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This review is from: NETGEAR GS324 24-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop / Rackmount Switch
Pros: - Easy setup, just plug the unit in, and hook up your Ethernet cables to the front.
- Reliable gigabit performance.
- Nice easy to read LED lights in the front to gauge speeds of connected devices.
- Metal casement, not plastic, helps to keep unit cooler.
- 24 ports! Tons of connectivity for a home office or small business.
Cons: - None at the moment.
Other Thoughts: - My networking needs are fairly simple - I need to connect PCs, Macs, gaming consoles, and TVs to my switch without having to worry about advanced settings. This router does the trick for my needs.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SteelSeries Nimbus Wireless Controller
Pros: - Paired quickly and easily via Bluetooth to my iPad Mini 2 and Mac Mini 2012.
- Super high quality build (buttons, analog sticks, triggers).
- Weight feels good in my hands, doesn't feel light or cheap.
- On par, quality-wise, with the XBOX One and PS4 controllers, if not better overall.
- I really like the soft action on the shoulder trigger buttons.
- Battery lasts a long time.
- Response in games on my iPad and Mac was perfect. No input lag at all!
Cons: - Doesn't include a charging cable. This is a real mystery - why wouldn't such a beautiful, high-quality game controller come with the lightning cable necessary for charging and use? It is silly to assume that buyers would have their own cable. Luckily, I did, but I imagine many people that buy this for use with a Mac would not have an available lightning cable.
Other Thoughts: - Highly recommended if you play games on an iPad or Mac. This seems like the best option on the market at a reasonable price.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Lots of storage space
- Seems reliable for the time I've been using it
- Runs fairly quiet and doesn't get too hot
- Slightly faster data transfer speeds than a non-hybrid spinning 7200 RPM drive
Cons: - not as fast as an actual flash-based SSD
Other Thoughts: - All in all, I'm happy with this drive. I have been using Seagate 1 - 4TB drives for 10 years now in a professional capacity (3D design, video editing) and I've never had a drive fail. Hopefully this drive will last a long time as well.
- If you can get this drive for the same, or slightly more than a standard 7200RPM spinning drive, then it would be worth it. As other reviewers have noted, do not expect near-SSD speeds with these hybrid drives.