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Having used both forms of wireless networking, a card is much more convenient. I currently use an Asus PCE-N15 card rated for 300Mbps, fits into a smol x1 PCIe slot, has two antennae (antenni?), and only took a driver install from Asus' website.

 

I used to use a USB adapter, but honestly it using up a USB slot as well as it being prone to being yanked out - not that that ever happened to me - was enough of a turn-off.

My computer currently does not have wireless networking. I was wondering if I should get an actual networking card to put in my computer, or if a usb adapter would work.

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Having used both forms of wireless networking, a card is much more convenient. I currently use an Asus PCE-N15 card rated for 300Mbps, fits into a smol x1 PCIe slot, has two antennae (antenni?), and only took a driver install from Asus' website.

 

I used to use a USB adapter, but honestly it using up a USB slot as well as it being prone to being yanked out - not that that ever happened to me - was enough of a turn-off.

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2 minutes ago, seoz said:

Having used both forms of wireless networking, a card is much more convenient. I currently use an Asus PCE-N15 card rated for 300Mbps, fits into a smol x1 PCIe slot, has two antennae (antenni?), and only took a driver install from Asus' website.

 

I used to use a USB adapter, but honestly it using up a USB slot as well as it being prone to being yanked out - not that that ever happened to me - was enough of a turn-off.

ok Thanks!! :)

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