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Wireless 'N' Network Adaptor (Xbox 360) seems a good deal
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#1
Good deal.Same price at Asda too. I bought 1, much better than hookin it up through the laptop and a lot less hassle.
#2
i dont know why people buy these?

i just plug my 360 into my pc router with a ethernet cable... job done!
banned#3
mike 2T2T
i dont know why people buy these?

i just plug my 360 into my pc router with a ethernet cable... job done!


Errrr, what an odd thing to say, in my house i'd need a 30 foot ethernet cable. No trip hazard there!:oops:
#4
great price!!
#5
Edit.
#6
It's like 60p cheaper at thehut (using code) but sent first class, and the other one that isn't N is around £36.
#7
mike 2T2T
i dont know why people buy these?

i just plug my 360 into my pc router with a ethernet cable... job done!


http://i699.photobucket.com/albums/vv352/sirjamesthegood/DoubleFacePalm.jpg

Not so good for those us us who don't still live in our parents house or a shoebox :roll:
#8
Easiest and very reliable way to go wireless, not always cheapest.

Mine has been incredibly reliable compared to other wireless devices in the house, not a single problem, although I will be selling it soon as I've now got a switch to set up behind the telly.
#9
frakison
Not so good for those us us who don't still live in our parents house or a shoebox


You cheeky rascal. :!:

Personally I gave up all that wireless guff and went for a plug socket network.
200Mbps.

Couldn't be any easier or more reliable or more versatile.
#10
Hah! You guys still buy these? Us PS3 folk forgot these even existed.
#11
Gixxerman001
You cheeky rascal. :!:

Personally I gave up all that wireless guff and went for a plug socket network.
200Mbps.

Couldn't be any easier or more reliable or more versatile.


Personally, I find wireless easier, there's very little latency, and you barely need 1Mbps let along 100Mbps to play a game anyway.
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Blanco
Hah! You guys still buy these? Us PS3 folk forgot these even existed.

The PS3 doesn't have wireless N (which is what this adapter is), so it's useless for streaming HD video.

Nice attempt at trolling though.
#13
Blanco
Hah! You guys still buy these? Us PS3 folk forgot these even existed.


Sigmatic
The PS3 doesn't have wireless N (which is what this adapter is), so it's useless for streaming HD video.

Nice attempt at trolling though.


...Denied...:-D
#14
I have no need for these :thumbsup:

I made sure and installed in each room in my house including the Kitchen 2 ethernet cat5e sockets and the main living room has 3.

You just have to be prepared to get dirty and go under the floor boards, but once done you don't ever have to think about using these adaptors ever again especially if you live in an old victorian home which has thick bricked internal walls. Where wireless is just poo.

Adds to the value of your home too I guess.

Remember you need an N Router for an N Adaptor to work as your operating on 5ghz instead :)
#15
Majnu
I have no need for these :thumbsup:

I made sure and installed in each room in my house including the Kitchen 2 ethernet cat5e sockets and the main living room has 3.

You just have to be prepared to get dirty and go under the floor boards, but once done you don't ever have to think about using these adaptors ever again especially if you live in an old victorian home which has thick bricked internal walls. Where wireless is just poo.

Adds to the value of your home too I guess.

Remember you need an N Router for an N Adaptor to work as your operating on 5ghz instead :)


It will work with virtually any router, just not at the same speed as with an n router
#16
frakison


Not so good for those us us who don't still live in our parents house or a shoebox :roll:


well thats a bit of a stupid comment too, i live in my own 4 bedroomed house, quite a big size but the router sits behind the tv
#17
sennasnit
Errrr, what an odd thing to say, in my house i'd need a 30 foot ethernet cable. No trip hazard there!:oops:


