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Mad Catz ships 802.11n Wi-Fi bridge

updated 06:05 pm EST, Mon November 16, 2009

Mad Catz Wireless-N aids X360, PS3, PC

Mad Catz today dipped into networking with its own wireless bridge. Meant as an alternative to the official Xbox adapter, the Wireless-N Gaming Adapter takes the Ethernet connection from an Xbox 360, 20GB PlayStation 3 or any computer and turns it into an 802.11n Wi-Fi signal. The peripheral doesn't reach full 802.11n speeds but can still peak at 150Mbps.

Price is a cornerstone of the adapter as Mad Catz puts the adapter at $80, $20 below Microsoft's. The adapter should be available today. [via Crave]




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  1. woz

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    Why?

    Why buy this single purpose box when you can get an 802.11n Apple Airport Express for just a few dollars more that'll let you do so much more if you need to.

  1. alterseekers

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    cool

    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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