News.com reports that Microsoft is having problems with its set of new home WiFi products, which have otherwise received good reviews.
Users have reported a myriad of problems, all involving dropped connections, and most affecting the company's MN-500 Wireless Base Station and MN-100 10/100 Ethernet Wired Base Station. Some users said connections were failing every half hour.
A Microsoft representative confirmed the troubles Monday and said the company planned to issue a firmware update to correct them.
I wonder what the underlying OS on the product is - embedded Windows or something more stable like *BSD, Wind River, or the like...