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GameStop inventory shows Xbox 802.11n slated for Nov

updated 08:50 pm EDT, Mon October 5, 2009

802.11g model expected to see price drop

Confirming earlier reports, Microsoft's upcoming 802.11n adapter for the Xbox 360 has landed in GameStop's inventory for $99. The accessory integrates dual antennas designed to maintain faster data speeds, while the improved performance should enable users to stream 1080p videos available through the new Zune movie service.

The 802.11n adapter is currently available to pre-order for shipment on November 3rd. Microsoft is expected to keep the current 802.11g model, which is believed to see a price reduction down to $80. [via Joystiq]



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