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Ikea wireless charger £30 down from £60 instore
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EXTRA 10% OFF WITH IKEA FAMILY! (Only in wood effect, white is still £60)
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Is the 15w wireless output shared across the three wireless points ?
iPhone compatible? And will it charge Apple Watch?
trickytree19844 m ago

Stop everyone. This guy has an iPhone X. I mean the question was about a …Stop everyone. This guy has an iPhone X. I mean the question was about a Samsung, and if it does fast charge, which we all know the iPhone definitely does not support, but still at least we all now know that this guy is rich and fortunate enough to have an iPhone X. Thanks for sharing


Aaaaaactually the iPhone X does support fast charging. Was enabled via software update ...just saying.
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Sorry I don’t know. It does fine charging my iPhone X. It’s definitely not slow either!
Any idea if this supports Samsung's Adaptive fast charging or Qualcomm Quick Charge?
PreOwned PS4 Official Dualshock USB Wireless PC Adaptor - £12 (£13.50 inc del) online @ CeX
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Cheapest i've seen it since the ShopTo deal expired a few weeks back. Hook this up to your DS4 pad via Steam and play wirelessly on your PC (without the need for unreliable apps li… Read more
Grabbed one of these when someone posted a sale price on them here a while back. Great piece of kit, the one thing it offers over a regular bluetooth dongle is that it also sends audio through the adapter and you can use the headphone jack on the DS4 with headphones. Really handy for me.
Steams native support isn't great and a good many games still work better with xinput imo, this is a great price though if you'd rather take this route.
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Steam has native support for the DS4 pad now, so there is no need to use xinput any more, at least as long as you run your games via that software/overlay (you can add non-steam games to your library too)

I've tried cheap dongles in the past and their range/reliability was awful for these controllers. Constant drop-outs of connection, forcing a power refresh of the controller. This official dongle has far better range for me and doesn't have these connection dropout issues.
Apparently it only works natively with the official remote play software, so if you want to use your DS4 as a xinput controller then you're better off just getting a £1 bluetooth dongle and DS4windows. Or if that's too much bother you can link it with a regular old micro USB cable.

It's probably a good price, but a redundant piece of hardware.
scroterot10 h, 48 m ago

Bought one of these on eBay for my Surface tablet …Bought one of these on eBay for my Surface tablet (£5.69):http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/262890415240

That's 10/100 and USB2.0.
Bought one of these on eBay for my Surface tablet (£5.69):

ebay.co.uk/itm…240
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akashi2 h, 1 m ago

The deal has now expired.

It's ok, it's always there if you follow Amazon deals, isn't it sam_of_london.
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I bought one of these and can confirm it works with the Xiaomi Mi Box it gives it a wired network connection which is needed if you want to stream 4K content.
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PS4 Dualshock USB Wireless Adaptor - £9.85 - Shopto
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PS4 Dualshock USB Wireless Adaptor Box Contains PS4 Dualshock USB Wireless Adaptor This adaptor enables the DUALSHOCK 4 controller to wirelessly connect to your PC or Mac Yo… Read more
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Sorry to bump this again but has anyone got theirs? Mine still never came, got onto shopto but they said to wait 15 days from date of dispatch then can have a refund/replacement. I'm going to ask for replacement as £9.85 won't buy me one of these anywhere else but I have no idea how they are going to replace it when they have no more stock
Anyone had delivery yet? Mine was dispatched on 11th but still no sign of it, very slow for first class postage. Shopto are usually next day for me too.

