Game accessory company Datel wants some of the action of selling LAN adapters for the Nintendo Wii.
Nintendo offers their own LAN adapter, which is still a hard find and only available in Japan. Play-Asia is sold out right now. Why Nintendo was not able to squeeze in a little Ethernet port is a bit disappointing, especially because it cost you about $30-40 to get a Ethernet port on your Wii. Built-in Wi-fi is nice if it works, but Wi-fi tends to suck quite often. A cable is still the most reliable solution.
The Datel Wii LAN adapter is supposed to be available this month and sells for $10 less than the Nintendo LAN adapter. The price is $29.90 on Play-Asia.
You might know Datel from their Hard-drives for the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS.
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