Re: What does "No Integrated Wireless Support" mean?
Yes. For laptops, they usually come in PCMCIA style wireless adapters. Goes into that slot on the side of laptops. It's sort of like an expansion slot for you to add modems, NIC, wireless adapters, and so forth.
Unless you want to find a laptop that has wireless built in like the one I got. It's pretty nice.
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