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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
That's the cheapest i've seen and i'm gonna go for it.
[mod]#2
Wow that's cheap - these are normally £50 online. Excellent deal :)
banned#3
same price as the old model now. hot.
#4
Excellent price. Ordered.
#5
cheap. hot,
#6
avalible since before christmas in Tesco , same price , new wireless N ,
#7
diference between this one and the old one is worth the buy?
#8
Don't forget 5% Quidco
#9
Great price, ordered thanks
#10
Just for Info, the one at Tesco isn't wireless N!

Great find!!! Heat Added
#11
Very cheap, so hot, but I'd still recommend a powerline adapter over wireless for gaming. I've had a steady connection with powerline network adapters, whereas with wireless something always goes wrong.
#12
does the router have to be N aswell?
#13
Wireless = lag

But good price if you dont know what mains adapters are.
#14
zachary1000
does the router have to be N aswell?


No. If you have an 'N' router though you will get much faster speeds etc.
#15
lordpt
diference between this one and the old one is worth the buy?


don't bother if you already have an old one, you also need an 'n' router to see any advantage
#16
striker33
Wireless = lag

But good price if you dont know what mains adapters are.


and just what ISP are you using that provides more than 54 MBps ?

As long as you have a good connection wireless will be fine for most gaming applications.

I also get a ping of around 30 on most games on wireless ;-)
#17
striker33
Wireless = lag

But good price if you dont know what mains adapters are.


My PS3 is wireless and I never have lag and as this is wireless n there should be no lag at all.

Crap wireless connection = lag

Good wireless connection = no lag and no media streaming problems with no unsightly wires :thumbsup:
#18
What an advantage though,my wireless "N" setup fluctuates at between 120-270 mbps.
#19
Does anyone know if bt home hub has an N router? i'm sure there will be different versions of it but in general if it's maybe 2 years old will my boyfriend see any difference having this in comparison to connecting to the internet using his Macbook?
Sorry if this is an obvious question, i might want to order one, but some comments make me think he'd try it out and prefer the laptop connection.
#20
If you tether your laptop to the xbox you can use its wireless to power live.
Just bridge the lan and wireless connections to do it. Easy peasy.
#21
I am a little bit lost with some of the technical points here - we have basic Xbox 360 Arcade (no hard drive) and dont use it very much, but would like to make use of WIndows streaming for music. Our Xbox is not very close to our home broadband router which is in a different room.

I am trying to find out if I can use something that plugs into a socket that could stream the broadbad or if I can use this wireless networking adapter with our BT Voyager 2310 router?

Many thanks for any help as not too sure about this, but would like to take advantage of Xbox Live facilities and would be nice birthday surprise for hubby next month!

If anyone would be able to PM me with any techy replies I would be most grateful as I dont want to clog up this deal with this enquiry!
#22
Strange thing happened when I placed my order. I was only charged £1.00 but yet in my account info it says paid. Anyone else had this happen as well?
#23
I'm torn between getting a powerline connection or one of these, I have previously missed out on some of the good deals on the powerline option. Unless someone can point me in the right direction now.

The reason i was looking at the powerline is for it to be used with other equipment rather than just the xbox. i.e more future proof.
#24
spanielgita
If you tether your laptop to the xbox you can use its wireless to power live.
Just bridge the lan and wireless connections to do it. Easy peasy.


Why in gods name wold you want to do that ? :?

Buy an adaptor you soap dodger ! :thumbsup:
#25
This is a great adapter. Never had a problem since changing over from a wired connection. MW2 always showing 4 green bars when I use the 5 ghz n band. The router on the ground floor, the xbox is on the second floor.
#26
Should i give my 200MBPS homeplugs to my dad and buy this or....?
#27
cambourne03
Strange thing happened when I placed my order. I was only charged £1.00 but yet in my account info it says paid. Anyone else had this happen as well?


I think it's something to do with the way they validate cards (eg. better to validate a card first for £1 than £40). Happened to me as well (using a different card than normal) and I've bought from Coolshop before no problem.
#28
cambourne03
Strange thing happened when I placed my order. I was only charged £1.00 but yet in my account info it says paid. Anyone else had this happen as well?

Mine did this when i went through my bank's secure server. The email, though, states it was £39.99. Maybe the bank charges you when you go through the secure server?
#29
striker33
Wireless = lag

But good price if you dont know what mains adapters are.


lack of knowledge = fail
#30
Great find! Was going to pay over £50 last week, glad I waited.
#31
good price though i have to change my wireless router to n
#32
Depending upon how the domestic wiring is,mains adapters do not always get the desired result.
#33
striker33
No. If you have an 'N' router though you will get much faster speeds etc.


cheers,but just to clarify,i'll get a speed increase with an N adaptor even though my router is'nt N? will it be much faster?
#34
dont they charge u fees cos its in a different country?

EDIT: I got charged £1.25 by natwest as the payment goes through Denmark, I bought lego batman/pure and paid 6.99 but total was 8.24 not sure if its a % of total amount or general fee
1 Like #35
zachary1000
cheers,but just to clarify,i'll get a speed increase with an N adaptor even though my router is'nt N? will it be much faster?


No, you need N+N for a speed increase. If you currently have a G router then the Xbox adapter will drop down to G.
#36
zabbyh
Very cheap, so hot, but I'd still recommend a powerline adapter over wireless for gaming. I've had a steady connection with powerline network adapters, whereas with wireless something always goes wrong.


I would second that.
#37
Mortal Wombat
No, you need N+N for a speed increase. If you currently have a G router then the Xbox adapter will drop down to G.


thanx for clearing that up!
#38
striker33
Wireless = lag

But good price if you dont know what mains adapters are.


Maybe if you have a carp connection. My old type wireless adaptor gives me perfect performance on Live.
#39
striker33
Wireless = lag

But good price if you dont know what mains adapters are.


My exact thoughts. And cheaper too.
#40
I have the original BT homehub 1.0 I think, which I gather does not have n, therefore is it best to buy original adapter or the n adapter.
Will the n adapter work with homehub if its not n ?

Or would I be best going for these mains adaptors ? If so any link to a good set ?

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