[Novalug] OT: Wireless Bridge vs Powerline ethernet
varokan at MovingSatellites.com
Fri Nov 14 11:09:06 EST 2008
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I don't want to start vi vs emacs type discussion here but I checked.
PS3 games are few and there are hardly any used ones around.
This compares to the huge availability of used 360 games, plus the
cheaper HW aspect of things.
I bought mine on Craigslist for $200 incl 20Gig HD, RockBand with drums,
mic, and guitar. That was the reason I could not resist :)
Also I love car racing games, So I bought DIRT and ... man the gfx are
incredible. My last game in that regard was GT3 for the PS2 and back
then I thought this is as good as it gets.
Ps. My time dedicated to QDVDAuthor is currently suffering :)
greg pryzby wrote:
> shouda gone for the PS3
> get a USB wireless and see if that works, assuming the place you
> purchase from offers a liberal return policy.
> google xbox wireless to see if there are any options ppl are talking about.
> Sorry I don't have any other solutions...
> Varol Okan wrote:
>> Okay, I broke down and bought some M$ hardware.
>> Now I have a XBox 360 in my living room and want to hook it up to the
>> The Wifi card from M$ costs between 80,- and 100,- which is quite steep
>> So the alternative would be a wireless bridge. Unfortunately these
>> devices also run around 100,-.
>> PowerLine Ethernet devices are a bit cheaper and some are faster but I
>> don't know if my router sits on the same circuit as the XBox.
>> So what to do ? Anyone has any (cheap) suggestions ?
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