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Wireless Access Point

If you have a wired home or office network that you want to be able to connect to wirelessly, you may benefit from a wireless access point (WAP). These devices make it possible - and even easy - to connect to the network with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and other wireless connectivity options. Learn which WAP is best for you by reading the product reviews and comparisons in this guide. Find out how to install a wireless access point and connect devices to it in the expert tutorials provided. Get hints and tips on making a WAP work even better, and find help when necessary in the easy-to-follow troubleshooting articles.

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