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    NDS Wifi Link Released

    New Accessory from Divineo China



    Connect your PSP/NDS to the internet, play online games, organize your files and surf the net from almost anywhere in the house EASILY, CHEAPLY and WIRELESSLY.

    How it works? SIMPLE! Just plug our WiFi LINK adapter into your internet-enabled PC to create a Wireless Access Point. Then a wireless internet connection has been done, go ahead for online-enabled multiplayer games with PSP/NDS gamers from all over the world.

    If you have other WiFi-enabled devices capable of using the internet, such as laptops or PDAs, you can take them online with WiFi LINK too.

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    Anyone know what chipset this thing is?
    If it's rt2570 .

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDX
    My bet is cheapest pos chipset going
    Wadda ja mean?
    I think it's an rt2570 because it works with the DS, and for as far as I know, only routers and the rt2570 chipset work with that (maybe others in master mode).

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