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Checklist for upgrading to an 802.11n wireless adapter for your Xbox 360

Microsoft has confirmed a new Wi-Fi adapter which takes advantage of the latest 802.11n standard. This article covers some tips to determine whether you should upgrade.

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Blaster_Master3232d ago

I just bought the old one for 100 bucks a month ago and now IM really pissed off about it. They should give me a huge discount for buying this if I turn in the old one.

chase1673232d ago (Edited 3232d ago )

the wii and ps3 has it

tdogchristy903232d ago

I currently don't own a wireless adaptor for my 360 and have been looking forward to this. So i'll be getting it and am looking forward to the upgrades they have made to the first ones, which I again I didn't own.

DoctorXpro3232d ago

@chase167

PS3
Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 b/g

This adapter makes Xbox 360

Wi-Fi: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n

MSpence5163231d ago

Whoever wrote this article knows nothing about home networking. Unless your internet is faster than 54MB download, g will work fine. The only difference between n and g is when transferring files from pc's in your network, n is obviously better because it is 100MB. Downloading will be the same based on your internet speeds.

john master lee3231d ago

Perhaps you should read the article in detail. I mention that you need to check the internet speed from your provider first. If you are on one of the "slower" broadband packages, then it doesn't matter if you upgrade because you are still capped at that slower speed.

MSpence5163231d ago (Edited 3231d ago )

I'm sure that in this day and time you will not find internet that is 54MB. Until that is available, g is fine for EVERYONE, unless you want to transfer files faster(which has absolutely nothing to do with internet speed).