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    WIFI detector...

    has anyone used this http://www.computergate.com/products...?prodcd=NTEHDH seems useful, but then again who knows how good it works? what are everyones thoughts on it.

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    Thats the best one out their.

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    cant you just see the connection on your monitor thoe? or isnt their a setting to auto connect? (your wifi card that is)

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    It looks comparable to netstumbler loaded on a carputer with WiFi for a fraction of the cost. Easier to carry then a laptop or carputer. More usefull for figureing out where the best connection is to a location. Or farthest possible connection. But yah you carputer should auto detect and connect.
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    so its worth it if your doin alot of researchin for a while, then just ebay it when your done but other then that it doesnt do to mcuh for ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ravin13
    so its worth it if your doin alot of researchin for a while, then just ebay it when your done but other then that it doesnt do to mcuh for ya.
    It can only detect a wifi network it doesnt connect to your computer. The range is probably couple of hundred of feet. If you in a building it will find a wireless network. Its not met to find networks in a moving car.

    If you want to connect to wireless networks get a pda or laptop.

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