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Wireless network card for SHARP HC-4100
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joraboy328
Posted 2018-09-05 4:01 PM
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I want to know whether Cisco aironet 340 wireless network card (PCMCIA) compatible with SHARP HC-4100 (WinCE2.0) or not, if not please recommend type and model of card can be work well with SHARP HC-4100,Thanks.

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Rich Hawley
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One of the best wifi cards ever imho. Should work fine, but never tried it with a 4100.
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What does the Hardware Compatibility List say?
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It says it is compatible with CE2.0
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It says it is compatible with CE2.0


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