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    I have one, and would recommend you get one aswell. My computer is downstairs, and my wii is upstairs, and i still get a strong signal. It is also really easy to set up.

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    i'll probably get one. cheaper than getting a whole new router right?

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    Im getting the wire kit but can I add my own ethernet cable into the adaptor sicne my wii is like 60 feet from the computer.

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    The Wifi Connector is retailed at around 39.99 Canada, probably around 35ish dollars in America. As opposed to a router which is somewhere in the hundreds for a decent one.


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    Its $80AUS here and router wireless is about $250AUS. For a good one. So yeah, usb = best way
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    Just get a new router

    Just get a new router they really aren't that expensive. Or if you really don't want a new router a wireless access point will expand on your preexisting network. With 802.11n coming out now 802.11g routers have really come down in price some even go for free after rebate, like my own D-link.

    The only problem is that you'll want to make sure that whatever router you get is sufficient for Nintendo's wifi connect the list of routers is on Nintendo's website. I'm currently using a D-link Extreme G wifi router with no issues, but I prefer linksys or netgear. Check out Newegg.com - Buy Computer Parts, PC Components, Laptop Computers, Digital Cameras and more! or search Froogle for better prices and selection.

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    honestly you should get a router. my linksys g router only cost 40$ thats 5 more than the usb dongle but you don't need to worry about bogging your computer down with excessive software or about your computer crashing and losing your wifi. it should not matter what router you buy as long as it is standard 802.11b/g compliant.

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    You mean Wired < Wireless, the arrow always points to the lesser value. :-) Anyway, the Nintendo USB adaptor works like shit, and I suggest this one as I've had no problems with this and it's quite easy to install.

    Linksys - 802.11g Wireless Router - WRT54G

    Currently it is on sale, unfortunately, I didn't get it for 50 bucks, rather I got it for 70.


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    Well your the first user ot say the Wii USB is bad. Have you had one in the past?
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    If you use the USB adaptor won't you need to leave your P.C. on all the time to take full advantage of the connect 24? I'd prefer a router so my Wii is connected to the net 24/7, it would probably be faster to, not having to go through your P.C. first then your modem.

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