actually - thats exactly what I do :D
#18
I personally prefer a powerline adapters then this thing and that is what I am using on my 360. Think these are over priced for what they are.
#19
Guys, this is a waste of money. All you you need is a laptop which most people have and a small Ethernet cable. You connect your laptop wirelessly and place it near your xbox 360. You then put a small ethernet cable from your laptop going to the xbox 360. Then you just bridge the connection on the laptop (Loads of tutorials on the internet, just search in google). Thats it, your done in 5 mins and go on live through your laptop which can be placed anywhere in the house!
#20
shahg
Guys, this is a waste of money. All you you need is a laptop which most people have and a small Ethernet cable. You connect your laptop wirelessly and place it near your xbox 360. You then put a small ethernet cable from your laptop going to the xbox 360. Then you just bridge the connection on the laptop (Loads of tutorials on the internet, just search in google). Thats it, your done in 5 mins and go on live through your laptop which can be placed anywhere in the house!


what if you dont have a laptop?

i dont own one of these as i live in flat but if i had large house id 100% get one of these or go down the ethernet over electrical socket
#21
VN125250
I personally prefer a powerline adapters then this thing and that is what I am using on my 360. Think these are over priced for what they are.


Yep ... thats what Ive got , much easier, no chance of interference..
#22
craigtumilty
what if you dont have a laptop?

i dont own one of these as i live in flat but if i had large house id 100% get one of these or go down the ethernet over electrical socket


Thats why I said "which most people do" and thus doesn't apply to everyone. They expect you to pay £30 for live and £40 for this adapter, thats £70 just to go live. Simply ridiculous!
#23
Using a Laptop isn't exactly power efficient and given the overall reliability of laptops savings maybe short term.
#24
shahg
Guys, this is a waste of money. All you you need is a laptop which most people have and a small Ethernet cable. You connect your laptop wirelessly and place it near your xbox 360. You then put a small ethernet cable from your laptop going to the xbox 360. Then you just bridge the connection on the laptop (Loads of tutorials on the internet, just search in google). Thats it, your done in 5 mins and go on live through your laptop which can be placed anywhere in the house!


Loads of compatibilty issues for many people, maybe you'll be lucky??? Pay £40 and save the hassle.
If you live in a big house you can prob afford 1 so pay the money. If you live in a little house use a ethernet cable.
Pain in the arse booting your computer up to use with your xbox and it looks crap and messy :roll:
#25
Finally a reasonable price, ordered HOT
#26
souljacker
well thats a bit of a stupid comment too, i live in my own 4 bedroomed house, quite a big size but the router sits behind the tv


Bully for you mate, thanks for the insight :roll: and how pray tell do you connect your PC to the router??
#27
Sorry if i sound stupid but i have a wireless N Router and an old xbox network adapter and it works fine. Does it make much more difference the 2 antena adapter?
#28
Hixxy22
Sorry if i sound stupid but i have a wireless N Router and an old xbox network adapter and it works fine. Does it make much more difference the 2 antena adapter?


Only if there are an absolute load of you on line at the same time, apparently 20 or more people playing each other at the same time :thumbsup:
#29
Does anyone know if the third party ones work as well?

My room is on the third floor so I have to go wireless, any thoughts?
#30
also this price at play.com
#31
hope they have a better range than the wireless headset, which is utter *****.
#32
Hixxy22
Sorry if i sound stupid but i have a wireless N Router and an old xbox network adapter and it works fine. Does it make much more difference the 2 antena adapter?


Now perhaps I am being stupid but, the standard adapter oeprates at 54Mbs whereas the average home internet connection only offers between 2 and 20 Mbs so what on earth is the point in an 'N' adapter (unless you're streaming HD from your PC to your xBox I suppose?)
#33
dca860
Now perhaps I am being stupid but, the standard adapter oeprates at 54Mbs whereas the average home internet connection only offers between 2 and 20 Mbs so what on earth is the point in an 'N' adapter (unless you're streaming HD from your PC to your xBox I suppose?)


Virgin media offers 50mb broadband, so for starters your 2-20 Mbps is a bit off ;-):-D

Also, none of these devices typically run at the speed they state anyway

And yeah, Wireless N is neccesary for HD streaming., i have one of these things and it streams HD fine, whereas the b/g adapter cannot cope.

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