November 23rd, 2005, 00:55 Posted By: wraggster
With the release of Mario Kart DS and Tony Hawk’s American Sk8land over the past few weeks, Nintendo’s DS online Wi-Fi service is officially in full swing. While most wireless routers are compatible with the DS (check out the official Nintendo Wi-Fi site for details), not everybody is going to have a wireless network set up at home. Public access points are also small in number in PAL territories, especially if sitting huddled on the floor of an EB store playing DS isn’t your cup of tea. Realising this, the boffins at Nintendo come up with a USB Wi-Fi adapter, which, theoretically, will work on almost every PC, providing they have a broadband connection and Windows XP.
We ordered our adapter last week, and – impressively – it arrived the very next day by courier. Not so impressively though were the contents. There wasn’t even a box – just the adapter itself, a USB extension cable, driver CD and instruction manual, shoved between a piece of cardboard.
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