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Xbox 360 802.11n adapter to ship from Costco for $88

updated 07:30 pm EST, Thu November 5, 2009

Adapter to replace current 802.11g model

Microsoft's 802.11n adapter for the Xbox 360 has surfaced in Costco's online store for a slightly discounted price of $88. The accessory previously popped up in GameStop's inventory slated for November 3rd, although the listing was later removed. Costco claims the adapter is scheduled for shipment a week later on November 10th.

The 802.11n device provides two antennas for improved signal quality and transfer speeds. Wireless N speeds should allow users to stream 1080p content from the revamped Zune movies collection. [via Engadget]



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  1. alterseekers

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    Joined: Nov 2010

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    awesome article!

    That's a nice and creative way to provide WiFi connection to Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles with no built-in WiFi. With this, they can be able to connect their gaming consoles to the internet using wireless connection through their wireless router. If this doesn't work for you though, and you're looking for a nice alternative, I've got just the thing for you. Check out this Xbox 360 Internet Connection Kit from Netgear, it acts the same way as the WiFi adapter giving wireless internet connectivity for your Xbox 360, and it also works for your PS2, PS3, and PC gaming. Check this link out: http://bit.ly/bByST7, for more information about this wonderful product from Netgear.

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