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Re: IBM Debuts Wireless Laptop
Posted by: Tim McDonald 2001-09-17 23:52:45
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IBM Corp. (NYSE: IBM) unveiled a wireless laptop computer on Thursday that features a local area network (LAN) chip built directly on the computer's motherboard. The chip allows users to connect to the Internet and peripherals, such as printers, cell phones and other mobile devices, without using cables.

Re: IBM Debuts Wireless Laptop
Posted by: queta 2003-09-15 10:03:14 In reply to: Tim McDonald
Does the laptop offered need a connection to telephone line to work with internet?
thank you

Posted by: foobar104 2002-09-17 10:18:20 In reply to: Tim McDonald
Correction: Apple has been offering AirPort (their name for 802.11b wireless networking) in their laptops since the summer of 1999 -- that's slightly over three years, not just one. AirPort was first included in the original "P1" iBooks, which were released in July of that year. Today, AirPort is available as an option in every computer Apple sells, including both their iBook and PowerBook G4 laptops and also the iMac, eMac, and Power Macintosh desktop systems. This story pretty seriously misrepresented Apple's market position in wireless computing.
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