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With increased speed, range and wireless security features (Compared to Xbox 360® Wireless Networking Adapter; supports WPA2 security protocol), the Xbox 360® Wireless N Networking Adapter is your fastest connection to Xbox LIVE. Seamlessly download or stream HD movies, TV episodes, and games from Xbox LIVE Marketplace in full 1080p and 5.1 surround sound from anywhere in the house (Range up to 2x that of a/b/g networks). Compatible with a/b/g/n networks, the compact design fits easily onto the back of your console or offers the flexibility of off-board placement.

The Xbox 360® Wireless N Networking Adapter is ideal for:



Streaming movies, videos and music from the Xbox LIVE Marketplace

Simultaneous downloads, voice and music

Avoiding interference

Multiplayer gaming

Larger homes and multiple rooms

Congested wireless environments

Dense housing, multiple wireless networks

Multiple HD videos and lag-free network gaming
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#1
I really need a wireless adapter for my xbox360 and this looks like the cheapest at the moment, but im still not willing to pay more then £40 for one.
#2
Sorry, I know this is probably not the place to ask, but my son has Xbox 360 and wants to 'go live'. He has a phone line in his room and we have wifi throughout. Do we need this or is it just another router?

Also, if someone could let me know what we do need, that would be a great help. Many thanks. :thumbsup:
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windym
Sorry, I know this is probably not the place to ask, but my son has Xbox 360 and wants to 'go live'. He has a phone line in his room and we have wifi throughout. Do we need this or is it just another router?

Also, if someone could let me know what we do need, that would be a great help. Many thanks. :thumbsup:


you can connect to xbox live by either doing the following connect an ethernet cable from the back of your xbox360 and connect it to your wireless router or get one of these adapters connect it via usb into the back of your xbox and you can then play wirelessly without having to connect an ethernet cable...

edit: dont forget u need an xbox live gold membership to play online

here's how to connect with an adapter
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EuP9qibXUOI

how to connect with an ethernet
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iX-IfdUfhs
#4
If you don't need the N wireless capability (only really useful for streaming 1080p video and if your internet connection is 25Mb+) then the standard G one can be had for around £35.
#5
weiran
If you don't need the N wireless capability (only really useful for streaming 1080p video and if your internet connection is 25Mb+) then the standard G one can be had for around £35.


where from??
#6
cold from me, another case of microsoft totally screwing over the customers.
#7
DEALofaLifetime
where from??


They were a few months ago (I got one for £32) but now the cheapest seems to be £42... which makes this is an even better deal.
#8
The wireless adapters for xbox's are so expensive man. Just buy a 20m ethernet or something lol.
#9
Jayturner90
The wireless adapters for xbox's are so expensive man. Just buy a 20m ethernet or something lol.


I have an ethernet cable, but everyone keeps tripping over it thats why i need one of these.
#10
I sold my wireless adapter on Ebay and replaced with 200Mb homeplugs. Much better if your router is far away from your Xbox. I also stream HD content from my PC, so need reliable speed.
#11
spudgun
I sold my wireless adapter on Ebay and replaced with 200Mb homeplugs. Much better if your router is far away from your Xbox. I also stream HD content from my PC, so need reliable speed.


Hmmm interesting idea . The wireless doesn't seem to work well in my house so might consider this as an option for my xbox . TA :thumbsup:
#12
mark1282
cold from me, another case of microsoft totally screwing over the customers.


The mark up on this is no different to TVs, toasters, microwaves, sweets and chocolate.

No, its a case of moaning cheapskates buying up Xbox 360s at a loss to microsoft, then wanting everything else to be made for them at no profit or for free.

I would vote cold as the Xbox isn't portable. If our ancestors could run aerial and telephone cables to where they were needed, we can do the same with ethernet.
#13
I have both the old and new black type and can say the black 1 gives alot more range, got 2 bars on the white 1 and full bars on the black. Still not worth £40 though more like £25. Would recommend though.

These poweline adapters are great got some for my bt vision but you need the spare plug sockets and at the mo if your like me and got a large collection of gagets and only a few sockets with lots os extention leads coming out of them lol its not and option. And yes you could pay someone to fit ethernet cable like people do with aerials but then thats adding to the cost!
#14
windym
Sorry, I know this is probably not the place to ask, but my son has Xbox 360 and wants to 'go live'. He has a phone line in his room and we have wifi throughout. Do we need this or is it just another router?

