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Pros: Screen seems more durable than the last generation. Heart rate monitor built in. Love the quick weather view and larger screen for reading text messages. Better battery life than I expected with the HR monitor.
Cons: Has a physical button that you never use? Why not put that in the touchscreen menu? The backlight doesn't stay on long enough, especially when the alarm is going off and you are trying to wake up and see to turn it off. Vibration is a bit weak compared to what I'm used to, I've actually slept through the alarm a few days. Larger than the Vivosmart first generation.
Other Thoughts: I killed the screen on three of the first gen Vivosmarts, but I kept going back because I loved the invisible screen. I wish they could have fixed the design issues instead of just throwing that idea out and going with what's effectively a watch and not a band.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Lightweight, durable, good battery life, good availability of accessories
Cons: Price? Maybe the Samsung specific UI components... but I have used their stuff so many years I like it.
Other Thoughts: Why does Samsung sell so many tablets that are almost identical?READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS RT-AC56U AC1200 Dual-Band Gigabit Wireless Router
Pros: I buy these because I can install AdvancedTomato on them and get awesome features including USB printer or file server support from the router. Small, multiple network ports.
Cons: The built in wifi is sub-par and the current Tomato actually can't work the 2.4 GHz due to a bug, but I never use the wifi in a router - I use extra dedicated WAP's in my home.
Other Thoughts: Bought specifically as a router (not wifi) and to run Tomato. Does both perfectly.READ FULL REVIEW