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Microsoft confirms Xbox 360 802.11n adapter

Last week, it was reported that the Italian site MondoXbox had spotted an ad for an Xbox 360 802.11n adapter in the Gears of War 2 Game of the Year Edition box. Prior to that, the wireless adapter was review by the FCC. Speaking to gaming site Joystiq, Microsoft has confirmed that there is such an adapter in the works and it should be hitting store shelves soon. Unfortunately, the confirmation was accompanied by few actual details about the device. Other than the fact that the adapter will allow gamers to “seamlessly connect with their home network with the highest wireless ‘N’ technology.” Micorsoft release no detail about when it will release or how much it will cost.

Microsoft did refer to the device as “another choice to consumers,” which lends to the belief that it will be marketed alongside the current Wi-Fi adapter, as opposed to replacing it altogether.

[Via Joystiq]

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