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Connect to your favourite Xbox LIVE entertainment

Connect to your favourite Xbox LIVE entertainment faster with the Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adaptor

AUCKLAND, New Zealand – December 17, 2009 – Available from mid-December, the Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adaptor offers versatility and ease to your Xbox 360 experience.

Jump into “Halo 3: ODST” or “Forza Motorsport 3” and enjoy network gaming and multiplayer, stream Xbox Movies on Demand or put your media center to the test by streaming your favourite HD movies and videos with the Xbox 360 Wireless N Networking Adaptor*. This dual-band adaptor synchronises your Xbox 360 with the newest wireless N standard, allowing up to two times the range and a speed seven times faster than before.

The Wireless N Networking Adaptor provides increased speed, coverage and reliability, and features a high-performance design with two external antennas that work great with 802.11a/b/g and N connections. Simply snap the adaptor on to the back of your console and enjoy wireless connectivity in multiple rooms or congested wireless environments and connect safely with WPA2 security support.

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