Discussion in 'Video Games' started by Deuce Wayne, Feb 4, 2008.
Airport extreme compatible with PC?
Nevermind. Way out of price range. So can we come to an agreement on what might be best for around 50 bucks? One thing i liked about the ps3 over the 360 was the built in wireless, so for 150, i'd be killing that pro basically.
a wireless route for $50 ?
capable of delivering online multiplayer gaming ... lag free ?
not gonna happen
if you're gonna go wireless and it's of any distance from your console or has to go through walls or floors, it's worth it to consider N
you might as well get a hardwire router and run some cat-5
Like I said, before I got AirPort, I had a Belkin Wireless G, and it worked absolutely fine. Didn't lose signal at bad times, minimal lag, and always had a strong signal.
I paid $40 for that...
I recommend the AirPort, because I just feel its a better overall product, but if you want to go cheap, the Belkin worked for me for a good 9 months.
For what it is worth I have the Belkin wireless as well. It's been perfectly fine with me.
I still don't believe your doing something right Gloat. Unless your modem is effed up it should work.
Many people experience it. It's something the console isn't doing right.
Like I said, I got on easy with the 360. Even with PS2 when I had it. Just not the PS3.
No, Gloat is correct. A lot of people have problems with just using the modem for some reason. One of my boys explained it to me, but I forgot the technical reasons why. But yeah, a router should fix it just fine.
I've had 2 and worked flawlessly.
I'm confused though. If one of the main reasons you bought the PS3 was the built in wireless, why complain now about having to buy an wireless router? Or why hook it up directly?
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