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THe MN-720 isn't a router it is a Wireless NIC that uses a PCMCIA Type 2
or Type 3 slot that is 32-bit. Remember Microsoft is no longer making
any more of these routers so the supply has been limited and is
decreasing, while the demand keeps changing.
> Why is it that the newer more faster and up-to-date router
> seems to be less in price than the older B standard?
> MN-720 = about $45. at 54mbs 802.11g
> MN-500 = about $100.at 11mbs 802.11b
> Am I missing something here?