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Pros: It was working good
Cons: I purchased 3 of these. The PSU failed on one so far. Made some loud sparks and pops.
I switch the power switch on the PSU to the off posistion and it appears to be directly connecting the neutral to the power cable. Which causes the fuse breaker to blow.
This seems pretty dangerous.
Other Thoughts: I hope this is a fluke.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TEW-637AP Wireless Easy-N-Upgrader 802.11b/g/n and 802.11e up to 300Mbps
Pros: The web interface seems straight forward enough
Cons: Could not get them to function as a repeater or a access point reliably.
Other Thoughts: Was very excited about these. I spent about 15 hours on them before throwing the towel in. I have setup a bunch of DD-WRT routers as repeaters before. However these ones will seem like there working then just just stop or cause so much network interference that nothing works. Also there manual does not really give you much assistance setting these things up.. Example FAQ: Can I set these up as a repeater? Answer: Yes you can.. (No further explanation or pointers to where to go to get instructions)
I updated the the lastest firmware 1.084 for version 2. I guess that is why newegg was selling them for $24.99 .
I will be shipping them back on Monday.
Pros: Smallest low profile card with HDMI and speed..
Quit the fan less heat sink produces no sound.
Cons: The low profile mount has to be ordered seperate. Obviously this card was made with low profile in mind so why not include the mount automatically.
Since there is no fan you should analyze your ventilation. insert fan if needed.
Heatsink takes 2 slots pretty much.
Other Thoughts: Fastest low profile card with HDMI you can get..
Would have given it five if not for the not including the low profile bracket..
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