A CDE Definition
WiFi vs. Ethernet
See Wi-Fi vs. Ethernet.
Wi-Fi vs. Ethernet
Wireless versus wired. Wi-Fi is the wireless counterpart to Ethernet, which is the universal standard for local area networks (LANs). In both homes and offices, networks are generally a mix of Wi-Fi and Ethernet. Most stationary machines are cabled together via Ethernet, because there is an Ethernet port on every modern computer. Wi-Fi networks (Wi-Fi hotspots) are set up for laptops, smartphones and tablets. However, any desktop machine can be made wireless with an adapter (see wireless adapter). See cellular vs. Wi-Fi, wireless router, access point, Ethernet, Wi-Fi and LAN.
Before/After Your Search Term
|WiFi sickness||WiFi wireless bridge|
|WiFi signal finder||WiFi ZONE|
|WiFi Simple Config||wiggle mode|
|WiFi tethering||Wii Remote|
|WiFi versions||Wii U|
|WiFi voice||Wii You|
|WiFi vs. cellular||Wiimote|
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