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This review is from: TP-Link TG-3468 Network Adapter 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps PCI-Express 1 x RJ45
Pros: Low price, Gigabit ethernet, PCI-express
Cons: Drivers from the TP-Link website are bad. I installed the card on Windows XP with the mfr-provided drivers, and large files would not transfer over the network. Any file over 50MB or so would just fail. Also the fail would result in network hang-up for 30 seconds approx.
Realtek drivers fixed that problem. See Other...
Other Thoughts: Get the drivers for this card from REALTEK not TP-Link.
use the googles or whatnot and get the RTL8168 driver from Realtek. My card was a TG-3468 v2 which has the RTL8168 chip. If you're not sure, get a magnifying glass and look at the small chip in the center of the board. Mine said RTL8168.
The Realtek drivers for Windows cured my large-file transfer problem. I was able to successfully transfer multi-gigabyte files, but with the TP-Link drivers I could not copy a 200MB file.
This review is from: Johnny on the Go Portable Unisex Urinal
Pros: This is my favorite "P" bag! I love how I can just let it blast free into this wonderful yellow sack anytime I feel the need. You never know when you might be too far from a terlet!
Add that to the fact that these claim to be reusable, and "Whoah nelly!" it's a miracle
Cons: I haven't gotten to get a female test subject to verify the unisex-compatible claims yet. It looks curved to fit a lady's area where the fluids would emanate from, but I will need to visually verify this product claim.
Other Thoughts: Sometimes I use these when I am just too lazy to get up from the computer. I know, it is shameful, but you can come up with all kinds of excuses to justify boosting productivity.
One of the 4 in the pack I have reused about 15 times now, and I have noticed people looking at me strangely when I take it to the restroom to empty out into the sink.
Pros: Good solid-feeling drive. Made with a heavier case than cheaper Seagate models. Transfer speeds are nearly as good as one of them killer dinosaur drives. I got avg 130 MB/s read speeds, and 95-100 MB/s write speeds. Quiet operation.
.....5 year warranty.....
Cons: no problems so far... 1 con would be that it's not cheap
Other Thoughts: I wanted a fast drive, and the benchmarks tell me that this drive is fast, but I can't tell much difference when using it. It's not an SSD, but you can't get anywhere near the GB's per dollar with an SSD that you get with rotational media. I felt that it was the pest price/performance blend I could get.READ FULL REVIEW