I have a Wireless-N enabled Xbox 360, and PC, included in my Wireless-N network (set up with a D-link Wireless-N router and fast broadband internet service) but the PS3 and Wii are still set up as Wireless-G.
I would like to purchase a Wireless-N adapter, to convert the Wii/PS3 into Wireless-N devices, especially the PS3, since the downloads from the PSN store are horribly slow (even the Wii Wireless-G downloads are faster) and my PS3 Wireless-G signal runs at about 55%-60% capacity. My Xbox 360 and PC downloads are very fast on the N network (the Wii downloads are not that bad).
Before i plunk money down on any of the devices i linked below, will they provide faster download speeds for my PS3/wii and upgrade the PS3 wireless signal to at least 90%-100% capacity over the already included/built-in Wireless-G adapters for PS3/Wii? I am primarily interested in the the Buffalo Technology device. But if any of you can please suggest any other devices, from any other stores, or please let me know if any if these are good, please let me know.
Thank you all again for your help. :)
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