What's your internet device(s)?

  • For one, I'm now using a several years old Samsung nettop/netbook, NP N-110, black: Samsung NP N-110;
    here's its keyboard - basically (I'm not sure if it's the print button in the picture between the right Alt and Ctrl, and a minor "difference" is that the letter keys have two letters each - it's an additional Russian layout): (I'll supply a better picture later if I find an image of my actual keyboard - more or less). Well, the first picture keyboard looks more like mine.

    Dimensions (WD) 10.3x7.3 inches
    Screen size (diagonal) 10.1 inches

    Other specs.

    I'm using it as a home computer, without the battery (gone dead) - straight to the power socket all right.

    First months I bought it it didn't have an internet connection, then it was a GPRS modem via a USB-port, now it's a broadband cable (quite happy about it).
    Never used Wi-Fi so far, though I'm gonna have to, because I have a small tablet with no other way of getting to the Internet than Wi-Fi, thus it's likely I'll buy a router some time soon, etc...

  • Well, forgot to mention that I have a couple of cellphones that can (possibly) connect to the Internet etc., but I seem not to use them much in this way now.

  • Never used Wi-Fi so far, though I'm gonna have to, because I have a small tablet with no other way of getting to the Internet than Wi-Fi, thus it's likely I'll buy a router some time soon, etc...

    You can always make your laptop a wifi hotspot.

    p.s
    You can use your laptop's wifi to transmit wifi to your tablet :bandit:

  • Netbook Wind MSI Wind U110 and Samsung Galaxy SIII. First often in local LAN or both by WLAN if out of office.

  • Ali, what's yours?
    (You need a blank line to end a quotation in Markdown.)

    Yes, I'm aware of that - it's planned to start a topic about routers*🆙*

  • So, considering I'm gonna have to connect my tablet too, what do you say if I need an antimalware program on it?
    Its OS is Android 4.0, 8 GB total memory (not counting the SD card) - to deduce the processing capabilities. Well, I'll take a look at the specs if there's any response... :wait:

  • So, considering I'm gonna have to connect my tablet too, what do you say if I need an antimalware program on it?

    You don't need that. I use Android since 2010 when I got an Xperia X10 and now I have Xperia S, I never put antivirus or antimalware.

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