Also, if someone could let me know what we do need, that would be a great help. Many thanks. :thumbsup:


Find where the phone extension cable runs and follow it in with ethernet cable for a few quid from your router. :)
This is an accesory for the lazy. The post from 'DEALofaLifetime' clarifies that.
#15
mark1282
cold from me, another case of microsoft totally screwing over the customers.

I knew as soon as I see the post someone would slate Microsoft

But its ok to sell a PS3 saying its fully HD and not put a HDMI cable in the box so you have to go buy one. Yes I know there pennys on Ebay but how many people want to wait days to make there PS3 fully HD so they go to PC world and spend £20
#16
AVOID THIS STORE!!!a
#17
This (black one) was £40 in tesco at the start of the year (but not widely displayed for some reason). If you're near one (even a non-extra one where I got mine) ask at the Customer Service desk if they have any in stock and you might be surprised (unless they've upped the price now).
#18
I agree that this is a rip off. You can buy a N standard USB wireless dongle for the PC for a fraction of the price, and this is exactly what this is.
Does evetyone know you can plug a wireless bridge into the ethernet port on the 360? Much cheaper solution.
#19
scorez
I agree that this is a rip off. You can buy a N standard USB wireless dongle for the PC for a fraction of the price, and this is exactly what this is.
Does evetyone know you can plug a wireless bridge into the ethernet port on the 360? Much cheaper solution.


It's official, this item can not be posted without people moaning about it.

Oh will you please...shut...up.

1. Yes you can connect a laptop instead, and have the convenience of configuring all the settings and turning that on & off everytime you play.
2. Yes you can connect a wireless bridge instead, and have the convenience of configuring all the settings and turning that on & off everytime you play.
3. Yes you can wire yourself to the electricity supply and play games with the power of your mind instead of buying an xbox.

But i don't want to. I have two (for two xboxeses) and think they are great. Well worth the 30/40 pounds paid for convenience.

I appreciate some people are just trying to help, but you could assume most people looking at the deal have already made the decision, and all these (repeated, endless) comments just make it harder to see the facts that matter, such as stock quantity, location, delivery time etc.

Next time someone posts one of these comments, just link them to this rant and then we can get on with the deal at hand.
#20
retrogameskid
It's official, this item can not be posted without people moaning about it.

Oh will you please...shut...up.

1. Yes you can connect a laptop instead, and have the convenience of configuring all the settings and turning that on & off everytime you play.
2. Yes you can connect a wireless bridge instead, and have the convenience of configuring all the settings and turning that on & off everytime you play.
3. Yes you can wire yourself to the electricity supply and play games with the power of your mind instead of buying an xbox.

But i don't want to. I have two (for two xboxeses) and think they are great. Well worth the 30/40 pounds paid for convenience.

I appreciate some people are just trying to help, but you could assume most people looking at the deal have already made the decision, and all these (repeated, endless) comments just make it harder to see the facts that matter, such as stock quantity, location, delivery time etc.

Next time someone posts one of these comments, just link them to this rant and then we can get on with the deal at hand.



Point well made!!

The idea of the post, was to inform those interested in purchasing this item that the price was quite competitive, not that Microsoft are a bunch of rob merchants.

If its not a good deal, just explain your reasoning behind your comments...
#21
i had one up for sale brand new in box for £40 and no one snapped
sold it for £37!!!
#22
cold because it is so over-priced and a network cable gives far superior game-play
I've seen it on these forums cheaper, sorry can't post a link as I need to go
#23
weiran
If you don't need the N wireless capability (only really useful for streaming 1080p video and if your internet connection is 25Mb+) then the standard G one can be had for around £35.


I have this network adaptor and it can transmit and receive data at up to 300mbps compared to the microsoft white single antenna network adaptor which can only transmit and receive data at only 56mbps.

I use to suffer from blocky graphics and bad lagg from the white adaptor but since using this microsoft black network adaptor i have no blocky graphics and no lagg at all and i only have up to 8mb connection speed, anyone with simular problems will be amazed at the increased speed and range with one of these!
#24
Got this for £41 today and after ordering checked quidco to see I could of had another 5% off :( never mind still the cheapest around.
#25
Site looks a bit 'Sketchy'

Anybody had good/bad dealings before?

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