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Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adaptor - £[email protected] Tesco
States oos online but I bought one instore today. SEL said £49.99 but it scanned at £39.99.


Brand Microsoft
Features of Product Dual band 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz Wireless A/B/G home network compatible. Streams photos and music from Microsoft® Windows® XP and recorded TV, movies, and videos from your Microsoft Windows XP Media Center - based PC. Powered by Xbox 360 to eliminate adapter clutter
Format xbox 360
Network Type Network adapter
Range Microsoft Xbox 360

11 Comments

Its only £29.99 in Game at the moment, plus there is a new wireless N adaptor out in the next few weeks, so clearing old stock

kill_bill;6890251

Its only £29.99 in Game at the moment, plus there is a new wireless N … Its only £29.99 in Game at the moment, plus there is a new wireless N adaptor out in the next few weeks, so clearing old stock



Still on at £49.99 on website. I've been hunting all over for one of these cheap enough but best price I found was £39.99 unboxed. Bought one from here the other day for £35 couldn't find anything better. £40 for new one is best price I've seen so hot from me.

coolshop £38.99

coolshop.co.uk/cat…360

but wait they will be really cheap when the new one comes out

Original Poster

What will the new ones have that this one doesn't? Just incase I should take this one back and wait for the new one instead.

Libitina;6890555

What will the new ones have that this one doesn't? Just incase I should … What will the new ones have that this one doesn't? Just incase I should take this one back and wait for the new one instead.



They support Wireless N. So if you have a wireless N router you can benefit from faster speeds and better range. If your router isn't wireless N then you won't really notice any difference.

the N version sells for 49.99 at asda, been there for a week at least and on the website for maybe two weeks

could this old version have been mistakingly placed infront of the N versions 49.00 tag? - i tend to think so. i also dont really think it is a good deal when spending £10 more you get the N version..

not voting hot or cold

engadget.com/200…uk/

kill_bill;6890251

Its only £29.99 in Game at the moment, plus there is a new wireless N … Its only £29.99 in Game at the moment, plus there is a new wireless N adaptor out in the next few weeks, so clearing old stock



new version has been out for around two weeks, 1 week evidence below, and i remember seeing it on the asda website a week before that... (but since removed)

engadget.com/200…uk/

i know absolutely nothing about xbox live and my son has asked for this for christmas! what exactly do i need and roughly how much would it cost?sorry to sound dim!thanks

i know absolutely nothing about xbox live and my son has asked for this … i know absolutely nothing about xbox live and my son has asked for this for christmas! what exactly do i need and roughly how much would it cost?sorry to sound dim!thanks



You'll need 2 of 3 things, depending on the setup of your internet access:

If your house is on a wireless network, you can buy the xbox wireless adapter as mentioned in this deal, and then youll need the subscription to XBOX live, which generally comes in 3 month or 12 month durations.

However if your computer is connected via a modem/router which is wired youll need the ethernet cable (which often comes with the xbox depending on the package you bought, it probably would look like a chunky telephone cable to you), and then you'll need the subscription again.

You could also connect live to a wireless network via connecting into a free port on your router, providing it has multi ports or a free one, but you may want to leave that as it might confuse you if your not sure about routers, ports and the likes.

Hope that helps
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