Xbox 360 Wireless Adaptor - £42.98 delivered @ Game - HotUKDeals
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THANKS TO Jonny_K FOR FINDING THIS - ANY REP TO HIM PLEASE

Checked Jonny_k's method below and it works

Add it to your basket and it will cost £59.99. The search for 'dvd wrap'. Add one of the 99p dvd wraps to the basket. Price should now be now be £45.98. Go to checkout and in the offer code box enter NW10GME09. This will take a further £3 off leaving a total price of £42.98 for the adaptor and a dvd wrap.
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#2
Still way overpriced when you can pick up a generic wireless gaming adapter for less than £20.
#3
masterofimages
Still way overpriced when you can pick up a generic wireless gaming adapter for less than £20.


A lnk would be helpful, especially at that price :thumbsup:
#4
mminghella
A lnk would be helpful, especially at that price :thumbsup:


seconded! been looking for a deal on these for a while since I missed out on the shopto price of £39.99
#5
realblender
get a wireless router cheap and use it in "bridge mode"

often cheaper than a wireless bridge proper because of economies of scale


Doesn't work with homehub 2.0 unfortunately as they have the required settings removed. I know as I tried it with my old humehub in bridge mode :x
#6
I bought the Buffalo gaming access point last year from Amazon for aound £30 but they don't seem to do it anymore.

Good piece of kit, easy to set up and 4 port hub.

Otherwise I have also used the home plugs with good results. The 200mb posted today still work out cheaper and is more flexible.
#7
Picked up a pre-owned official wireless adaptor for £30 from blockbuster.

Apart from being a white one on my black elite, Its fantasitc, not witnessed a second of lag, it streams music and video flawlessly, cant recommend enough
banned#8


Well i missed it last time
thanks for posting again
just ordered thanks again
rep added to both
#9
Suggest using homeplugs instead. For starters, they're more reliable and reusable!
#10
I bought one the last time this deal was posted & have had no problems. For a simple way to use xbox live for all those with no knowledge of bridges, etc it's ideal.
#11
Darkman;3387990
I bought the Buffalo gaming access point last year from Amazon for aound £30 but they don't seem to do it anymore.

Good piece of kit, easy to set up and 4 port hub.

Otherwise I have also used the home plugs with good results. The 200mb posted today still work out cheaper and is more flexible.



Get your own avatar !!!!!!!!!!
#12
Good price, just ordered mine!

Thanks!!
#13
lol
hot
#14
Have to agree - the official one may be expensive but it is very good quality. Never get any drop outs, lag etc which is more than I can say for my Belkin USB device.
#15
Try this Ethernet based one (needs mains power of course)
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/266270/plexus-wireless-g-access-point-25-0/

Still coming up today at that £22.99 and cheapest P&P of £2.10 = £25.09 del'd.

However eBuyer are getting "greedy" as bought 3 of them in late Sept (after a tip on here) at £14.99+P&P (ie WAS free P&P when spending £49.99+) whereas now 50% more expensive AND no free P&P :(

And here's a link to the notes I did about how to get it setup as a "Client" on a wireless network with full WPA2-PSK security (as can be confusing)
http://cid-99aa6cf1226facfe.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Public/eBuyer%20132431%20Plexus%20Wireless%20AP%20how%20to%20set%20up%20Client%20mode.pdf
You get the extra bonus that the box is multi-purpose - eg you could use it as a regular 'g' Wireless Access Point in the future (though bridging two of them isn't good as only WEP supported in the firmware I got in late Sept.).
#16
I got a used netgear WGE111 gaming adapter/bridge off ebay for £12.50 delivered.
It works great, only down side compared to official xbox one is it runs off mains not usb.

This particular model is now discontinued if you were looking for a brand new one.
But have a look around there are plenty of alternatives if you have a look around.
#17
ChrisUK
Get your own avatar !!!!!!!!!!


There you go...
#18
Yep, go the powerline route:thumbsup:
#19
i got one but can't set the darn thing up, can't do wireless networks me. sits about gathering dust.....
#20
I use a Fon router in bridge mode with my xbox 360. (takes a bit of setting up)
My friend used a official xbox adapter, and it worked well without the hassle.
#21
Better than the RRP but for me these simply aren't worth the asking price.

I can't part with £43 for something that IMO shouldn't be priced at more than £20, max.

I'll stick with bridging it through my laptop for now.
#22
gari189
Sell it - on ebay you'll probably get £40 for it.

If you prefer to try and set it up, there are many on here who will try and help :thumbsup:


thanks for the reply Gari,
Don't know if i haave problems with the 360 setup or my Orange Livebox, tried adding it to my PCs network using the settings on USB and the 360 can only go so far and fails to setup.
Don't have a manual as i bought it off my mate for £15 (worked fine with his 360).

Anyoe know of any online troubleshooting guides?
Thanks

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