|14 Feb 2012||#1|
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Using multiple WiFi connections synchronously beneficial?
I currently have one default WiFi connection (the card built into my Asus G74sx), but I also have another external USB WiFi adapter, a Hawking dish. I can use both separately, but I've noticed that I am often connected to my network by both at the same time. I was wondering if this has any sort of benefit: as in, does it improve speed/connection reliability/etc? Or is it the same as just having one connected?
Thanks, and if you need any specific information about the WiFi devices, let me know
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