After careful evaluation, the Microsoft hardware group has decided to drop their broadband hardware and networking business. The new plan is to apply the knowledge they have gained to future products and services. Considering the company just introduced a Wireless-G networking solution last September and a USB 2.0 802.11g adapter this February, the short-lived life of Microsoft Wi-Fi products had a slow but well covered share in the market.
The current 802.11g gear will still be sold through retailers for the next several months and support will be withheld throughout their two-year warranty.
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