[access-uk] Re: Which Network Card would work best with a Toshiba satelite pro A10 laptop

Hi Alexander,

I'm using two made by Belkin.  They are the PCMCIA type
which slot into the card slot of the laptop.

What I like about Belkin is that they usually have a
lifetime guarantee and free support.

George.

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Shannon
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Subject: [access-uk] Which Network Card would work best with
a Toshiba satelite pro A10 laptop

Hi all,

Please could someone answer the question in the subject of
this e-mail as soon as possible please.  The reason for my
asking is that my wife has the type of laptop described in
the subject of this e-mail and we were due to go broadband
today, however due to other issues it has had to be
postponed until Monday.  The problem which prompted this
message is that although I am running an Acer travelmate
laptop with the capability to run wirelessly, I would like
to put my laptop on our one and only desk so that I can
easily connect it to my canon canoScan 1250U2, therefore it
is my wife's laptop that will have to be put on the other
side of the room,  and if her laptop 
can not be wired to the router she may need a wireless
network card   in her 
machine.

Therefore, my question is what sort of card would be best
for her laptop?


Alexander Shannon 

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