Wireless G Gaming Bridge & Free PCI WiFi Adaptor


#1

Welcome to the Wireless G Gaming Bridge & Free PCI WiFi Adaptor topic page for Monday, May 16th. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments here.


#2

WOOT-O-MATIC!!! ™ :wink:

Well another weekend of waiting is over and time to move on. Looks like tonight is

gonna be a good one with this! Don’t think it will take too long to sell out.

GREAT FOR MY X-BOX!!! WOOOT!!!

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Wireless G Gaming Bridge & Free PCI WiFi Adaptor
Hello Moto
$49.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

The 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 connections—and it’s a wifi antenna for that device. Meanwhile, your device thinks it’s hardwired into the network, so, like at the mini golf course, you won’t need any drivers.

This smart little bugger makes transitions between two separate networks as seamless as a rubber miniskirt. You could use it to connect to both your home and office networks! You know, if you had a job. What’s even better is that the bridge works in peer to peer mode with another bridge - as many as 253 can be used together in an ad hoc network for gaming parties.

It’s all pretty user-friendly—and it’s Motorola, so you’ll have help if you need it. They give the kind of quality support you might not expect outside 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.)

With Motorola’s WPCI810G Wireless PCI Adapter, desktop computers can quickly join a wireless home or small office network. This easy-to-use device eliminates the hassles of traditional networking — no more drilling holes and running wires to get network access. This space-saving device inserts into your computer’s available PCI slot and delivers a continuous, wireless network connection.

Once connected, you can share a single broadband connection with everyone else on the network. And that’s just the beginning. You can also share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more. What’s that you say? You don’t need a PCI card - only the bridge? You can always sell it on ebay or give it to your little brother.

Motorola WE800G 802.11g Wireless Gaming Adapter/Ethernet Bridge:
Condition: New, retail
All-in-one unit bridges Ethernet and gaming peripherals
Works in peer to peer mode with as many as 253 others to create an ad hoc network for gaming parties.
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: 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 WPCI810G 802.11g Wireless PCI Adaptor
Condition: New, retail
Device Type: Wireless Adapter
Interface: PCI
Wireless Network Standards: IEEE 802.11g
Wireless Data Transfer Rates: 54 Mbps
Wireless Network Configuration: Ad-Hoc (Peer-to-Peer)
Wireless Transmit Power: 15 dBm
Security Protocols: 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP
Operates at a 2.4 GHz frequency range
Provides a wireless range almost anywhere up to 328 feet inside the home and up to 1312 feet outside
Backward compatible with 802.11b access devices
Ad-hoc mode of operation to allow direct connection with other adapters for peer-to-peer file sharing


#3

I have some motorola wireless G items, (router, access point & network card) and they all work very well! Seems like a great price for this combo.

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#4

woot


#5

not too shabby


#6

wow woot, this looks like a good deal, might have to think about it though


#7

Go gor it


#8

great w00t!


#9

And the woot! is…more wireless stuff. My apartment is so small, I just don’t need wireless stuff.

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#10

Not a bad deal, these usually go for about $20 more…plus they’re throwing in a free PCI wireless NIC too.

Woot seems to have finally fixed the forums so that it doesn’t take 10 minutes to post something. Much appreciated.


#11

Yes, no thanks!


#12

Good woot tonight,

Pete
www.mobilereviews.net


#13

Don’t know man, gonna have to research this one…

Need both strangely enough… $50 isn’t bad!

We’ll see!

Nite everyone!


#14

Wireless G Gaming Bridge & Free PCI WiFi Adaptor
Hello Moto
$49.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

The 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 connections—and it’s a wifi antenna for that device. Meanwhile, your device thinks it’s hardwired into the network, so, like at the mini golf course, you won’t need any drivers.

This smart little bugger makes transitions between two separate networks as seamless as a rubber miniskirt. You could use it to connect to both your home and office networks! You know, if you had a job. What’s even better is that the bridge works in peer to peer mode with another bridge - as many as 253 can be used together in an ad hoc network for gaming parties.

