t3st3r at mail.ru
Sat Feb 17 23:18:34 CET 2007
Joe Pfeiffer wrote:
> Another, probably better, option is a bluetooth access point.
Yes but it will have insignificant coverage. So it will be hardly
limited to my home. Still something and better than nothing.
>> P.S. As for me, I'm still do not understand, why there is no WI-FI built
>> in. This is a BIG hardware design mistake IMHO. Linux without network is
>> something like North Pole without snow. And the only somehow popular
>> networking in public places is WI-FI.
> This has been discussed many, many times in the last month. According
> to Sean, no wifi chips that both are low-power and have open specs.
Hmm. Sorry for bothering once more then. Much more helpful reply
compared to spam from David Schlesinger, thanks :)
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