-- There is growing evidence that reveals wireless users feel manufacturers could do more to demonstrate how to use their devices effectively, according to a Context-Based Research Group study. A clear but reader-friendly guide on why to buy and utilize wireless devices could be the answer these users are looking for.
-- A book that covers several popular wireless tools is a great value for many users that own more than one device or know they will buy more devices in the future.
-- This practical reference will focus on several fruitful, task-oriented explanations for each highlighted device (e.g. sending or 'beaming' data between a PC and PDA).
The Complete Idiot's Guide "RM" to Wireless Computing and Networking can help both the wireless neophyte and gadget junky alike. From choosing and buying the right wireless device to learning the most rewarding and effective tasks each device can perform, this basic, 'how-to' book can be a reliable reference for anyone trying to avoid wireless pitfalls while utilizing the benefits of the technology.
|Paper Textbook Book, 336 pages||English|
|Penguin Putnam (Unknown)||Unknown|
|9780028642871||7.41 x 9.14 x 0.74 inches|
|General Computer Hardware|