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8.7 out of 10

Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter

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Reviews for Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter

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My gaming connection is secure thanks to this!

katykicke..., Ciao
15 June 2013
  • Excerpt: "My husband and I have been gaming since 2007. During this time we have owned several of the varieties of the Xbox 360 console. In one bedroom of my home I currently have an older style White Xbox 360, which does not have wireless capabilities built in. When I started using this Xbox 360 I had to run a cable from it to obtain internet connection. Eventually I heard about this wireless networking adapter and I promptly purchased one, paying around £40.00 ...
  • Pros: Simple device that works very well, is reliable and was simple to install .
  • Cons: None .
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Brilliant once setup problems solved

Eaglestri..., Ciao
16 May 2013
  • Excerpt: "I bought this adapter when I first put my account on Xbox Live several years ago. I initially had problems finding local wireless connections and to this day I cannot identify whether this was due to the wireless adapter, the Xbox itself or the area connections themselves. After about an hour of tweaking, resetting etc, it was so easy to log in, save the connections and have continuous use throughout online gaming, video streaming and general use. ...
  • Pros: practically hidden and very fast
  • Cons: i experienced some set up difficulties
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Xbox 360 Wireless N Adapter

fridgeRai..., Ciao
4 November 2012
  • Excerpt: "I am sure that I was not the only person who was a little surprised by the fact that the first generation of Xbox 360 consoles did not have built-in wi-fi. Especially as its main rival, the Playstation 3 had built-in wi-fi. As the best that the Xbox 360 has to offer uses the internet for example, multiplayer and DLC, a connection is a must-have. The two main choices for providing a connection, excluding methods such as powerline adapters are using ...
  • Pros: Quick and easy to set up, reliable, well designed
  • Cons: A little pricey
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Makes online gaming faster!

ChrisKeba..., Ciao
5 January 2012
  • Excerpt: "...the simplicity of this product! Microsoft have really done a good job of getting the adaptor to connect to the Internet quickly and effectively. Once clipped into the back of the console a green LED lights up on the adaptor, signalling that it is plugged in properly, from here you simply go on to network settings and select the network you want to connect to! If a password is needed for your network, you have to type this in in order to connect. The ...
  • Pros: Quick to set up, quality connection
  • Cons: Expensive for what it is
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Kind of a needless tool

matyid, Ciao
17 July 2010
  • Excerpt: "First off, although constantly getting cheaper, this is a very pricey soloution to your online gaming needs, I would think strongly about just going wired and putting up with a cable. The wireless adaptor does a fantasic job, constantly delivering a strong connection from your router, however mine was in the room next door, and I understand that any further away it can get a little more temperamental, so you may want to give it a miss if your ...
  • Pros: Reliable and easy to install .  Works a treat
  • Cons: Does exactly the same as a free ethernet cable
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Overall 8
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Value for money 2
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Durability 10
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xbox wireless N(etworking) made easy

carguy143, Ciao
17 April 2010
  • Excerpt: "I eventually took the plunge and forked out the 50 quid for this when i decided to start using Xbox live. It is an expensive piece of kit and there's no denying that fact. It is, however, very good at what it does. Setup is easy, if you have an up to date Xbox there is no need to use the CD, simply plug into the USB socket on the back of the Xbox, and either use the fold out legs to sit on top of the Xbox, or clip to the back of the Xbox. Setup ...
  • Pros: easy to set up, wireless freedom
  • Cons: cost
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Value for money 8
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Durability 10
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We kissed and made up

iamasadli..., Ciao
2 September 2009
  • Excerpt: "...pick up wireless Internet (yes, Microsoft stung us here) despite the fact the Wii does we need to splash out on an external one. I'll admit I'm not particularly happy at needing to splash out extra to do something, even more so when you then need to pay for the subscription but it was pay day and I was feeling joyous. Costing £35 for the device at the time (prices seem to range between £35-£50 though) and the same again for the subscription this ...
  • Pros: Lets you on X Box live with out wires, good range, when it connects it's great
  • Cons: Can be frustrating to start, Costly, Should have been inbuilt, poor trouble shooting
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Value for money 6
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Durability 8
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Wireless. User friendly. Reliable. Expensive.

CrazyJami..., Ciao
26 March 2009
  • Excerpt: "Technology is advancing at a quickening rate nowadays, and games consoles are a prime example of this advancement. What were once simple items that just played games have now become multimedia powerhouses with huge hard drives and many extra features. Given that one of these features is the ability to play online against other gamers, it was somewhat inevitable that wireless networking would be introduced to the next generation consoles. And indeed ...
  • Pros: Easy to set up, good performance, reliable, fits in with the look of the console
  • Cons: Very expensive
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Overall 6
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Value for money 2
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Easy to use, yet laggy and expensive.

oblivion2..., Ciao
30 September 2008
  • Excerpt: "The XBOX 360 Wireless Adaptor allows you to connect your 360 without wires and from longer distances than wires would allow. It's extremely easy to set up - once you have a wireless router (or you can bridge it through your home PC or laptop) it fits easily into the back and by accessing the settings on the 360 menu, I was up and running in seconds: even with the dodgy AOL provider. The instructional booklet also contains deep information and diagrams ...
  • Pros: Easy to use, good instructions, long reception .
  • Cons: Expensive, can cause lag, brutal packaging .
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Overall 8
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Value for money 2
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Durability 10
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Wired Vs. Wireless

S4MMY_74, Ciao
17 May 2008
  • Excerpt: "The Network Adaptor is use to play XBOX 360 online (XBOX LIVE). This is very handy if the ethernet cable provided is not long enough to reach you router, which is my case. However there are downsides, if there are many active computers the connection will be weak which is prestigious if you are playing games such as 'Call Of Duty 4' , 'GTA IV'. If this is rarely the case i advise you to buy the router. Cost is a downside aswell, for £40 less you can ...
  • Pros: Small, easy installation .
  • Cons: Slow for some gamers .
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