Wonder if it's got lost in the post or shopto has decided they were giving them away too cheap and reneged on the deal....
Ordered one yesterday and mine's been dispatched. Nice to finally get one, using remote play more and more these days. Rare to see them going under £16-£18 region.
Finally nabbed obe, great orice for it. Been looking for this instead of a regular Bluetooth adaptor for the simple reason it can send computer audio through the headphone jack of the DS4 as well as be wireless. That'll be a lifesaver for me.
Ah poo bums it's sold out! Been playing Hollow Knight on my laptop whilst the other half watches Love Island and this would have been perfect!
TP Link AC600 USB Wireless Adapter £7.50 instore @ Asda
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Down from £15 - might help someone
Looking for a USB WiFi just yesterday! Luckily didn't order, will have a look around nw London
There was a couple in Stafford if anyone is interested.
Was two in llansamlet swansea, bought one myself, one left on shelf.
None in Asda Boldon to save people a wasted trip. Noticed the empty shelf this afternoon - they do have the single band version for the same price.
may be cheaper in other asdas, bought two of these recently in asda fareham for £3-13 each.
ZyXEL1200Mbps Powerline Network Adapter with Gigabit Ethernet Twin Pack - box.co.uk - £32.94 delivered
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These adapters run on the HomePlug AV2 standard so will work with other brands that meet the same standard (Netgear, D-Link, TPLink etc). Slightly cheaper than the previous deal on… Read more
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hsmith10 h, 11 m ago

Am i the only one who sees an issue with the "1200Mbps" advertisement?The …Am i the only one who sees an issue with the "1200Mbps" advertisement?The port on these Powerline Adapers are 100mb Ethernet ports. So already you have a bottleneck.I wouldnt waste my time on these devices.


They have gigabit ethernet ports on, so you'll get 1000Mbps from adapter to device if your other hardware supports it and you're using decent cat 5e or cat 6 cable. The 1200Mbps between the adapters over the powerlines will also show some benefit even if you are only using 100Mpbs connections on the ends of the adapters.
Am i the only one who sees an issue with the "1200Mbps" advertisement?

The port on these Powerline Adapers are 100mb Ethernet ports. So already you have a bottleneck.

I wouldnt waste my time on these devices.
Av2000 is 59.99 at box.co.uk
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ZyXEL PLA5405 1200 Mbps Powerline Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter Twin Pack PLA5405-GB0201F £34.94 delivered @  BOX
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HomePlug AV2 standard Line-Natural/Line-Ground MIMO** technology Perfect for connecting smart TVs and playing online games QoS enhances media streaming quality Single push-and-secu… Read more
Avoid Zyxel... have had three out of four Zyxel adapters fail on me just out of warranty and didn't replace. Tech support told me to use surge protectors, even though instructions clearly state you shouldn't to get proper performance. Since moved over to Tp-link and never looked back.
Agree the ZyXels support is good they replaced one of mine that failed without any problems. That said found the 500mbps range ones to be poor. Slow sync speeds even when plugged into the same double socket and even worse across the house. Was expecting much better considering the house/wiring is brand new
From what I've heard of ZyXel their connection tends to be more stable than tp link. Will have to do more research.
Heat added. Waiting for dual ethernet ports and pass through to drop a bit more personally but might be waiting a while
Coalface

So, which is the most reliable make of powerline adapters?TP Link seems … So, which is the most reliable make of powerline adapters?TP Link seems to get slated on all deals for dropouts, never used Devolo or Netgear.



I use some older TP-Link ones myself between 200 & 500mpbs and they work great - had them a few years now. Only once in a blue moon do I need to unplug them for a few seconds due to an issue.
UGREEN Gigabit Network Adapter - USB3.0 to Ethernet £7.64 prime / £11.63 non prime Sold by UGREEN GROUP LIMITED UK and Fulfilled by Amazon. - Lightning deal
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Lightning deal - Approx 4 hours remaining Available in black or white Compatible with Nintendo Switch plus it's much cheaper (& better) than the officially licensed one from … Read more
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Slightly cheaper USB2.0 version if you don't have fast net makes no real difference
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Kootek Wifi Dongle Mini USB Wireless Adapter 11AC 600Mbps Dual Band 5GHz 433Mbps/2.4GHz 150Mbps for Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10/Mac OS 10.6~10.12 (Black) £7.99 Prime Exc Sold by Novotech and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Sale: £11.99 Deal Price: £7.99 Excellent performance with speeds up to 433 Mbps (802.11ac/n/g/b/a) Stable transfer speed, very suitable for online gaming, The device with dual-… Read more
Bilbo1968

This is far better to use in a laptop though - no antenna to knock off … This is far better to use in a laptop though - no antenna to knock off and bust your usb port and incidentally it's exactly the same speed as the ANEWISH one.



