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- n. The quality of being networkable; suitability for, or capability of, networking.
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Speed and photo quality will still be limited, but you will at least get 250-sheet input trays, networkability, and good speed.
Hewlett-Packard clearly understood this business demand and has continuously released monochrome laser printer models that not only boast of great printing speeds but other features as well like ease of use, networkability, security, power savings and earth-friendliness.
With networkability and wireless features built in, the projector delivers WXGA resolution
The extra money nets you LED backlighting, luscious thinness (22mm), and networkability, which means YouTube and Sony releases TransferJet wireless Memory Stick in Japan, taking pre-orders in the US Sony's COO says no new OLED TVs in 2010, BRAVIA Internet Video Link is coming to PS3
XP Home lacks security and networkability features that other versions of XP have.