The Linksys adapters mentioned by Moose work great. I have an older
model, because my home office is quite far from the access point in
the living room. It makes a big difference. I have never needed to
travel with it, but it is certainly small and portable enough.
Many of the hotels I have stayed in recently have had an Ethernet
port in the room instead of wifi. It works great and is faster, of
course. I now carry a short cable with me when travelling, just in case.
On 27-mei-2008, at 7:41, Moose wrote:
> There are a number of USB WiFi adapters, some of which have antenna or
> antenna-like designs that you can move and direct. Here's another.
> Come to think of it, I have a ZyXel version sttting in a box, waiting
> for the old desktop to be set up in another room. Maybe I'll try it
> with the laptop to see if it works farther away than the built-in
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