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Wireless MODEM for Internet connection compatibility with Laptop

I have a Laptop "COMPAQ Presario A 1, AMD Athlon XP-M Mobile with Microsoft Windows XP system. I want to connect by a wireless MODEM for Internet Broadband services of a telephone company. Has my laptop computer got such a facility inbuilt i.e. wireless connectivity (Wireless modem will be supplied by the telephone company).

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Compaq/HP laptops that have a builtin wireless adapter have a wireless transmitter symbol near the bottom edge of the LCD screen.
If you don't have a wireless adapter you need either a PCMCIA or a USB wireless adapter. My choice would be a PCMCIA type because it frees up a USB port for other devices.

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