Wi-Fi networks allow multiple users to wirelessly access shared resources such as computers, printers, servers and broadband Internet connections. Wi-Fi networks can be simple or complex - depending on your needs. The most common type of Wi-Fi network for personal use is called an infrastructure network - where each device connects to a central point that manages the communications, such as the use of a home broadband internet connection.
Wi-Fi networks can include traditional computer equipment like laptops and printers, but can also include a growing range of consumer electronics including televisions, cameras, gaming consoles, media players and mobile phones.
Thanks to Wi-Fi, users are no longer confined by the cords that link their devices, enabling new levels of connectivity without sacrificing function or design options.