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A notebook or laptop is by design ideal to take along almost anywhere and wireless internet connections make getting online simple, from almost anywhere. The newest model laptops have improved antennas and can pick up signals from access points at greater ranges than ever before. However, even the improved range of the newer broadband cards may not be enough for weak home signals or access points and that is when an external Wi-Fi card can be of use.
Unfortunately older model notebooks may not have the range required to pick up wireless signals even close at hand. Some internet cafes and airports may have weak signals in the available seating areas. Individuals who travel a lot may find they are out of range of any access point a lot of the time.
A quick fix to poor reception for some older laptops can be an new external broadband Wi-Fi card. These new devices attach to the USB port and can extend the range of most laptops significantly. The external wireless card may come with a cord and stand so that its position can be adjusted to pick up the signal where it is strongest. This is a favored solution for individuals with older notebooks or laptops where the broadband card is not functioning correctly.
This external wireless modem is usually best for picking up a signal from home networks or public access points. The proper broadband card will usually extend the range of the device enough to pick up even weaker signals and allow the user to connect. Secured networks will require the encryption key and unsecured networks such as public access points can pose security risks if personal data is transmitted using them.
A wireless broadband card may not solve the problem if the user is regularly beyond the range of the home network or a hotspot. The alternate answer might be a broadband data card. These cards are usually no larger than a flash drive and connect to the USB port of a laptop or notebook.
Perhaps the only negative to using a broadband data connection is that connection to the internet is charged by how much data is transferred. Most home broadband connections are unmetered no matter how much data is transferred. On the other hand the broadband card can keep the laptop owner connected almost anywhere they choose to go.
The broadband data card can access the internet at speeds of up to 4G, depending upon the card and the company supplying the service. This type of broadband connection seems to work well for casual web browsing and email viewing because these activities require very little data. On the other hand, the avid video fan, teen who downloads gigabytes of music and the avid online gamer may find the broadband card useful only at times when the home broadband connection is unavailable.
Notebooks were made to go with the owner anywhere and the wireless internet connection options available today make getting online and staying connected easier than ever before. Anywhere the laptop is can become a hotspot with the right data card. Whether a new external network card will do or if a broadband data card is necessary depends upon how often the user is away from home and how far from the nearest access point they are.
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