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Wi-Fi on an e350

Is there any way to connect an e350 to an 802.11b network, every SD expansion card I have seen so far is not supported. are there any plans to introduce SDIO-Now! support for the e350?

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I am not sure but I think that e350 do not support Wi-Fi connection. As far as I know it works with Bluetooth SD card.

Posted on Sep 11, 2005

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