Yes, I just saw the 5GHZ speed not the overall. Yes, probably better for adding 5ghz wifi to a laptop, though the anewish one can work without the antenna too (it just unscrews) but probably not as well as this one, since it's designed to be used with it for best results...
Gotta agree with the antenna comment .. makes a big difference in most houses in keeping a fast stable signal especially on c band
ST3123

Not bad though the anewish adaptor was cheaper (lightening deal ended … Not bad though the anewish adaptor was cheaper (lightening deal ended now) and better imho as it is capable of upto 600mbps and more importantly included an antenna so it would give a more stable signal over longer range...Still heated anyway as its a fair price.



This is far better to use in a laptop though - no antenna to knock off and bust your usb port and incidentally it's exactly the same speed as the ANEWISH one.
Edited by: "Bilbo1968" 19th Feb 2017
Not bad though the anewish adaptor was cheaper (lightening deal ended now) and better imho as it is capable of upto 600mbps and more importantly included an antenna so it would give a more stable signal over longer range...

Still heated anyway as its a fair price.
Xbox One Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 - £16.99 @ Base.com
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Cheapest I've seen new since the Amazon deal of £16.13 on September the 10th last year. Blurb: With the Xbox Wireless Adapter, experience the advanced precision and comfort of you… Read more
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Speedsurfer

It isn't beyond what Bluetooth is designed for though. Think about it; … It isn't beyond what Bluetooth is designed for though. Think about it; the PS3 released in 2006 had support for 7 Bluetooth controllers using Bluetooth 2.0. Here we are in 2017 with what I assume is Bluetooth 4.0 because that is what the Xbox One S console uses and we can only use one controller at a time on Windows 10.There has to be more to it.



Multiple PS3 controllers are also hit and miss over bluetooth on PC's and the PS3 wireless headsets used separate bluetooth connections. Also consoles are very different in that the manufacturer has complete control over all the hardware and all the software while even though Microsoft have the OS and the controller/driver in Windows, they don't have control of the bluetooth hardware in between. Given the bluetooth feature was added to allow the controller to wok with a PC, it makes no sense at all to then artificially restrict it and I'm sure for many people a single controller with no headset is all that's needed.

John
Speedsurfer

Wireless adapters tend to hold their value pretty well so I can't see it … Wireless adapters tend to hold their value pretty well so I can't see it going sub £5 anytime soon short of a pricing error. If your goal is to future proof your system for when the 360 controllers die or get broken I'd suggest instead getting a Bluetooth adapter if your motherboard doesn't already have it built-in. That way you can buy the latest version of the Xbox One controller, plus Bluetooth can be useful for other things as well.



I have a BT pad, came with the xbox slim model, but it is tucked way for a rainy day as i already have two of the normal pads, so that is 3 xb1 pads, 3 wireless xbox 360 pads, 1 wired 360 pad and a offical charge cable.....so i might pick up one of these in say 10 years time. lol
It isn't beyond the latest standards of bluetooth but without doubt the dongle is really what you want on PC for an xbone controller.

They just work with everything. They are stable. Range is massive. It's just better, for the sake of £17. I know we're here to save money and get bargains but just get a dongle, it's plug and play then.
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Johnmcl7

It's beyond what Bluetooth is designed for and if they wanted to force … It's beyond what Bluetooth is designed for and if they wanted to force people to buy the witless adapter they'd never have implemented Bluetooth and windows driver support in the first place.



It isn't beyond what Bluetooth is designed for though. Think about it; the PS3 released in 2006 had support for 7 Bluetooth controllers using Bluetooth 2.0. Here we are in 2017 with what I assume is Bluetooth 4.0 because that is what the Xbox One S console uses and we can only use one controller at a time on Windows 10.

There has to be more to it.
It's beyond what Bluetooth is designed for and if they wanted to force people to buy the witless adapter they'd never have implemented Bluetooth and windows driver support in the first place.

