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Wireless networking mini-card

Built-in Dell 1395 wireless networking mini-card (802.11b/g); standardWi-Fi Catcher to quickly locate wireless hotspots; Dell's advancedantenna design features 3 antennas to find and connect to networks withease, delivering enhanced wireless reception
does that mean that it comes with internet in the laptop or do i have to buy it

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Its already in the machine, based on your description.

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