Wireless 2006 Notebook/Laptop Articles

Popular Wireless Articles for 2006

Dell Latitude D620 Review (pics, specs)

The Dell Latitude D620 is a 14-inch widescreen business notebook equipped with the latest Intel Core Duo processor. The D620 replaces the D610 and provides quite an overhaul in[...]

Super Cantenna Review — Extend Your Wi-Fi Network Range (pics)

I recently was given the opportunity to test the Super Cantenna Wireless Booster Antenna. The Cantenna name is appropriate given that the product is in the shape of the[...]

Sprint Wireless Card and Linksys Broadband Router Combo Review

Anyone who has ever owned a laptop at one time or another has thought of how great it would be to have web access no matter your location. Wireless broadband[...]

Sony VAIO FJ270 Review (pics, specs)

The Sony VAIO VGN-FJ270/B is a thin and light "head turning" notebook. It is geared towards home/business use. The model being reviewed has a 1.86 GHz Intel Pentium M processor,[...]

Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Xi1546 Review (pics, specs)

The Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Xi1546 is available with Intel Core Duo processors from 1.66GHz to 2.33GHz, RAM from 512MB to 2GB, an 80, 100 or 120GB Hard Disk and all have[...]

Motorola Stereomoto HT-820 Bluetooth Headphones (pics, specs)

Many people nowadays have headsets for their cellphones or for their computers in order to use Skype/VoIP or play online games. I have a headset that I use with my[...]

Logitech Wireless Keyboard S510 Review (pics)

The Logitech Cordless Desktop S510 is a wireless keyboard, mouse and media remote set that can be a great compliment to those with a notebook for those times you're working[...]

MSI 1013 Review (pics, specs)

The MSI 1013 is the barebones version of the MSI S270 -- ultra portable notebook powered by an AMD Turion. Out of the box it provides you with a[...]

Dell Announces Built-In 802.11n Wireless Card for Notebooks

Dell today announced the availability of the Dell Wireless 1500 Draft 802.11n dual-band wireless mini card that can be configured for all XPS and Inspiron notebooks. This built-in 802.11n[...]

News Bits: Lenovo Y300 and Y400 Unveiled, Charging Wirelessly, Apple AMD-based Laptop?

Lenovo unveils Y-series notebooksCharging devices wirelessly could soon be a realityHP reports strong Q4 resultsApple AMD-based laptop in the works?Sony VAIO C-series notebooks are hot items in Taiwan

Kensington Si750m Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse Review

If you ask most people, What is one of the most annoying things about owning a laptop? A large portion of them will reply with the same[...]

Kensington Ci65m Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse Review

Kensington has been a mainstay in notebook accessories market for a long time, and their experience shows in its Ci65m Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse. Available at many online retailers and[...]

ZyXEL AG-225H Wi-Fi Finder and USB Wireless Adapter Review (pics, specs)

The ZyXEL AG-225H is a rather unique little device in that it is both a Wi-Fi Finder and USB based wireless card adapter. That means you can[...]

Dell Releases EVDO ExpressCard

Dell today announced the release of the Dell Wireless 5700 Mobile Broadband ExpressCard. An ExpressCard solution for integrating Verizon EVDO into your notebook. The card is available now[...]

News Bits: Core 2 Duo Benchmarks, New Verizon EVDO for ExpressCard Slots, XPS M2010 Reviewed

Intel Core 2 Duo T7600 performance benchmarksVerizon Wireless ships ExpressCard EV-DO cardAsustek notebook profits to increase in 2006AirDefense announces Mobile 4.0, the most powerful laptop-based 802.11 wireless analysis toolDell XPS[...]

ThinkPad Core 2 Duo, 802.11n and Security Updates Announced by Lenovo

Lenovo today announced that the ThinkPad T, X, R and Z series notebooks would be receiving a refresh in the form of a Core 2 Duo processor being offered on[...]

News Bits: MacBook Speed Exaggerated, WiFi 802.11n, Laptop Undervolting, Alienware Game Site

Apple MacBook Pro and iMac Core Duo Not as Fast As ClaimedHere Comes 802.11n -- Support for up to 600Mbps Wireless Transfer Rates and Greater RangeUndervolting Your Laptop ArticleAlienware Launches[...]

Nightmares with Netgear Wireless Networking Products

While this review is primarily about the quality of Netgear wireless networking products, I am also going to spend a decent amount of time touching on wireless networking as a[...]

Sony VAIO Network Media Receiver Review

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Goodbye Analog TV, Hello Broadband Wireless Internet?

Once upon a time, Internet access was limited primarily by the "last mile," the copper wires that brought a connection into a home or office. Now, in an era when[...]