Introduction What is Wi-Fi? Invention of Wi-Fi Hot Spots Connection Devices Conclusion
“Everyone here has the sense that right now is one of those moments when we are influencing the future. “ -Steve Jobs
There is no longer a need for cords. Internet connection kept you stuck in one place. Computers and Telephones were never cordless. Wi-Fi does not stand for anything.
Usually used for free at Restaurants or coffee houses. Allows wireless connection for up to 20 meters. Also known as Internet Routers.
Sends out Data to LAN and WANS network. These networks allow any connection without using cords.
Allows the router to be cordless also. The network is connected through an access point for internet access. Connects to a USB Port.
With the option of having a wireless connection with the help of routers and adapters, you can now take your laptop where ever you want!
Hot Spots are connected through Wi- Fi Cell phone companies are supported by the GSM. Allowing people to always stay connected. Can be used for emergencies.
Becomes too much of a distraction in class rooms. Wavelengths are effecting health. Destroying the English vocabulary. More car crashes….. ……leading to more deaths.
Makes it easier to buy books. Keeps all book in the Device. Easy to keep save Saves gas $$$$
Hard to read in outside lighting. Loose all the books if broken. May Malfunction Cause the loss of real books. Schools might require Kindles for textbooks.
To conclude, it is really up to us to be responsible for decisions using these devices. Even though we have the luxury having no cords attached to all these devices, we need to be careful. We need to also keep the traditions of using regularbooks so don’t forever loose paper books. It is important we use this technology with respect without getting too connected tothese devices so we don’t depend on them too much. This technology is to help andnot hurt us or loose other important objects.
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