Reviews and Problems with Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter
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Does what it is supposed to do, but it is ludicrously overpriced.
28 January 2011
Summary: Not much to say here. The USB device does exactly what it is supposed to do: it allows your Xbox 360 to connect wirelessly to Xbox Live. And it does a fine jobe of it; it has sufficient range and all of that. Unfortunately, it costs about 10x as much money as it ought to cost.
Summary: This wireless adapter works fine once you get all of your router settings going right. Its definitely not plug and play like I had hoped. I spent about 3 hours researching and resetting my router settings because it didn't recognize it.
Great product but why does MS always charge so much?
R. Pickman, Amazon
1 August 2008
Summary: I have a wireless network set up at home due to a couple laptops and various gaming systems. This great for those who have a wireless network (or for those who live close to someone dumb enough to have an unsecured wireless network.) It's painfully easy to install.
Summary: Like many others, I purchased this wireless adapter because there is no hard-wire connection available where my console is located. Physically connecting this device to the XBOX console was fast and easy.
Summary: Here's the deal: the xbox wireless adaptor is great performing wireless adaptor that simply works. The only con is the price is incredibly overpriced. The big issue is it is a "necessary" accessory for the 360 as the PS3 and Wii already include wi-fi so I don't see why Microsoft needs to gouge...
Excerpt: Der Microsoft Xbox 360 W-LAN-Adapter ist ein kleiner Sender/Empfänger von Daten mit Antenne, der über einen USB Anschluss an der Rückseite der Konsole angeschlossen wird und es so ermöglicht, kabellos mit der Xbox 360 ins Internet zu gehen.