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SubjectRe: Cheap network for two hosts ?
Riley Williams wrote:
>
> Hi there.
>
> >> I want to exchange a lot of data between two x86-PCs.
> >> The only options I see are : parallel port, serial port and USB.
>
> > Best option: buy two network cards and a crossover cable or a hub.
> > Faster, more efficient, more reliable. Slightly more expensive, but
> > it's worth it.
>
> I don't know what you call "Slightly more expensive", but I bought a
> box containing a dozen old NE2000 clone cards for a fiver. So far,
> I've used five of them, and sold a further four for £3 each, and by my
> arithmetic, I don't think I could have done any better...
>
> Best wishes from Riley.
>
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I'd like to network 3 computers. Problem: one is a laptop. Any idea
where I can get an ethernet card (preferably 10-base-T for a laptop for
a reasonable price?

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