Microsoft Wireless Network Adapter Xbox 360 £49.99 + (poss) 3% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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Been hunting for one of these expensive blighters, and Dixons website are offering it for £49.99.

I can't be sure on the Quidco, because the site lists a whole bunch of stuff that Quidco doesn't apply to, some of which Dixons could, concievably, decide the adapter fits into.

£4.95 postage as well, which is a bit steep really

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#1
these should really only be like £20 (damn you microshaft), Really good price considering they are like 65,

Voted Hot
#2
Save your money and buy a wireless bridge for about half the price.
banned#3
i just used a old airstation and a short cable to get my 360 wireless (well practically wireless lol)
[helper]#4
The cheaper alternatives are one way to go but many people want the simplicity and neatness of the official adapter.

I don't think its hot as PC World did these for £50 for a long while but its not cold either.
#5
Damn that is expensive. The Wii includes wifi and only costs £179. My Phone includes Wifi. The DS too.

You would think a company like Microsoft who also charge for online gameplay would offer it as standard.
banned#6
i dont know, making wifi optional to keep the cost of the console down was probably a clever thing to do

but wht market it so expensive? thats just stupid
#7
gari189
The cheaper alternatives are one way to go but many people want the simplicity and neatness of the official adapter.

I don't think its hot as PC World did these for £50 for a long while but its not cold either.


I have tried both and the Microsoft one doesnt even work that well.
#8
Good price considering the RRP, but these are a rip off. I bought one for the neatness and I have to say it works perfectly and has done for over 18 months.
#9
crispwarez
i dont know, making wifi optional to keep the cost of the console down was probably a clever thing to do

but wht market it so expensive? thats just stupid


The only option the user should have is to choose whether to enable wifi or plug in ethernet at the back.

Costs of including one wouldn't of been much. If the 360 did come with it through there probably even more chance of something going wrong. It would probably catch fire.
#11
mikeyp;1613014
I have tried both and the Microsoft one doesnt even work that well.

I've also tried both and find the microsoft one works perfectly well for me.
#12
yipykayay
I've also tried both and find the microsoft one works perfectly well for me.


Suppose it depends on environmental conditions which differ from user to user. I had router on first floor and xbox on ground floor and suffered terrible lag and frequent dropouts. Not been a problem with Buffalo ethernet bridge. My experience was bad.
#13
mikeyp;1613661
Suppose it depends on environmental conditions which differ from user to user. I had router on first floor and xbox on ground floor and suffered terrible lag and frequent dropouts. Not been a problem with Buffalo ethernet bridge. My experience was bad.

Yeah, I guess everybody will have different results depending on conditions. My stuff is all on the same floor

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