|08 Aug 2010||#4|
Even laptop WLAN cards aren't built into the motherboard as integrated graphics would be. The WLAN card is still a removable piece of hardware that can be replaced or added at any time. The card have to be designed differently from a desktop's (much smaller scale), but its basically the same thing.
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