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This review is from: RAVPower Deluxe RP-PB35 16000mAh Power Bank / External Battery Charger with Built-in Flashlight (Dual USB Output 5V/1A & 5V/2.4A iSmart Fast Charging) for iPhone, iPad, Galaxy and other mobile devices
Pros: - Adapters and Cables included
- Size is roughly the same as a 2.5" hard drive
- Will charge a smart phone 4-6 times before needing to be charged.
Other Thoughts: This thing is huge..... when it comes to mAh. 16000 to be exact. This little guy stores a lot of juice and will charge your mobile devices multiple times before needing to be charged again. It does however take hours to charge back up. I did not deduct eggs because this is to be expected. It's got a big battery and it takes time to charge. This is great for trips away from wall outlets and charge stations. Great buy. First RAVPower product and I love it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Great price
- SLI and CrossFire ready
- Modular design
Other Thoughts: This is a great power supply adapter if you are looking to power a mid level gaming computer. I bought this for my son's gaming build and it works terrifically. I love the modular design, although I used all but one cable harness. Quite and good construction. I have been purchasing Rosewill products for years now and love their quality and pricing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - USB 2.0 port (not knocking this being 2.0 versus 3.0 because most manufacturers don't offer 3.0 just yet)
- 2 year warranty
Cons: See 'Other thoughts' regarding the cons or overall review of this device.
Other Thoughts: Let me start with the fact I don't have anything terrible to say about this router. Unfortunately, I don't have much to say in regards to the pros of this device.
First. The router performed as expected. The transfer speeds were fine internally via wired and wireless devices. However, that is no longer a pro. That has become an expectation. A USB 2.0 port was present, which to me is a standard or expectation nowadays. The router was easy to connect and setup and took 5-10 minutes before I began testing it.
This isn't a bad router but it's not really a good one either. I feel Belkin tried to create options or tiers with their devices on this route. The problem there is innovation or true separation with the devices. You shouldn't create a full featured router and then gut it down to create "affordable options". Start with the Ferrari and then work your way up.
This router has been called mid-range by some reviewers on newegg. This router is entry level at best regarding features. Sorry, it is just a very basic, overpriced router. Don't get me wrong. This isn't a bad router. It's just priced in a tier that it should not be in. The lack of features and functionality versus the price tag kill this thing. Until the price drops dramatically, steer clear from this router.
Display Name: Chad P.
Date Joined: 03/14/04
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