Monday, 1 February 2010

Xbox 360 Wireless Network N Adapter Confirmed Xbox 360 N Networking Adapter Ships From November 10th

Last week Microsoft has released a software update that would provide
WPA2 support for the upcoming Xbox 360 Wireless Network Adapter N, and
that got us pretty excited knowing that the Xbox 360 will soon be
getting support for the new speedier Wi-Fi 802.11n standard. But imagine
our disappointment when we heard that the N Networking adapter has made
an appearance (at $100) in a GameStop.com catalog, only for it to be
later taken off.
Today however we learned that the device has been officially announced.
Apparently the Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adapter has made a
comeback on Costco for $87.99 (and on Amazon for $99.99) and has been
confirmed to ship starting November 10th.
Featuring a compact, high-performance design, the new device is dual
band 5 GHz and 2.4 GHz Wireless a/b/g home network compatible. On top of
that it also brings Windows Vista Media Center support, allows users to
stream multimedia content from Windows-based PCs and since it speedier
at up to 300MBps it will be possible to stream high-definition video
content across the network and offer maximum coverage and data-rates.
The only thing is that you'll need a Wireless-N router to take advantage
of these goodies.
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