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Datel Universal WiFi Max Wireless Access Point (Nintendo DS/PSP/Wii)
Datel Universal WiFi Max Wireless Access Point (Nintendo DS/PSP/Wii)
Offered by Electro World
Price: £22.95

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Horrible to set up, 16 Sept. 2008
= Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
as stated by many other people, it is absolutely HORRIBLE to get working properly. its not a plug and play jobby, there is a fair bit of messing around in network connections and its fustrating. however, when you've got it working its almost fantastic, works brilliantly (now connecting from my N81 to the internet via it!)


WiFi Max (Nintendo DS)
WiFi Max (Nintendo DS)

11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fiddly, but works very well, 10 Aug. 2006
= Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
as i write this, the dongle is sat blinking away to itself on my desk. with a couple of mouse clicks, i can then be sat playing mario kart with my friends or complete strangers, or invite my friends to come and annoy nook and pals in animal crossing. theres nothing about setting the wifimax up that would confuse a general computer user (the only thing that you need to do really is allow your internet connection to be shared, which takes about 2 seconds to select), since the software is pretty clear about setting things up.

another quick pointer, you'd be best off plugging it into a USB port on the motherboard, rather than the case ports, as it wouldnt detect when plugged into my case ports even though it lit up and other devices work through them.

overall, a good and cheap alternative to a wifi router or the Nintendo Dongle


First Impressions Of Earth
First Impressions Of Earth
Offered by skyvo-direct
Price: £14.33

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Interesting, 9 Jan. 2006
although neither this nor 'room on fire' will ever be as good as 'is this it?', this album is pretty damn close. the bass, as always, is clear and to the point, especially on Juicebox, which has the catchiest bassline i've heard in a mainstream song in a while. i dont think there is a song to fault on this album except 'ask me anything' which is definately a real head turner of a song. no guitars, bass or drums. just Julian and albert on some whacky thing (the name escapes me). despite this the song is still pleasing and mellow and gives an edge to the otherwise upbeatness of some songs on the album. the guitars on the album are also top notch, with catchy riffs battering your eardrums, although theres really no variation in the sounds. if the strokes hadn't have released a cracker of a debut album this would be worthy of 5 stars :)


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