Acer Aspire L320 Wireless

I have an Acer Aspire L320 computer.

Can someone tell me if this is wireless enabled or how to check for myself.


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Sadly no.

"optional wireless LAN (selected models)"

As some of this model line can be had without WiFi, you have to have the exact model number or look at the box it came in.

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More info. please

Thanks for your prompt reply.

I have the box. The label says " LAN Integrated LAN 10/100/1000".

Does this mean that, if I buy a wireless router, the computer will connect wirelessly to the Internet?

If this does not answer my question, what exact model number do I need (S/N, SNID, EAN) to find the answer and who do I ask?

Regards, Ray

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If that's the model number then we are done.

The L320 is the series and if that's all you have then the answer is no since WiFi is not on the box.

For about 10 bucks you can add WiFi with some USB adapter.

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Let me share a not so bad USB thing I carry with me.
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Re: LAN 10/100/1000

No that's only wired internet (in 3 speeds, however, only rather uncommon devices to connect with support 1000).

So you'll need to buy a wireless adapter. They come in Ethernet and USB variants. A USB dongle is worst, because it has such a fixed location which isn't guaranteed to have the best reception. Ethernet, especially with an antenna you can find the optimum place for is much better.

Be sure it comes with a driver for your OS, if a driver is needed. And a clear installation instruction, if necessary.


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Thank to all. Now I know what to do.


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