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D-Link DGL-3420 Wireless Gaming Adapter, Xbox Compatible 802.11a/802.11g, 108Mbps
List Price: $101.99

Our Price: $49.99

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Product Description

Push the limits of basic networking technology and experience the evolution in networking. Wirelessly connect to the Internet, streamline network performance, and stay competitive in your online games with D-Link's GamerLounge Wireless 108AG Gaming Adapter, powered by GameFuel System Technology. Provides untethered and powerful super-speed dualband wireless connectivity Offers maximum flexibility for configuration and performance - via console or web-based management utility Also ideal for use with Ethernet-enabled printers and media set-top boxes Designed for the Gamers Network One auto-sensing Fast Ethernet 10/100 LAN port to the game console 2dB dualband antenna for outstanding wireless coverage Slim and compact design - fits naturally with existing gaming gear Fine-tuned web GUI for seamless device management Supports Windows PC and Macintosh operating systems WPA-PSK supported / Also supports 64/128-bit Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)

  • Engage in head-to-head gameplay or multiplayer over the Internet
  • Up to 108 Mbps in both 802.11a or 802.11g
  • Provides untethered and powerful super-speed dualband wireless connectivity
  • GameFuel System provides convenient management options through a game console system
  • Slim and compact design fits naturally with existing gaming gear

Customer Reviews:

  • Great for Xbox 360 owners on a budget
    So you got the Xbox 360 and you don't want to spend the extra $85-100 for a wireless game adapter. Well, this is the product for you. Sadly, Amazon doesn't have the good price anymore ($[...]) but [...] does, for now anyway.
    When I hooked this up the first time the system had no trouble recognizing it but it didn't connect automatically. After connecting it to the available wireless network in the house (less than 2 minutes to figure out and set up and I'm not a tech wizard at all) it worked great. The connection is solid and has no speed lag.
    The downside is obvious, this thing is bigger than the USB-powered Microsoft adapter and it can't attach itself to the Xbox in any way. It's basically like a small wireless router, without the wireless part. You have to connect an Ethernet cable to the box and you have to connect a separate power adapter as well. It does take up some room but it's really not that big of a problem, for me anyway.
    Don't buy into the whole "this only works with other D-Link products" line either. That's not true at all. I'm using a Netgear wireless router and this adapter had no problem connecting to it.
    You might not want to by this here though, unless Amazon gets more of them and gets the price back down. You should only pay about $46 for it, at most....more info
  • must have a X box
    The D link works great with a PS2 but I discovered that setting up per the instructions in the package doesn't work.Even D link's tech support thought it was defective.But if you also have an x box,you can set up the d link wirless thru the x box then use it on your PS2.The only other problem I have had is when online gaming,even if you sign off the d link doesn't always reset,so I unplug it (the power)after each session,so my next log on is easier. ...more info
  • Works well once you get it set up properly
    I got this to hook my satelite receiver up to the internet. Setup was a pain and I wound up resetting my router's wireless security to get it to work. Setup on a security enabled network involves plugging the unit into a computer and manually configuring the computer's TCP/IP settings before you can get to the configuration screen to input your security key.

    Hooking it up to an Xbox or on an unsecured network would probably have been much easier.

    After that I just plugged it into my receiver's ethernet port and it was immediately recognized. The unit is very compact and isn't much bigger than a deck of cards. Overall I'm very pleased with the way it works. It's an excellent low-cost way of getting any ethernet equiped device hooked up to a wireless network....more info
  • Works Flawlessly with Xbox!
    I was peer pressured into buying the D-Link gaming router (DGL-4300 I believe) and it was well worth the price. So after having good success with that D-Link gaming product I figured I might as well get my Xbox to be wireless instead of dragging out a long ethernet cable everytime I wanted to play online.

    So basically the setup to this is done through the Xbox itself. The configuration screen is right there in the Xbox. Amazing to say the least. Anyhow I was able to set this up and get it working/communicating with my D-Link gaming router quick and easy. No major problems, just follow the easily laid out install guide that comes with the product.

    The look is nice, the blue LEDs definitely stand out when it is on top of my Xbox and everyone who sees it is jealous. w00t!

    I'd also like to mention the most important part. Even with wireless I get zero lag when playing Halo and other games on Xbox Live. The router is a big help as well. Check it out too. (DGL-4300)...more info
  • D-Link DGL-3420
    This product worked perfectly with the X-box 360. I just plugged it in and configured it through the X-box 360 console. The whole set-up took less than 5 minutes and I was up and running. It costs half as much as the microsoft official adapter and is twice as fast. I am using a Belkin wireless router and it worked perfectly. I couldn't be happier....more info