Motorola Wireless G Gaming Bridge and Free USB WiFi Adaptor


#1

Welcome to the Motorola Wireless G Gaming Bridge and Free USB WiFi Adaptor topic page for Monday, May 2nd. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here.


#2

heheh, sorry peteromans11 :wink:


#3

Hope everyone had a good weekend. Now let’s get back to WOOT :slight_smile: Nice one today!!!

Best price on Froogle is - $60 for refurb on the Gaming adaptor + $40 for USB adaptor = $100

I see a bunch of uses for this… Starting with the XBOX :slight_smile:

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Wireless G Gaming Bridge & Free USB WiFi Adaptor
Are you wired? What are you, some kind of narc?
$49.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

Welcome to the Wooting week!

The Motorola WE800G 802.11g Wireless Gaming Adapter/Ethernet Bridge is your fast and easy way to get cabled Ethernet appliances onto a Wifi Network. Plug it temporarily into your computer to program it, then plug it into your PS/2, Xbox, Internet-equipped refrigerator, Tivo, ReplayTV or printer—anything with an ethernet connection—and this becomes a wifi antenna for that device. Meanwhile, your device thinks it’s hardwired into the network, so it’s like a trip to the mini golf course: you won’t need any drivers.

What’s better, this smart little bugger makes transitions between two separate networks as seamless as a rubber miniskirt. For example, you could use it to connect to both your home and office networks. You know, if you had a job.

It’s all pretty user-friendly—and it’s Motorola, so you’ll have help if you need it. The quality of their support rivals that of something you’d find in the underwear drawer of Morganna “the Kissing Bandit.” (Not to jinx you, but we got through to a very knowledgable live human—or extremely convincing simulated human—in less than a minute each time we called.)

Though it would be handy if this bundle operated peer-to-peer with the USB adapter feeding the bridge, it will not, as far as we know. An existing Wireless Access Point (or one you buy elsewhere, or a WiFi router) will be necessary for network setup. If any nerd among you knows of a point-to-point solution, post it in our forum. It’ll be like untying the Gordian Knot! Or removing the Sword from the Stone! Except the reward will be much more modest: nothing.

Motorola WU830G USB 2.0 Adaptor:
This little thing-a-ma-jig makes wireless networking easier than ever. Just plug it directly into any available USB port on your desktop or laptop PC, and enjoy wireless networking.

On your 802.11g or 802.11b wireless home or small office network, multiple users can share a single broadband connection, files, a printer and more. (They can enjoy the excitement of real-time online gaming too!) It installs in just seconds, after which your momma will beam with pride. You were such a selfish child growing up! But look at how well you share now!

Motorola WE800G 802.11g Wireless Gaming Adapter/Ethernet Bridge:
Condition: New, retail
All-in-one unit bridges Ethernet and gaming peripherals
Includes 802.11g technology and is backward compatible with 802.11b access devices
Users are free to roam almost anywhere up to 328 feet inside the home and up to 1312 feet outside
Easily stores the settings for two separate networks
Works without drivers on any device with an Ethernet port — on Windows®, Macintosh®, Linux®, Microsoft Xbox®, Sony PlayStation®, ReplayTV and Tivo
Standard IEEE 802.11g
IEEE 802.11b, 802.3, 802.3u
Device Management Web-Based
Port One 10/100 Mbps Ethernet; RJ-45
Wireless Data Rates 1, 2, 5.5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 18, 24, 36, 48, 54Mbps with auto-fallback support
Security WPA with TKIP or AES encryption; Legacy 64-bit and 128-bit WEP
Operating Range: outdoor 1312 feet; indoor 328 feet Max
Frequency Band 2.4 to 2.4835 GHz
Channels 1–11 United States and Canada
Modulation CCK, DQPSK, DPBSK, OFDM
Transmitted Power: +15 dBm
LEDs for Power, LAN, Wireless
Dimensions 4x5x1(LxWxH)
Motorola WU830G 802.11g Wireless USB 2.0 Adaptor
Condition: New, retail
Single USB 2.0 connection
Supports high-speed 2.4 GHz data rates up to 54 Mbs
Retrieves data up to 5 times faster than 802.11b networking
Automatically detects available wireless networks
Backwards compatible with 802.11b access devices
Standards: IEEE 802.11b, 802.11g, USB 2.0, USB 1.1,WHQL
Security: 64/128-Bit WEP, WPA
Channels: 11 channels (US, Canada), 13 channels (ETSI)
Transmitted Power: +12.5dBm
Antenna: Internal Antenna
Operating Range: outdoor 1312 feet; indoor 328 feet max


#4

I WANT THIS…

Woot Off! where art thou?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!??!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?


Big Hard Drives would be a really nice WOOT!!!


#5

hmmm - interesting - dont think i need one though

hey - first page!

woot!


#6

:smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

Nice Woot…


#7

Once again woot has made me stay up late for no reason.

First Page !!! well worth it though…


#8

cool item. Im just not really a gamer. Just sent it too my friend and they bought one. Froogle price is $60 with higher shipping, so nice price, good deal.

http://www.craigandjamiearepoor.com


#9

edit: item description and picture delete. Just can’t beat pete or W00ter!


#10

Its been awhile, how about a woot-off? I don’t need sleep one night this week.


#11

I’ve been looking at wireless Ethernet bridges recently, and they usually go for more than this (even used on eBay). Plus you’re getting the USB wireless as a bonus…seems like a good buy to me.


#12

is this still first page?


#13

[size=18:6c9f6439f6][color=red:6c9f6439f6]OG[/color][/size:6c9f6439f6] :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


#14

Whiner’s List

pernst - 1
mac daddy - 1
Total


#15

W00t this is nice but only 20 bux cheaper from froogle

Dang did u guys post enuff details? 3 posts with details and a picture of todays woot, git-r-done


#16

:frowning:


#17

Lame woot… lame, lame, lame… How about a nice watch or six pack of diet coke? lame woot.


#18

Well, it would be an awesome woot if I needed it. I don’t console game, though, so not useful for me. Anyone else know of any uses for this?


#19

WOOT!! order confirmed, will go perfect with my Xbox,

Hey where is that link to NYT? i didnt know woot was in NYT!! awesome, BRING ON THE BOC!


#20

not so sexy.

woot! I popped page II’s cherry