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WiFi in Gaming August 26, 2006

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Some gaming consoles and handhelds make use of Wi-Fi technology to enhance the gaming experience:

  • The Wii features built-in Wi-Fi.
  • The Nintendo DS handheld is Wi-Fi compatible, although it does not support WPA encryption, only the weaker WEP.
  • The Sony PSP includes WLAN to connect to Wi-Fi hotspots or make wireless connections.
  • The Xbox 360 features 1 Wi-Fi accessory: A wireless network adapter.
  • The PlayStation 3 premium model ($599) features built-in Wi-Fi.

These devices would be safer for children if they had protective chips put on them to mitigate the effects of radiation.

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