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Pros: I'm getting the same download and upload speeds I used to get when my computer was hardwired to the internet. My router signal has to travel roughly 35 feet and through 2 walls. Set up was easy, and unlike TP-LINK's utility the ASUS one does not interfere with the Windows 7 utility.
Cons: None so far. Will update if something happens.
Other Thoughts: I see a lot of people complaining that seem to have Windows 8. I game on my PC so I don't use it, so I cannot comment there.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Both the keyboard and mouse are extremely lightweight, which took a bit of getting used to. But for the $40 i spent on this it has exceeded all expectations. My hand has gotten well used to the contours of the mouse, it is incredibly responsive with adjustable dpi control. The keyboard fits in my lap very easily which is great for my gaming style, and the buttons light up which make it great for gaming in the dark.
Cons: The lights on the keyboard turn off after a period of sitting idle. This can make it difficult to tell what the keys are even in the light. Turns back on immediately upon depressing any of the keys (I use shift). Didn't take an egg off as it is more of a very minor inconvenience than a flaw of any sort.
Other Thoughts: Great budget gaming gear.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Extremely spacious, excellent air flow, easy to work with. If you're building a beastly gaming rig this is a serious contender for the case you want to be working with.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: This is a full sized ATX case. So if you're looking for something that will fit easily on top of, or underneath a desk you may want to move on to something a bit smaller.READ FULL REVIEW