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    stationary :rolleyes: :top:
    :confused: ????? :confused:
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    :p: laptops
    stationary computers

    Bring a stationary instead. I hope I am using the wrong word for ordinary PCs :P
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    :p: laptops
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    laptops and desktops, dear.
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    T1 connection? :eek: That is fast. Do many uni's have this kind of connection? If not, what is the speed?

    Anyway, Mr.Fox, you would need this cable to connect to the internet: http://www.pcworld.co.uk/martprd/sto...2&tm=undefined
    A T1 connection isn't that fast. I think its about 1.4mbit/s. You can easily get a home connection in some areas these days which goes up to 8mbit/s.
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    (Original post by tangsiuje)
    laptops and desktops, dear.
    No wonder I barely passed my IELTS, however will I manage at uni :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Kingspharm)
    You'll need a 'straight-wired' ethernet cable - commonly known as a 'patch cable'.
    tankachoo!
 
 
 
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