High Tech Electronics I'll admit it. I'm probably the butt of many jokes in the IT department. But I do know the difference between WiFi and LAN, DSL and cable. That doesn't mean I understand their inner workings. To me, if it's wireless and works I'm happy. I won't die if I don't get my CNN feeds faster, but it never hurts to stay on the cutting edge, right?
Granted, keeping up with changing technology can make your head spin. Just when you were content with something, a new and improved version comes on the market-making your investment obsolete.
What you may not know (I didn't) is that while your wireless network may have the ability to deliver content faster than a speeding bullet, if you don't have good distance, it won't matter. You might as well have dial-up, which is why Hawking Technologies created the first wireless-G adapter to integrate dish technology.
In non-techie speak, that means you'll get better range (like up to 300% more than standard embedded applications) and speed. So, bye bye WiFi distance problem. As a bonus, the wireless-G adapter protects your network from outside intruders (so that cheapskate who never returned your blender can't mooch your Internet service too). Not bad for $69.99. Visit www.hawkingtech.com.
For LxM Amy Covington
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