You can cut the cord and still connect devices to your network using a wireless network adapter. Wireless network adapters allow computers and peripheral devices—like printers—to connect to wireless networks. Options include a wireless network interface card (NIC) that connects via the peripheral component interconnect... (PCI) bus—or even to a USB interface devices for devices with available USB ports. In addition to the IEEE 802.11 protocols used by Wi-Fi networks, a wireless network adapter may also connect using short-range protocols like Bluetooth.
Connection offers both 802.11 and Bluetooth wireless network adapters from the top brands in the market, including D-Link, Intel, TP-Link, TRENDnet, and Netgear. If data security is a concern, there are options such as the Zebra ZMX print server PCMCIA card that features encryption via wireless protocol. Connection stocks a full assortment of Bluetooth wireless network adapters in both high-speed USB and mini-USB as well as bundled with peripheral equipment like Interlink mouse, available for either MAC or PC.
Some Bluetooth wireless network adapter options take advantage of Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) technology, while others dynamically search for the optimum data transfer rates on your network. If you need to provision a data center, Connection has bundled both Bluetooth and 802.11 wireless NIC options you need to stay connected and productive. What’s more, several of our products have lease terms available. Questions? Our knowledgeable staff is available to help you select the right wireless network adapter(s) to match your specifications and budget.
Featured Wireless Network Adapters and NICs