PS4 Dualshock USB Wireless Adaptor - £16.85 - ShopTo
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Just noticed this through the PlayStation site, linked to ShopTo and is about £3 cheaper than amazon, GAME etc. could be used for PC games or PS4 on remote play
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Just purchased one for use with Steam. Got a lot of lag with my existing Bluetooth adaptor (I assume one of these devices per controller has something to do with reducing lag), and I really want to be able to use the 3.5mm audio port on the controller.

If you don't want to use the audio port, the Plugable USB Bluetooth adaptor is supposed to be ideal for DS4
Edited by: "stringsonfire" 29th Jan 2017
I don't hate cables enough to pay for one of these. Re-pairing to the console again (I assume you have to) when you're done feels like more effort. You'd still need a cable for that anyway?
hero9989

This works out of the box with steam controller configurator as well as … This works out of the box with steam controller configurator as well as PS4 Remote Play. Far better experience than using a standard bluetooth adapter. Pairing is literally just pushing in the USB Adapter and putting your controller into pairing mode. Job done. It will work in any steam game including the touchpad. Well work the money!I own this and have used it a lot with PS4 Remote Play app on my mac. I can say with 100% certainty that the 3.5mm audio port works in this environment.



Thanks for this.
No, I saw that. I offered the solution which is the application Ds4 Windows. This allows you to connect WITHOUT the USB cable. Which is what you wanted....
thanks!
Netgear A6210 USB network adapter £19.99 @ Amazon
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Been watching for this to drop in price and now it has for those interested in adding wireless to a desktop or upgrading the connectivity of an older laptop. Upgrade your legacy P… Read more
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A giff gaff sim for instance is £0.01
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For those who do not have prime, this tool is handy to get over the £20 threshold Super saver delivery tool
I found this device caused problems for my USB 2.0 wireless mouse receiver. After changing the Netgear A6210 adaptor to USB 2.0 mode, my wireless mouse was working. All the USB ports on my computer are USB 3.0
Wireless adapters are notorious for getting bad reviews from people who blame them for bad wifi caused by the router, ISP or slow computer. Also on this amazon product you have reviews for 6 different products under 1 rating. I have this adapter and it does the job fine - I needed one with a fat antenna and extension cable because the edimax one I had wasn't getting a strong enough signal.
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plath

did a google search and there's lots of negative reviews about this … did a google search and there's lots of negative reviews about this product. and netgear has been having a lot of bad press in general anyway. would rather have a tp-link or asus product.


I always take reviews with a pinch of salt. Often people don't know how to use a product and give a review without understanding how it functions. At the end of the day if it doesn't work as described your entitled to a refund. Amazon have great customer service so I will be trying it out.
ZyXEL 1200 Mbps Powerline Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter Twin Pack - £29.99 @ Box.co.uk
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HomePlug AV2 standard Line-Natural/Line-Ground MIMO** technology Perfect for connecting smart TVs and playing online games QoS enhances media streaming quality Sing… Read more
Why is this expired they are still available and in stock?
enzero

Im getting a guarenteed 250mps fibre line put in soon. Would these give … Im getting a guarenteed 250mps fibre line put in soon. Would these give me full capacity ?



If your house wiring is good and the distance between points isn't too high in theory yes
Im getting a guarenteed 250mps fibre line put in soon. Would these give me full capacity ?
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sej7278

anyone got any real speed tests with these, i've had various powerline … anyone got any real speed tests with these, i've had various powerline kit from 100/200/500/1000mbps and never got more than 85mbps real world in a new build



​I have ordered these, so I will do a test and post the results
anyone got any real speed tests with these, i've had various powerline kit from 100/200/500/1000mbps and never got more than 85mbps real world in a new build
TP-LINK Archer T8E PCIe Wireless Adapter - AC1750, Dual Band at PC World for £29.97
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good deal for me, get one today, average price is around £50 Archer T8E AC1750 Wireless Dual Band PCI Express Adapter Ultra-fast 1750 (1300+450)Mbps wireless speed with 802.11ac… Read more
efem

Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?



