User Article - Mainstream Mayhem
    shader units and eight ROPs, as opposed to the Radeon X1800 XL, which has 16 pixel shader units and 16 ROPs. Both the GTO and XL have eight vertex shader units, however. Currently, the Connect 3D Radeon X1800 GTO is one of the least expensive X1800 GTO cards available, and it just made
  • The Web PLC is here
    PLCs connect PCs to the factory floor over the World Wide Web. By Richard A. Baker Jr. The Momentum M1E line of PLCs come with embedded Web pages. The line includes a full range of I/O bases that accept a snap-on communications adapter, making it usable with Profibus, Interbus-S, DeviceNet, Modbus
  • Computer Power User Article - Advanced Q&A Corner
    be able to type papers and stuff like that. I don t need anything fancy, but I don t want to go blind writing papers on a TV, either. Is there an adapter I could buy to hook up my TV cable, Xbox, and Wii all to my computer monitor? I have an old 17-inch monitor that came with my Dell PC. Thanks! Many
  • Smart Computing Article - Basic Troubleshooting- DSL Modems
    with RJ-45 jacks (they look a lot like phone jacks, only bigger). To use an Ethernet modem, you ll need to have a notebook or desktop with a network card, also called a network adapter. In contrast, USB modems connect to your computer through a USB port, and they tend to install without much fuss

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