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Chapter 3. Connecting to the Internet

Wireless connection

Wireless connections provide mobile access to the Internet, allowing you to
stay online anywhere the wireless signal covers.
Divided by the signal scales, wireless connection to the Internet can be built
based on the following standards.
Wi-Fi
WiMAX
Mobile Broadband
Note: Your computer may not support all wireless connection methods.
Using Wi-Fi/WiMAX (on select models)
Enabling wireless connection
To enable wireless communications, press Fn + F5 to make configuration.
Hardware connection
Wi-Fi/WiMAX network
* Not supplied
Software configuration
Consult your Internet Service Provider (ISP) and search Windows Help and
Support Center for details on how to configure your computer.
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Wi-Fi networks cover a small physical area, like a home,
office, or small group of buildings. An access point is
necessary for the connection.
WiMAX networks connect several Wireless LAN
systems to cover a metropolitan area, providing high-
speed broadband access without the need for cables.
The Mobile Broadband network provides Internet access
to computers, cell phones and other devices over a large
geographic area. Mobile networks are used for data
transmission, and access is usually provided by a mobile
network operator. A Mobile Broadband SIM card is
necessary for the connection.
Access point *
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