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The 802.11n Xbox 360 Wireless Adapter may cost $100

Posted in Xbox 360 by Conner Flynn on September 23rd, 2009

Microsoft confirms 802.11n Xbox 360 adapterArstechnica has a mole. No, it’s not as bad as it sounds. It doesn’t chew up the house or dig in the yard or anything, or hang off Cindy Crawford’s face. It just hands them info now and again. According to that mole, the updated 802.11n wireless adapter will be $100.

The older G adapter will drop down to $80. Still pretty expensive when you compare it to regular Wi-Fi adapters, but whatever. The new adapter has the ability to stream 1080p video and is tied to Microsoft’s upcoming Zune video store update to Xbox Live later this year.

Audioengine introduces new wireless iPod adapter

Posted in Accessories by Shane McGlaun on December 8th, 2008

Audioengine iPod AdapterThe iPod is the most popular digital music player around and there are scores of products that dock the iPod to a home stereo to allow music playback through the audio system. Many of the solutions for docking require hard-wired docks the iPod has to stay connected to.

Audioengine has announced a new wireless W2 Premium adapter of the iPod that streams music from the iPod wirelessly to the home stereo from up to 30-feet from the receiver. The system ships with the transmitter that connects to the docking adapter of the iPod and a receiver that connects to your home stereo.