Tag Archives: Wireless

Better, Faster 802.11ac Wi-Fi is Here — Shouldn’t It Be In Your New PC?

Many manufacturers are still putting outdated 802.11bgn wireless technology in new devices despite the fact that the technology is almost 8 years old and has since been replaced by 802.11ac Wi-Fi, which is 3x faster and more stable. Since this … Read more >

Holiday Laptop Shopping Guide: Don’t Get Duped Into Outdated Wi-Fi

New products mean new technologies, right? Not necessarily. Even though laptop manufacturers could be utilizing 802.11ac Wi-Fi (which is 3x faster than 802.11bgn), many continue to stuff slow, outdated 802.11bgn into millions and millions of new products. Don’t get duped … Read more >

Intel 2-in-1s: Powerful Performance, Maximum Mobility

2-in-1 devices offer the productivity of a laptop and the flexibility of a tablet in one unique piece of hardware. When you combine the fast, innovative Intel® Core™ M processor with the lightning-quick data transfer speeds of 802.11ac wireless, you … Read more >

Cable ISPs Vs. Mobile Carriers: Untangling the Future of Wi-Fi

Despite the advances in cellular data transfer speeds and coverage, Wi-Fi continues to be the primary hub for mobile device data. In addition to being the dominant method of connectivity for current mobile users, trends like the Internet of Things … Read more >

Get The Big Picture With The Actiontec ScreenBeam Mini2

Advances in wireless technology have created opportunities for people to de-clutter their lives by removing more and more cords. Intel’s vision is to create a completely wire-free experience for both the home and office, and one of the first steps … Read more >

“Wireless” Vs. “Wire Free” — Uncompromised Productivity

Advances in technology have produced a comfortable wireless computing experience that allows us the ability to move beyond the tethers of Ethernet cables, but we still have a few more steps before we can confidently say, “We’re wire free.” The … Read more >

802.11ac in the Enterprise — A True Productivity Boost

As the enterprise integrates BYOD and mobility strategies, the burden placed on wireless access points in companies has increased exponentially. In the past, employees connected to wireless networks on one primary device such as a laptop, and 802.11b/g/n routers were … Read more >