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Pros: Reasonablly priced, and works flawlessly under Linux Mint 17.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Does everything it's supposed to do; no more, no less. Transfer speeds to an external SSD HD are about 95MB/s read and 71MB/s write.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It's natively recognized as a USB keyboard and mouse, so I can use it to make changes to the BIOS of the Dell Precision T5500 that I'm using as a media PC.
Cons: Not the greatest keyboard "feel," at least for my tastes - not real crisp. No big deal, since I'm not writing my memoirs on the computer that it's hooked up to.
Other Thoughts: I didn't try installing a driver to make use of the "extra" bells and whistles, so I can't comment on whether or not they work. Works fine with several Debian- and Ubuntu-based Linux distros I've tried it with.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Light. Easy to throw. Probably OK as a straight-forward AP, but I bought it for its more advanced capabilities and they're not available or usable.
Cons: Won't do most of what it claims it will. Tried to configure it to use a static IP, which works. The tried changing the operation mode to AP router, which resulted in a totally unresponsive web GUI. Did a hardware reset and started over...same result. It's going back.
Other Thoughts: The manufacturers of SOHO network gear just don't understand that usability matters.READ FULL REVIEW