What is the Difference Between Data Card and Dongle?
I want to know the difference between data card and dongle. Both of them are related to the wireless internet connection. Then, what makes the difference between them? Please explain data card and dongle concept in simple language.
The only difference between Data Card and Dongle is that Data Card is some form of a flash drive. And Dongle is a some form of a device connected to the external port for a purpose outside of the normal running through the machine. A couple years ago it used to control the security of the software to make sure the people who buys fitted them could have access the software. In most cases it depends on your machine which you install the software. And Data card are expensive while Dongle are more active to breaking off especially when you have a laptop on your knees it needs to be something flat like on a table or desk.
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