What are the advantages?
18 Apr 08
I beg to differ. I have a wireless router and all my pcs and notebooks are connected via the wireless network. While wired network gives us the 100mbps compared to 54 mbps for G std wifi it gives the user flexibility. I do not know about homes in other countries, but over here over rooms are not connected. I hate to renovate and rewire my home to put in the network wires so I chose the wireless option. I have 2 desktops in my utility room where I connect to my printer. My family uses notebooks, at times 3 at one time and we print using the wireless connection thru the computer in the room. How ever data transfer over the network is slower but we solve it with pendrives.... I can rearrange my computers to any corner or any room without worrying about the wiring.
5 Apr 08
Aside from allowing us to connect to other networks in a remote location that serves free wifi location, we can simply increased/expand the number of clients with the existing networks that we currently have. That is the best part for me...heheh
26 Mar 08
I would say that it is easier if you have a notebook computer and you can move it anywhere in the house. I do not know if you go out and if it is right to use someone else's wireless like if you are in a motel or someplace different. I would say if you are maybe watching Tv in the living room, instead of going to your desktop and mylotting in the two or so minute commercials, you can do it right there and not miss the first two scenes of the show you are watching.