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Wireless access points are devices for computer networks that are designed to provide users with an Internet connection on electronic devices within the range of their influence. Their advantage is that they allow you to connect a large number of devices to the network, which is extremely beneficial if, for example, you have to perform tasks with colleagues within one group, but on several computers. They also allow you to build a wireless network at home or in a small business.