Category Archives: Dell

Dell Launches Unapproved 802.11n Wi-Fi Card

Dell is offering Pre-N wireless cards in thier Inspiron line of notebooks. Using an unapproved version of the spec, the cards are backwards compatible with b/g/a networks. The official version of the 802.11n spec is not due until 2007. No word if the cards are upgradable in the even they are not compatible with theContinue Reading

Dell Jumping On The 802.11n Bandwagon Early

Dell is jumping on the Pre-802.11n bandwagon and has announced plans to put Pre-n in the third quarter of 2006. The hope that the equipment will be upgradable to the final 802.11n spec when it is released in 12-18 months, but there is nothing certain. Via []Continue Reading

Dell’s Latest Latitudes Use Wireless To Get Ahead

Dell’s new Latitude D series laptops are available equipped with an EDGE or EVDO card for connection to cellular broadband networks from either Cingular or Verizon respectivly. This defiatly shows that there is a market (probobly mostly for business travellers) for Wireless WAN hardware to be integrated into the laptop itself. A service contract withContinue Reading