wireless game adapter

wireless game adapter

A device that adds wireless capability to a video game console if a wireless network is available. Also called a "wireless Ethernet bridge," it connects to the Ethernet port on the console and converts wired Ethernet into wireless Ethernet (802.11b or 802.11g). A pair of adapters can be used with two game consoles to provide wireless connectivity between them. See Wi-Fi bridge.
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Since the introduction of its first Wireless Game Adapter in 2003, Linksys has established itself as the worldwide leader in networking solutions for the market with over 500,00 products gaming-specific products sold.
In a specially equipped display room, NETGEAR booth visitors can see the latest developments in home entertainment and view demonstrations of the Wireless Digital Media Player (MP115) and the 54 Mbps Wireless Game Adapter (WGE111).

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