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Pros: I am happy with this light bulb as a replacement for a standard incandescent bulb in my hallway.
I will be replacing all of my incandescent bulbs with these as they die.
Cons: Light is whiter than standard incandescent bulbs, but it is not a bad thing. It is certainly better than most florescent bulbs.
Other Thoughts: When you flip the light switch, it takes a fraction of a second for the bulb to light up. It is just long enough that it is noticeably not instant, but not long enough that it is annoying.
I have only been using this bulb for about a month, but with a six year warranty, I expect to be using them for a long time.
Pros: I have disabled DHCP and I’m ignoring most of the routing capabilities and I’m using this router as a WiFi access point. The wireless connectivity and range is better than the Apple Airport Extreme that it is replacing.
Devices connected to this router:
• iPhone 5
• Nexus 4
• MacBook Air 2011
• MacBook Air 2012
• HP ProBook
• iPad 4
• Nexus 7
• 2 Xbox 360s
• 3 PS3s
• Dell Desktop
• Custom Desktop
• iPhone 4S
• Dell Inspiron Laptop
They all connect without any problem and do not disconnect until they go beyond this router's great range.
Cons: Even the smallest configuration change requires a minute long reboot. This is kind of annoying, although not a dealbreaker.
There are no LEDs for the ethernet ports to either indicate connectivity or speed.
Other Thoughts: Let me start out by saying that I have Verizon FiOS. The FiOS modem has a built in router. I attempted to turn off all of its routing functionality and pass all traffic through to this D-Link router with little success. The D-Link is not to blame, it is a limitation of the FiOS modem/router. The FiOS router has terribly slow WiFi, so I am using this D-Link router as a WiFi access point.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: OCZ Vertex 2 OCZSSD2-2VTXE60G 2.5" 55GB SATA II MLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD)
Pros: This drive is extremely fast. Running it on a machine with a Core2Quad and 4GB of RAM. I have never had the privilege of using a faster computer.
Other Thoughts: Can't wait for these to increase in size and drop in price. No longer will computer speed be measured in MHz, but in MB/s.READ FULL REVIEW
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