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This review is from: CISCO AIR-PWR-B AC Adapter
Pros: Bought this for Cisco 1260 AP.
Realized that the Power supply is identical to (and can power) Cisco 1250/1240 Access Points as well.
C'mon, $30 for a AC/DC Transformer?
Other Thoughts: Cisco needs 0.4 at 48 VDC. There are cheaper options.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Too many features to list. Huge onboard memory, superfast processor, never fails to deliver speed, throughput, security.
Supports multiple SSIDs, VLANs, Guest SSID, IP forwarding.. this is what an AP should be able to do. Features onboard DHCP server, should you ever need one. Can be configured as a repeater too (stand alone or optionally if the LAN disconnects.)
So many options, just buy it, you won't regret it.
Cons: Comes with nothing but the mounting bracket.
Buy Power Supply here:
Buy antennae separately. Antennae need to be RP-TNC plugs.
This review is from: Logitech 920-002530 G510 Keyboard
Pros: Multicolor fully adjustable Backlight, Macros, Myriad of programming features, applets, multi-function switches I still haven't figured out LoL.
Cons: Keyboard back support kickstands aren't as high as I'd like them to be. I'd like the keyboard to have it's back more tilted/elevated. Putting out the kickstands raises the keybard about 1/2 inch. Won't take eggs off for that.
Other Thoughts: The keyboard has narrow keys, and if you come from any other keyboard you will notice the keys are very close to each other, which takes a week to get used to, but then thereafter you will notice that is actually a good thing when gaming. Tons of features, even has a built in analog sound for mic and speakers. Well arranged, can even program keystroke combinations without software, on the fly (i.e. while in the game - "temporary macro".)
If you are an avid Battlefield player, you will love this keyboard.
Display Name: MIslav J.
Date Joined: 01/23/08
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