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  • adjective Suitable for networking.

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Examples

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Your own laptop TV station? WiDi takes on DLNA

  • 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.

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  • 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.

    Your own laptop TV station? WiDi takes on DLNA

  • When used with modern operating systems, though, the My Book World Edition is the simplest, speediest networkable hard disk I've tried.

    Network Hard Disk by Western Digital Offers Easy Backup

  • 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.

    Network Hard Disk by Western Digital Offers Easy Backup

  • 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.

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  • If the printer is networkable, just give it an IP address somehow and let all the connected machines access it that way.

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  • 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.

    Fall Cleaning: Back Up Your Computer

  • 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.

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