​powerline is more a temporary solution, anyone wanting good transfer speeds and low latency would be better off using WiFi or proper Ethernet compared to powerline
Will this slot onto any PC and are they easy to fit for the uninitiated like me?
efem

Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?



Because that solution isn't wireless.
efem

Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?



because it allows your pc to receive wifi signals.
Why would anyone get this instead of a powerline?
Microsoft Xbox One Controller + Wireless Adapter for PC £44.99 @ Ebuyer
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Microsoft Xbox One Controller + Wireless Adapter for PC. Seems to be the cheapest price around with free next day delivery. 50+ in stock at time of posting.
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powerbrick

why would you buy this over the newer Bluetooth model?



I've not had a good experience with Bluetooth and my DS4 pad on PC, with regular connection drops. Have also read on forums of people complaining about the same with the new Xbone Bluetooth controller. Considering this wireless adapter supports up to 8 pads, it should have a stronger and more stable signal than a regular Bluetooth receiver.
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spliffhead

I'll second the ms dongle issues, the connection is very hit and miss, … I'll second the ms dongle issues, the connection is very hit and miss, even up close. The old 360 was flawless.Apparently the just released PS4 equivalent is also pretty poor for native PC use too.



It seems Bluetooth has issues as well according to forum posts. I had Bluetooth problems with my ds4 pad and bluetooth receiver. So I'll be trying this set up. Supposedly the wireless adapter supports up to 8 pads at a time, so signal should be stronger and more stable than a Bluetooth set up. We shall see.
I'll second the ms dongle issues, the connection is very hit and miss, even up close. The old 360 was flawless.

Apparently the just released PS4 equivalent is also pretty poor for native PC use too.
some old games do not work with the xbox one controller such as half life 2 and Fear
Well I guess it depends on the game, I've not had an issue with mine yet. But yes xbox 360 controller is better supported.
-40 seems harsh when the controller on its own got 232 degrees hot for £35
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£10 extra and you get the wireless adapter which is normally about £19 seems decent deal to me.
600Mbps Dual Band 2.4Ghz 5Ghz USB WiFi Dongle AC600 Wireless Network Adaptor £8.49 .7dayshop
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Product Features Ultra-fast AC600 (433+150Mbps) wireless speed with 802.11ac, Dual Band selection 5.8GHZ or 2.4GHZ for lag-free HD video streaming and gaming Built-in ceramic Ante… Read more
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Did anyone get one of these? Any speed improvement?
Thanks
Shrekt

Do you have any devices that work with 5Ghz band already? Smartphones? … Do you have any devices that work with 5Ghz band already? Smartphones? Might be worth running a speed test on both bands. On our network, our 5Ghz band is pretty empty and so gets higher speeds than the 2.4



Not a bad idea but if this item is poor it won't necessarily replicate the speed that my smartphone can do on the 5Ghz network. This app looks interesting in terms of doing a LAN file transfer test on android:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pzolee.android.localwifispeedtester&hl=en_GB

Hopefully someone on here can report in if they get one if their LAN file transfer speeds are improved.
Currently on my laptop in my bedroom I can get 5 to 6 MB/s transfer speeds on a large file - be nice to get this 3 or 4 times faster.

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Enterpart

not sure why its not coming upeditdoes this … not sure why its not coming upeditdoes this workhttp://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/600Mbps-Dual-Band-2-4Ghz-5Ghz-USB-WiFi-Wireless-Network-Adapter-MT7610U-DE-/262581913840?hash=item3d231a08f0:g:28IAAOSwgtJXTudP


nope oh well
not sure why its not coming up
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does this work
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TP-LINK Archer T6E PCI Wireless Adapter - AC 1300, Dual Band - £34.99 - Currys
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Specifications: WLAN Card Transfer Rate: 867 Mbps Frequency Bands: 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz Wireless LAN Standards: IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g
will buy when my benefits come in
computerdog

Do you mind telling me which ac router you got as I'm thinking of doing … Do you mind telling me which ac router you got as I'm thinking of doing the same.



