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Computers Simplified®, 7th Edition by Paul McFedries

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Chapter 12. Wireless Computing

Many of the most common computing devices — particularly the keyboard and mouse — now come with wireless versions, enabling you to use these devices without connecting them directly to your computer. With other wireless equipment, you can also network computers and access the Internet without cables.

Wireless Computing

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Wireless computing allows you to operate your computer, communicate with others, and access resources — such as a network and the Internet — using equipment that does not require cables, phone lines, or any other direct, physical connection.

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