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Pros: - Amazing fast WiFi speed. I had an old D-Link router before this one which gave me 18 Mbps right next to the router. Now I get the full speed from WiFi like I'm plugged to the cable.
- Outstanding coverage. Max speed at the farthest spot in the home. No difference in speed right next to the router and at the farthest spot in the house. The old D-Link was unusable at that spot...
- Easy set up and firmware update.
- Great price - absolute steal for $89.99 after MIR at the moment.
Cons: None so far
Other Thoughts: If you're looking for a wireless router, don't look any further. This one is great!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This is a second review for monitor LG 27EA83R-D. See the previous review for all the pros - it's a great monitor.
Cons: This one has one dead pixel and cross hatching at the lower part of the screen.
Other Thoughts: The first monitor dropped dead after three weeks. Fortunately, it was in the 30 guarantee period and the newegg RMA was a breeze. This second monitor does have some issues but they are minor for me. The dead pixel is at the most lower right corner and is not visible unless you actively look for it. The cross hatching is visible if your are looking for it at a couple of inches from the screen. From a normal distance it's not an issue for me.
Not sure if I'll recommend this monitor anymore though. I kind off have mixed feelings now. If you are lucky to get one without issues, it's outstanding! Awesome colors and crisp picture at a great resolution! But if the second one fails, I'll probably go for a different brand... 1.5 eggs out due to the cons of this one and the fact that the first one died so soon...
Pros: Reputable brand.
Sleek design and great built quality.
No dead/stuck pixels.
Price (when it's on sale).
Inputs/outputs and packaging. Comes with the needed cables for 1440p, software drivers and calibration software. You will need a calibrator (sold separately) if you wan't to calibrate it. It also comes with the factory calibration report.
No back-light bleeding or cross hatching issues.
Cons: USB inputs are on the back and are not easy to reach. Most monitors have those on the side which is more convenient.
The buttons are kind of awkward to use but I think I'll get used to them.
Other Thoughts: I got this baby on sale for $499. I think that this monitor is the best bang for the buck at this price. I also checked out the ASUS PB278Q Dell U2713HM. The Asus does not have a USB hub and the Dell reviews report many back-light bleeding and cross hatching issues. The other choice was any of the non famous Korean brands but I don't regret spending a little more for this one. This is a great 1440p monitor. Cheaper than the other brands and comes with everything that I needed. I recommend it without a doubt!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Stamen S.
Date Joined: 03/02/09
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