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xbox 360 wireless Adapter

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
I have recently purchased an xbox 360 and when i was in the shop i saw a wireless adapter going for 60 quid. I thought this was way too high for one so i am asking for major help to everyone out there. Is it possible to ge this for a cheaper price than this???

It was 60 quid in store at game.

Thanks in advance
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months ago
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banned#1
They are really hard to get much cheaper than about £55, you have to properly keep an eye out.

Do you really need it though? I have a wireless network at home and decided to try the Ethernet-PC route, took a bit of doing but I figured it out in the end and its surprisingly easy!

Plus, there was no real drawback to it, I may not get as fast speeds as others but it works and I'm only on telephone broadband anyhow and live miles away from the exchange, therefore I am never gonna get ful speed.

Wireless Adapter - £60
Ethernet Adapter - £6

Saving - £54 BRILLIANT!!!
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ODB_69
They are really hard to get much cheaper than about £55, you have to properly keep an eye out.

Do you really need it though? I have a wireless network at home and decided to try the Ethernet-PC route, took a bit of doing but I figured it out in the end and its surprisingly easy!

Plus, there was no real drawback to it, I may not get as fast speeds as others but it works and I'm only on telephone broadband anyhow and live miles away from the exchange, therefore I am never gonna get ful speed.

Wireless Adapter - £60
Ethernet Adapter - £6

Saving - £54 BRILLIANT!!!

What do you mean the ethernet pc route??
#3
Get on the bay and purchase a 30m ethernet cable - £5?

Way cheaper and slightly more consistent.
#4
#5
there is a way to use a wireless bridge instead, not that technical. details on afterdawn forums.

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