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    I get terrible wifi service in my room. Is there some kind of booster i can plug in to get better service? something similar to the tivo adapter: [​IMG]
     
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    sorry should have clarified, i have the sony box
     
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    Actually, partly my fault as well.
    I own the Revue, and I usually, or naturally think everybody uses one.
    Sorry Sony owners.. I gotta start asking which GTV, people own, it would help.
     
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    LOL it's ok thanks for the help though i'm guessing that wouldn't be compatible right?
     
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    Ya know, that's a good question..
    I'll have to dig into that...
     
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    Hey mskks64,
    Just thought I'd let you know that yes, it should be compatable...
     
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    Awesome! Thanks! is there a "starter kit" for the sony one??
     
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    A lot of people have been asking about wifi extenders. (boosters).
    Just thought I would throw this in as well.

    If you've been scouring the world for an adapter to enable your Intel Wireless Display-enabled laptop to do more than just look pretty in the living room, Netgear's got a refreshed box that deserves your attention. The second generation Push2TV adapter has been unveiled today, with an "HD" suffix finding its way in. The revised box now supports 1080p and Blu-ray transmissions, marking a vast improvement compared to the version launched at last year's CES. The PTV2000 is (thankfully) compatible with both existing and future generation WiDi laptops, and the dual-band wireless connectivity ensures that things will hum along just fine over 5GHz when that 2.4GHz band gets too jammed. It's expected to ship later this month in the US for $119.99, with the rest of the world to get it by the end of Q1.

    In somewhat less exhilarating news, a trifecta of WiFi range extenders are also being revealed. The Universal WiFi Range Extender (WN3000RP; $99.99) touts a compact wall-plugged design, and a pair of powerline solutions should work well for those looking to make better use of their home's power cabling. The Internet Adapter for Home Theater - HD+3D (XAVB5004; $169.99) is hailed as the fastest powerline networking solution currently available on the market, while the Powerline AV 200 Nano Adapter Kit (XAVB2101; $139.99) is described as the world's smallest 200Mbps powerline AV adapter. Per usual, you can find the releases in full just below the break.

    Another great place to look would be somewhere like Amazon.....ect..

    By Darren Murph
    Jan 5th 2011
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