The new 802.11g standard for wireless networking is a no-lose improvement on the 802.11b standard we’ve been using for a few years now.
It’s at least five times faster. The practical effect of its greater speed is that keeping all your files on a central home or office server is now far more attractive. Signal reliability has been improved, it’s far more secure, and it’ll work with all of your existing 802.11b hardware. (full story)
My spin: Wireless networking. MS natural keyboards have done well I think, and their mice. Networking is a natural fit for Microsoft. Appliance like and not complicated like a PC. Maybe we’ll soon have a Microsoft printer?
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