Samsung Electronics has launched access points (AP) for wireless LAN with built-in security that will help businesses save costs in building networks, reports ZDNet Korea’s Cho Mu-hyun.
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Samsung 3-Foot Micro USB Cable 3pk for $3
Inspired by the iPad, Samsung opted to remove USB support from its Galaxy Tab 10.1. But the feature is making its way back via this $20 adapter. Feeling swindled?
Samsung has just unveiled the S2 portable external hard drive, which is likely to be known more for its speed than its capacity.
Following up last week's announcement of the ST80, Samsung has announced the PL90, which cuts out the middle man with its own built-in USB connector.
Cameras with built-in Wi-Fi haven't been as plentiful as you might expect, considering the extra step it eliminates of either plugging the camera into a USB port or inserting the memory card into a slot in order to upload photos. But this week Samsung (along with chipmaker Alereon) announced a new wireless solution that it hopes will make more of an impact with the digital shutterbugs of the world.
Unfortunately, one of the least used features on all-in-one multi-function printers and heavy duty copier/scanner/printer machines is the scan function because it's simply too complicated. If you're lucky, IT will set up your email account as a preconfigured setting and they'll teach you how to scan a document to your email inbox.
The chipmaker is planning to add Ethernet and wireless LAN products to BTopenworld's broadband arsenal, removing some of the limitations of its USB modem
A simple and flexible way to add wireless networking to any PC.
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