Internal Wireless PCI-E Desktop Card Reviews 2015

*This post contains affiliate links which at no cost to you allows us earn a commission on product purchases.   .. The TP-LINK TL-WDN4800 uses a PCI Express slot and is compatible with Windows. It doesn’t state if it is compatible with Linux but by doing a quick Google search you can see this card is used widely… Read More »

Wireless Flash Drive Overview

  Flash drives have come a long way since being introduced 2001, not only have the sizes become larger but the prices have fallen drastically.   And now the newest evolution of flash drives is they can be wireless.   These new wifi flash drives can talk to any wireless device such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop… Read More »

Review: D-Link DCS-930L Wireless-N Network Camera

A wireless network camera can display real time images from a home or business. These cameras often called IP cameras are connected to your home wifi or Ethernet and than transmit images to a smartphone, tablet, or laptop when on the go.   These cameras can come on the cheap with basic functions to expensive ones having night… Read More »

Router Channel 14 The Banned Channel

  Each country in the world controls their own wireless spectrum with most following the same frequency standard.   Some countries however add something’s other countries don’t. When this happens manufactures that sell wireless devices like routers build firmware /software that can be changed from one country to the next.   Channel 14 is one of those things… Read More »

Router Channel Width

  Many routers are now coming with the ability to change the channel width and tweak the setting to get better performance.   What is channel width? Channel width can be thought of like a highway. A four lane highway can handle more cars than a two lane. Of course the bigger the highway means more of a… Read More »