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    Wi-fi Usb Adapter

    Question 1)Hello, And I want my Nintendo WII connected up to the internet. I have a computer with an OK broadband. And I want to get a USB WI-FI Connection. So I will need to buy a USB WI-FI. Will I need the WII One? Or anymake for eg WI-FI MAX. Also what do you recommend?
    Question 2)Will I need a WIRELESS ROUTER For this?
    Question 3)Do you know a shop I can get the NINTENDO WII USB WI-FI From?
    Question 4) What USB WI-FI Do you have? And where'd you get it from and how much. Thanks alot.

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    If you use the WI-FI Max, it creates a wireless hotspot using your PC, so you won't need a router or Wireless card in the machine.

    I used to have one when I had my PSP, but I found it very unreliable to be honest.

    I'm going to be getting this nice little widget to get my Wii online:

    http://www.play.com/Games/Wii/STTS5/...r/Product.html

    Its not wireless, but hey, at least I can get online until I get a cable router.

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    I bought the Nintendo Wifi dongle which is supposed to work for the Wii. For me, I had nothing but dramas, I still have it sitting on my shelf un-used because it didn't work. I ended out just buying a wireless router, I set it up, connected to the Wii first time no problems, I've never gotten an error with it and works like a charm. I also got the router to connect my laptop to the net wirelessly aswell, but i found it to be the easiest method by far for connecting the Wii to the net. Also one of the cheapest.
    For interests sake alone, my router is a Linksys WRT54G, has anyone ever had any problems with this router?

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    Yeah I wanna get a router, but I have no other reason to do so at the moment.

    Once I get my new PC later this year, I'll definitely be investing in a cable router... after all, I need to exploit my forthcoming 20mb service.

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    if i get a wii wifi adapter will it connect on my 360, or should just buy a normal one
    "If your not laughing your not living"
    -heard it on Mind of Mencia once
    Been Wiing since Sunday January 21st at 10:53 a.m.

    went to target at 6:30- 1 wii fourth in line
    went to best buy at 6:45- 30 wii fifth in line
    I FINALLY HAVE A WII !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    nintendo wifi adapter will only connect the wii and ds, nothing else, get a router. Much easier for all consoles. Although I dont have a 360 so I don't know how it's connections work.

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    Personly I haven't had one problem with my Wi-Fi official USB connector, however my Wii is next to my PC, they probly don't have an amazing wireless range compared to a router. If you plan to get a USB connector, atleast get the official one, its not better then a router but by far better then the unofficial Wi-Fi max, these are so poor I think they should be off the market.


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    Wireless routers are the best. I have one, and it works perfectly.
    High speed, too. If you afford it, you should get one.

    Also:
    Quote Originally Posted by WiiGod
    If you plan to get a USB connector, atleast get the official one, its not better then a router but by far better then the unofficial Wi-Fi max, these are so poor I think they should be off the market.
    ^ That's right!

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    is good or what this thing seems to have lots of f***** problems man
    its official y all this problems
    does it work for a adsl connection

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