Do You Have A WiFi Network At Home And If So, How Many Devices Are On It?
<p>I was just wondering how many readers of these three sites (Zune Thoughts, Pocket PC Thoughts and Smartphone Thoughts) had wireless networks at home. By just having a device that these sites cater to, it is likely you have a WiFi enabled device. I just got a Zune 8 about 3-4 weeks ago, my first Zune, and love how I am able to sync with my PC's media database over the network, which only increases my frustration with my Windows Mobile device's inability to sync via WiFi.<img src="http://www.ehansberry.com/ppct/rolleyes.gif" border="0" /><br /><br />My list of WiFi enabled devices that I use daily include:</p><ul><li>Work Laptop (Vista Ultimate)</li><li>Wife's Laptop (XP Pro)</li><li>Three Series 2 TiVo's</li><li>Wife's T-Mobile Dash with Windows Mobile 6.0</li><li>My K-Jam with Windows Mobile 6.1</li><li>My HTC Universal with Windows Mobile 6.0</li><li>The family Wii</li></ul><p>So I have 9 devices used online in any given week on my WLAN, plus the family desktop PC that is connected to the router via Ethernet. Note that I have a few other devices like an older iPAQ 3900 with the sleeve and WiFi card (2003 all over again!) and my son has a Nintendo DS that we just haven't bothered to put on the network. I even have a 1999 Dell Latitude that works on the network, but to say it is slow would be an understatement. I am sure that looks like a lot to some here, but I am sure more than a few of you will be able to make me look like a Luddite by comparison. <img src="http://www.ehansberry.com/ppct/lol.gif" border="0" /><br /></p>