Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector

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Oct 27, 2008

Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector by OmerMe at 7:08 PM (983 Views / 0 Likes) 8 replies

  1. OmerMe
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    Where can I buy a Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector for like 20-40$ from a site that ships to Israel?
    Plus a reliable one, that some of you tried.
    Don't tell me to get a router or something like that, only the USB connector
     
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    It was discontinued a while back.

    Edit: and you'd be much better off getting a different brand anyway, the Nintendo Wi-fi adapter had pretty slow speeds unless you used the tutorial to turn it into a softap via modified buffalo drivers (which made it work like any other wifi adapter out there).
     
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    I could sell you mine, but shipping to Israel must be a pain.
     
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    What other Wi-Fi USB's work well with the Wii and DS? and maybe laptops?
     
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    Read the reviews for this one and decide for yourself.
     
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    Just about any one will work, as long as it sends the signal out in 802.11b.
     
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    just buy a router instead, much easier/better
     
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    "Don't tell me to get a router or something like that, only the USB connector"
    Anyways, I've got no idea how, but my Nintendo USB is working again, so no need to buy another one
    Thanks everyone xD
     

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