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Pros: I'm not sure that there are any. It routes 10/100 traffic over ethernet pretty well, I guess.
Cons: -The wifi module caps out at about 1mbps. Can't get it to go higher
-Setup is painful, and the GUI is slow
-You have to actually log into the router itself and tell it to "set up internet" if you add a new WAN connection. This one took me about 30 minutes to figure out.
Other Thoughts: I'm pretty disappointed here. For, what, $90, I'd expect something better. Last time I buy Netgear. I suppose it's Linksys or Asus from now on.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RNWD-N1501UB USB Wireless Mini Adapter N150 Wi-Fi Adapter
Cons: It lacks the ability to stay connected (Or even online) for more than five minutes. I struggled to connect for long enough to post this review. I have to switch the USB port it's in every 5-10 minutes to keep it going - I've tried it in multiple computers, same deal. Really great, thanks guys!
Other Thoughts: Sure, it was only $8. But I could buy a chipotle burrito for $8.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Looks pretty. I'm sure it works great for Intel.
Cons: It doesn't come with the right bracket to attach to an AMD board. Had to buy it on Another vendor.. Additionally, the way it attaches to that (not included) bracket is nothing short of rediculous. I was literally in awe. You have to screw the two flaps onto the heat sink, and then attach them to the hooks on the new mount. But be careful - if you screw the flaps all the way down before mounting it, you won't be able to mount it. Additionally, even after mounting it, you can't screw them all the way down. Design flaw. I can't imagine who thought this fan was a good idea, but I can promise I won't be purchasing any ARCTIC products again. No thank you.
Other Thoughts: Seriously. Don't look at this review and think "This won't happen to me". It comes with a square bracket. If your motherboard's screws for the heat sink aren't a perfect square, it won't fit.READ FULL REVIEW