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Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adaptor £35.96 Delivered @ The Game Collection
£39.95 (£35.96 with STUDENT10% code, make sure you use google checkout for that)

Cheapest so far.

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/in before the "overpriced wirleess adaptor" and "should be built in like the PS3 and Wii" comments......

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OMG what a waste of money should be built in like the ps3 and wii:whistling:

Tbh it would make sense to get a homeplug instead of this as these are maxed at 54mbps but with home plugs you can get 85mbps pairs for £40

dandoc2;5800848

Tbh it would make sense to get a homeplug instead of this as these are … Tbh it would make sense to get a homeplug instead of this as these are maxed at 54mbps but with home plugs you can get 85mbps pairs for £40



Tbh this is probably quicker than 85mbs homeplugs, doubt either pushes more than about 20mbs consistently.

Thinking of selling my adaptor and wiring it in to the router directly, wireless tuner guage on MCE says that i'm borderline for streaming HDTV, and W7 MCE seems more laggy over wireless than XP 05 did.

Xb0xGuru;5800763

/in before the "overpriced wirleess adaptor" and "should be built in like … /in before the "overpriced wirleess adaptor" and "should be built in like the PS3 and Wii" comments......



The comment you said is more boring than the ps3 wii comments people say

ScRiVs;5800935

The comment you said is more boring than the ps3 wii comments people say



It wasn't supposed to be inciting trolls, just prevents others from complaining about a product which, as a wireless a/b/g device is very well priced at £35. If my 360 wasn't next to my router I'd probably pick one up at this price.

If you're having trouble streaming, switch to TVersity :thumbsup:

Good price for what it is - but as it's a proprietary piece of kit I don't think it's a very sensible solution.

For the same price you could get a wireless-n router (and use it in bridging mode), or a pair of 200mbps powerline adapters.
Both will give better performance, and are much more flexible if your requirements ever change. (hooking up a blueray player, or other networked device for instance)

Not voting either way.

TehJumpingJawa;5801189

Good price for what it is - but as it's a proprietary piece of kit I … Good price for what it is - but as it's a proprietary piece of kit I don't think it's a very sensible solution.For the same price you could get a wireless-n router (and use it in bridging mode), or a pair of 200mbps powerline adapters.Both will give better performance, and are much more flexible if your requirements ever change. (hooking up a blueray player, or other networked device for instance)Not voting either way.



The benefits of getting this instead will be a much smaller footprint (clips to the rear of the console) and much less power consumption.

unable to order web site hanging on conformation page :oops:

Don't you just get sick of hearing about e*fing homeplugs? Give it a rest. Go and sizzle and hum with them to your hearts content - must be like living next to a sub-station. Must also play havoc with the reproductive system too.

Robbieeee2k;5804443

Don't you just get sick of hearing about e*fing homeplugs? Give it a … Don't you just get sick of hearing about e*fing homeplugs? Give it a rest. Go and sizzle and hum with them to your hearts content - must be like living next to a sub-station. Must also play havoc with the reproductive system too.



They complete the set of EM radiation emitters that no house can do without!
Other popular favourites being portable phones, wifi, bluetooth, mobile phones, microwaves & CRT screens

Looks like the price has dropped, just bought myself one for £33.30 with the discount code and free P&P
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