Wi-Fi Connection

A play on the term “High-Fidelity (Hi-Fi)” used in audio standards. Wi-Fi is a wireless data connection generally used in homes to connect devices to the internet connection or in offices to connect computers to the central data server. The data transfer speeds are generally slower than wired connections at about 54Mbs.

This is the most easily accessible forms of data transfer. It can be picked up by mobile devices that are I
range of the wireless access point.

Commonly used in coffee shops and other restaurants to allow customers to work as they patronize the business.