It’s all pretty user-friendly—and it’s Motorola, so you’ll have help if you need it. They give the kind of quality support you might not expect outside 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.)

With Motorola’s WPCI810G Wireless PCI Adapter, desktop computers can quickly join a wireless home or small office network. This easy-to-use device eliminates the hassles of traditional networking — no more drilling holes and running wires to get network access. This space-saving device inserts into your computer’s available PCI slot and delivers a continuous, wireless network connection.

Once connected, you can share a single broadband connection with everyone else on the network. And that’s just the beginning. You can also share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more. What’s that you say? You don’t need a PCI card - only the bridge? You can always sell it on ebay or give it to your little brother.

Motorola WE800G 802.11g Wireless Gaming Adapter/Ethernet Bridge:
Condition: New, retail
All-in-one unit bridges Ethernet and gaming peripherals
Works in peer to peer mode with as many as 253 others to create an ad hoc network for gaming parties.
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: 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 WPCI810G 802.11g Wireless PCI Adaptor
Condition: New, retail
Device Type: Wireless Adapter
Interface: PCI
Wireless Network Standards: IEEE 802.11g
Wireless Data Transfer Rates: 54 Mbps
Wireless Network Configuration: Ad-Hoc (Peer-to-Peer)
Wireless Transmit Power: 15 dBm
Security Protocols: 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP
Operates at a 2.4 GHz frequency range
Provides a wireless range almost anywhere up to 328 feet inside the home and up to 1312 feet outside
Backward compatible with 802.11b access devices
Ad-hoc mode of operation to allow direct connection with other adapters for peer-to-peer file sharing


#15

No thanks :slight_smile:


#16

tooo bad, i dun have PS2 or XBOX


#17

this woot sucks.


#18

Wireless G Gaming Bridge & Free PCI WiFi Adaptor
Hello Moto
$49.99 + $5 Shipping and Handling

The 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 connections—and it’s a wifi antenna for that device. Meanwhile, your device thinks it’s hardwired into the network, so, like at the mini golf course, you won’t need any drivers.

This smart little bugger makes transitions between two separate networks as seamless as a rubber miniskirt. You could use it to connect to both your home and office networks! You know, if you had a job. What’s even better is that the bridge works in peer to peer mode with another bridge - as many as 253 can be used together in an ad hoc network for gaming parties.

It’s all pretty user-friendly—and it’s Motorola, so you’ll have help if you need it. They give the kind of quality support you might not expect outside 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.)

With Motorola’s WPCI810G Wireless PCI Adapter, desktop computers can quickly join a wireless home or small office network. This easy-to-use device eliminates the hassles of traditional networking — no more drilling holes and running wires to get network access. This space-saving device inserts into your computer’s available PCI slot and delivers a continuous, wireless network connection.

Once connected, you can share a single broadband connection with everyone else on the network. And that’s just the beginning. You can also share files, pictures, peripherals, printers and more. What’s that you say? You don’t need a PCI card - only the bridge? You can always sell it on ebay or give it to your little brother.

Motorola WE800G 802.11g Wireless Gaming Adapter/Ethernet Bridge:
Condition: New, retail
All-in-one unit bridges Ethernet and gaming peripherals
Works in peer to peer mode with as many as 253 others to create an ad hoc network for gaming parties.
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: 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 WPCI810G 802.11g Wireless PCI Adaptor
Condition: New, retail
Device Type: Wireless Adapter
Interface: PCI
Wireless Network Standards: IEEE 802.11g
Wireless Data Transfer Rates: 54 Mbps
Wireless Network Configuration: Ad-Hoc (Peer-to-Peer)
Wireless Transmit Power: 15 dBm
Security Protocols: 64-bit WEP, 128-bit WEP
Operates at a 2.4 GHz frequency range
Provides a wireless range almost anywhere up to 328 feet inside the home and up to 1312 feet outside
Backward compatible with 802.11b access devices
Ad-hoc mode of operation to allow direct connection with other adapters for peer-to-peer file sharing


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#20

[size=18:6002183250][color=indigo:6002183250]AUHGGGGGGGGG!!! :cry: [/color][/size:6002183250]