Reviews for Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter
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A fantastic device that allows me to connect to the internet wirelessly on my Xbox 360.
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 for it.
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 .
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. ...
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
Excerpt: I have had an XBOX 360 Elite console for years, it's one of my favourite things, and when everything went 'wireless' I felt really left out, especially when the new slimmer console was released. I had a perfectly good console sitting there with 120 GB memory and I didn't want to trade it in or upgrade, spend a lod of money for the new model which was basically the same thing - but with wifi built in, I couldn't justify it.
Excerpt: After living in a technological black hole for the past few years, I finally took the plunge to bring my house up to date and signed up for a combination telephone / TV / broadband package. In an effort to make the most of these new services, I set up a wireless home network which means that I can connect all my gadgets to take them online.
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 ...
If you have the original shape Xbox this is a must have (unless your xbox sits next to your router)
10 June 2011
Excerpt: _______ Benefits _______ This adapter was an essential upgrade for me as i was sick of trailing an Ethernet cable all the way upstairs to my router. I have had the initial wireless G (single antenna) adapter and was very disappointed with the results as it dropped connection occasionally. This adapter is great as it supports wireless N and for some reason unbeknown to me the wireless G reception has much improved over the previous model.
A high quality wireless N adapter to get you up and running on Xbox Live.
22 May 2011
Excerpt: So I first got my Xbox 3 years ago, but at first I didnt consider going online with it. Eventually though, I did want go online, but from where my Xbox is situated, there was no way I could connect it via ethernet cable. I needed to go Wireless, but at what cost? * COST * ---------- When I brought this wireless adapter about a year and a half ago from Argos it was £60! To me that is quite a high price but I really wanted it so I just went and got it.
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