- adj. Suitable for networking.
“A: In the context you seem to be using it, the term "printer sharing" referred to plugging in an otherwise non-networkable printer via USB to a router, which would then make the printer usable over the network.”
“Kids Company has built a three-dimensional virtual brain on the internet, inside of which there are 1m socially networkable neurons available for a donation of £5 each.”
“At last check on DLNA. org, I found hundreds of networkable TVs, 70 Blu-ray players, 86 A/V receivers and home-theater systems, 43 digital media players, 24 DVRs, 63 smartphones, 21 printers, and the PlayStation 3 that were DLNA-capable.”
“At last check on DLNA.org, I found hundreds of networkable TVs, 70 Blu-ray players, 86 A/V receivers and home-theater systems, 43 digital media players, 24 DVRs, 63 smartphones, 21 printers, and the PlayStation 3 that were DLNA-capable.”
“If the printer is networkable, just give it an IP address somehow and let all the connected machines access it that way.”
“Homes with more than one computer will need a networkable hard drive, which costs a bit more and is harder to set up, but a convenient way to share files across all your systems.”
“When used with modern operating systems, though, the My Book World Edition is the simplest, speediest networkable hard disk I've tried.”
“Western Digital Western Digital's new My Book World Edition Now, there's a new networkable hard disk that, in my tests, proved so simple that anyone who can plug in a cable can use it, with no setup or knowledge, provided your computers have the most current operating systems.”
“But, boy, is it fun -- and Sierra OnLine's (800-757-7707) new networkable version of this classic gives cyberaddicts another reason to tie up their phone lines.”
“Now, the Data Link is compatible with Schedule+, Microsoft's networkable black book for Windows 95.”
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