​I bought the Netgear D6300. It connects to my virgin media router via 5ghz wifi in bridge mode mode. Then my pc is connected via an Ethernet cable to the D6300. Getting my full 200mb broadband on my pc with the router downstairs and the d6300 placed upstairs about two metres from my Pc.

Got it for £35 from Amazon Warehouse Deals. Actually tempted to buy a second to replace my virgin media hub.

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aa_no1

Be warned, if your computer lives under a desk, then this is pretty much … Be warned, if your computer lives under a desk, then this is pretty much useless.



These are fantastic in ideal conditions... but in ideal conditions (i.e. 2m direct line-of-sight to the router), you may as well run a bit of Cat6e cable. For desktop PCs, most of the time you'll get better overall throughput with a free-standing WiFi USB devices that you can position where you get the best signal.

Like this would probably give better performance, even though it doesn't support quite as high speeds, just because you can get a better signal.
Don't buy it if you have Windows 10, full of driver issues which make it unusable. Had to return the T9E to Amazon.
aa_no1

I bought the AC1750 Archer T8E for £10 more also from Currys.Be warned, … I bought the AC1750 Archer T8E for £10 more also from Currys.Be warned, if your computer lives under a desk, then this is pretty much useless. When I installed mine, I got my full 200mbps broadband speed over 5ghz wifi while I had the computer pulled out from under the desk. As soon as I tucked it back in under the desk this dropped to less than 5 mbps! still got about 50 on the 2.4ghz band though.I ended up returning mine and then ended up getting a cheap wireless ac router to use as a client bridge. has worked out much better!



Do you mind telling me which ac router you got as I'm thinking of doing the same.
Microsoft Xbox One Controller + Wireless Adapter for Windows 10 £39.99 Dispatched from and sold by 3-Monkeys / Amazon
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Seems like a pretty good price for an official Xbox One controller and wireless adapter for Windows 10. Also available on eBay from the same seller for the same price: http://www… Read more
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got it for the same seller on amazon and badly packaged. other then that it's the really deal! would request when you buy that it's wrapped in bubble wrap and not just a plastic bag as my actually controller box was dinged all over and scuffed!
was 55.63 for me too
Will it work with a Xbox one elite controller?
garybb

You mean this one it ain't big.



​yeah that's the one. I thought it's pretty large, I ziptied it to the bottom of my desk to hide it
moogle

[The PC dongle is huge, have you seen it? It's larger than most WiFi … [The PC dongle is huge, have you seen it? It's larger than most WiFi adapters.I'm a bit peeved at this too. Would have been nice to have this at the start instead.



http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v223/homicidal/20160630_114351_zpsmpuwbjij.jpg

You mean this one it ain't big.
Ugreen USB 2.0 Ethernet Network Adapter for for Macbook, Chromebook, Windows 10, 8.1,Mac OS X 10.11,Surface Pro, Wii, Wii U, Linux Black £4.95 (Prime) / £8.94 (non Prime) Sold by UGREEN GROUP LIMITED UK and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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I think this is a very good deal for a USB Network Adaptor, I was after one of these and the price is fantastic and quite a few connectivity options. I have purchased UGreen item… Read more
surfbored

Or get this one from UGreen, and possibly build quality looks better.This … Or get this one from UGreen, and possibly build quality looks better.This one you've posted has been put thru rugged test by my daughter, and after a year has started fraying at the connection points...still works tho!


That's not Gigabit Ethernet though which is why the other product was linked as it is.
I have one of these for my wii u (bought 2 days ago for more) - great item, super convenient.
mudisoft

If you're not in a rush, I would suggest this item for £6.21, which has … If you're not in a rush, I would suggest this item for £6.21, which has 1Gb connectivity and a 3-port USB hub as a bonus



Or get this one from UGreen, and possibly build quality looks better.
This one you've posted has been put thru rugged test by my daughter, and after a year has started fraying at the connection points...still works tho!

No good for MacBook as there usb-c
great find, thanks. ideal for the pi zero.
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