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Pros: Great little charger for finicky devices like Samsung or iWhatever. Lots of amperage for larger units like tablets or for quick charging of smaller devices in a pinch. Decent price and solid build quality.
Cons: None so far. Needs a 12V source? Sticks out a bit?
Other Thoughts: Hard to go wrong when it's on sale...READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EDIMAX EA-IO9D Indoor 9dBi Omni-directional Desktop Antenna
Pros: So I replaced my Engenius N300 Router's pair of 2-3dBi antennas with a pair of these 9dBi antennas (on sale). We have a big split between 2 buildings (about 100ft through trees and a couple of stories different in relative height on a hillside) and were not getting solid enough signal for devices that didn't have a big external antenna. The higher efficiency antennas did the trick, what was pulling -90 dBm or more is now pulling in -80 to -70 which is useable if not great.
Cons: So they couldn't quite get everything into the green but is that the fault of the antennas? I think not. They will improve your range, but they won't make the unattainable possible.
Other Thoughts: Hard to go wrong for the price. I'll see if they hold but I don't expect too many problems - antennas are not a high "failure rate" item as long as they aren't broken or mistreated.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech Trackman Marble 910-000806 Gray USB Wired Optical Mouse
Pros: I've been using this and it's predecessor for over a decade. I've owned and used extensively the options from Kensington but the Marble beats them all. The thumb based Logitech is OK but I find it frustrating. This design, on the other hand, has stood the test of time. I've owned a half dozen in different scenarios, my wife uses one and won't give it up due to a work related arm injury, I've converted dozens of other people, and I've even got my 70+ year old parents using one. They are durable, they can withstand an abusive or dirty environment quite well, and they last for years even with constant daily use. In fact, I've usually found that the micro switches for the buttons give out before the optical system goes down. Overall, I seriously love this product and hope that Logitech continues to produce them into the distant future.
Cons: Lack of a scroll wheel. I know it would be difficult to position one in a useful manner but that is seriously the only thing I've come up with after a decade of use.
Other Thoughts: Give one a try! We've got to keep them making these things for at least another decade!READ FULL REVIEW