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Pros: Spent an hour updating firmware, reviewing at every setting and picking a good location. This was a few months ago now. Working well ever since. Connecting wirelessly with: 2 new android phones, MAC Pro laptop, iPad-2, PS3, and 2 Windows 7 PCs. Wired has a NAS and 3 more PCs. I know ... it's a technical family. All's good: Olympics via streaming looked great.
Cons: Nothing wrong with unit. Would actually move more to "wired" if there were more than 4 ports (I know, tell the chipset makers). Not a ding, just a wish.
Other Thoughts: Had a G wireless router for 8 years, and finally decided it was time to jump to an AS. This was one model/brand that consistently reviewed well at a few of my trusted websites. Never used Trendnet before, and the user reviews here are a bit scary/mixed. I had no issues at all. Believe all wireless routers are a bit complex to setup correctly ... firmware updates, 100 settings, placement, bad client devices, etc.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Seiki SE39UY04 39", 4K, 120Hz LED-LCD HDTV
Pros: After much research, I settled on buying this 4K "TV" as a PC monitor. At its price, I have no regrets. Its resolution fantastic for use with really large spreadsheets, software development, document reading, web browsing, etc.
Other Thoughts: Colors are great, but not accurate. Speakers working via the HDMI cable, but is somewhat muffled sounding. I don't even notice the slow 30 fps rate other complain about (don't use for fast-frame games). Standard Windows ClearType fonts do not look good at this dpi density; zoom a bit and all is good. None of these take-off an egg. They said they designed it to be cheap. You will need to spend $2500 up for the Sharp 4K technology based units to get perfection.READ FULL REVIEW