802.11n Adapter For The Xbox 360

"After the release of the latest WiFi standard, products with official support begin to trickle in."

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Microsoft Xbox 360 Wireless Gaming AdapterFollowing the official ratification of the 802.11n WiFi standard, images of a new wireless network adaptor for Microsoft's Xbox 360 have been spotted. The dual antennas should hopefully provide more bandwidth to guarantee the connection is stable to prolonged gaming sessions.
 
Rival consoles, the Playstation 3 and Nintendo Wii also support 802.11b/g out of the box, unlike the 360, which requires an external device, but the benefit of having this external device is easy upgradability, which will be interesting to see how Sony and Nintendo tackle the issue, if at all. It is still in the early stages, so no official word on availability or pricing, but hopefully it is less than the current £59.99 for the 802.11b/g device.
 
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09-09-2009, 18:39:53

Diablo
So what are they going to replace the classic with? I've virtually filled my 80GB, and I really don't want to have to pay a lot for some flash based device with less memory.

09-09-2009, 19:11:50

tinytomlogan

So what are they going to replace the classic with? I've virtually filled my 80GB, and I really don't want to have to pay a lot for some flash based device with less memory.



Aye same here

10-09-2009, 05:25:00

Rastalovich

So what are they going to replace the classic with? I've virtually filled my 80GB, and I really don't want to have to pay a lot for some flash based device with less memory.



You can now get a pink or blue one !

iTunes is pretty sucky imo as a tool to sync the devices. The windows one works better than the Mac one in terms of features.

Unauthorized mine from a pc last night, authorized the mbp and now it has 2 computers authorized - the mbp not being the one that will allow taking the music off the iphone.

As opposed to the windows one being pretty flexible converting ur music collection to the player, the mac one bearly converts anything - so u go for a converter that strips all the media info from it.

Wonder if the iTunes 9 is any better - seriously doubt it.

Took 3.1 yesterday, not noticed anything different yet. Still had to remove all my music and start again.

Person who invented syncing needs a price on their head. I was really happy with Creative's jukebox stuff.

10-09-2009, 07:38:25

nathan

really? the new nano's look pretty good to me



i like the bigger screen abnd the pedometre, but the video is poo. 640 by 480 i think.

10-09-2009, 08:17:40

Pat123

i like the bigger screen abnd the pedometre, but the video is poo. 640 by 480 i think.



But in a device so small, that does alot more than just take vids? Cant really expect much more can we..

10-09-2009, 11:01:40

zak4994
They are going to sell millions of Nanos with the new camera then next year they will announce the iPod Touch with a camera to steal even more money.
Brilliant. :)

12-09-2009, 05:40:07

sicat

They are going to sell millions of Nanos with the new camera then next year they will announce the iPod Touch with a camera to steal even more money.
Brilliant. :)



The above sounds about right :/

12-09-2009, 14:00:40

Brooksie

They are going to sell millions of Nanos with the new camera then next year they will announce the iPod Touch with a camera to steal even more money.
Brilliant. :)



iPod touch + camera = iPhone :p

12-09-2009, 14:03:23

zak4994

iPod touch + camera = iPhone :p



Yeah but when (notice how I did not say if :p) they release it, people in the world will still buy it because it is an updated iPod Touch. Most people won't even consider the iPhone over an iPod Touch with camera because, like I said before, it will be considered an updated iPod Touch.

12-09-2009, 14:03:41

PeterStoba

iPod touch + camera = iPhone :p



iPhone without calls != phone
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