Microsoft MN-720 Wireless 802.11g Notebook Adapter


#1

Welcome to the Microsoft MN-720 Notebook Adapter topic page for this product on Monday, September 20th. Please post your questions, experiences, or pricing comments for the Microsoft MN-720 Notebook Adapter here…


#2

first


#3

First? Not bad.


#4

sooo cheeaaappp…soo tempting!


#5

saasas


#6

OMG!

BLEH ON THIS!

BRINGETH BACK THINE DEVINE SPEAKERS!


#7

another horrible microsoft networking product


#8

Again if it wasn’t MS i would hop all over it…


#9

Not a bad match for the router last week but i do not have a laptop. Good price though.


#10

Meh


#11

i don’t have a laptop!


#12

Not a WOOT deal… :?
Its available for 21.39 + 5 (S&H) at HP.
http://h30094.www3.hp.com/product.asp?sku=2406877&jumpid=ex_r2910_yahoosmb


#13

I’ve been to TechBlowouts.com and well, I am not impressed. If woot is going to become (or always was) TechBlowouts clearnce site or whatnot, I can see woot’s wuality going down .

Oh well, if I needed one I’d probally et it still…


#14

A perfect match to the last Woot! Good job guys. You just made my life easier. I’m looking forward to enjoying the freedom of wireless connectivity throughout the house.


#15

Deal: Microsoft MN-720 Wireless 802.11g Adapter $15 at CompUSA.com Click Here
Discuss (19) Posted 2:51 PM PDT 9/11/04 by Ben

CompUSA.com has the Microsoft MN-720 Wireless 802.11g Notebook Adapter for $15. In-store pickup only. On clearance because Microsoft is ending their consumer marketing product line. [BizRate]


#16

Probably a good deal, but I have nothing that uses PCMICA, so no woot! for me tonight.

See you next time, same woot! time same woot! channel.


#17

How so? I’ve had the 802.11b version for about a year and it’s worked flawlessly ever since first sticking it in. No setup problems and never any connection problems. I’d assume the 802.11g card would be similar in quality.


#18

Sweet - called it again. Check the last post in the previous forum.


#19

ms products = crashes
anyway I want a blue tooth adapter, rather than a wifi g adapter. (Already inbuilt wifi b in my laptop, and wifi g wont matter because our max internat connection is 3Mbps and wifi b handles upto 10mpbps. may be korean guys will be interested in this, as they have 25mbps lines in theis homes!!!


#20

Why. you sneaky little bastards! You’ve been laughing about this little plot ever since you posted the router on Friday morning.