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This review is from: Logitech C525 USB 2.0 HD WebCam
Pros: Nice package. Good specs. Good looking software.
Cons: It failed spectacularly after installation. Single image capture produced a blue screen and reboot of Win7Pro x64. Repeated S/W download and installation with same result. Then, the uninstall hung, forcing another reboot. My OS has never had any problems with other devices (even Logitech's) or applications. Finally, restored my entire system from an image backup, which I had made just before the cam install.
Other Thoughts: Can't say whether the problem was caused by hardware or S/W. If it was hardware, it could have been an isolated case. Don't want to risk my system again, however, for a webcam that I didn't need that badly. Newegg authorized a refund, and I returned the product.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SanDisk Cruzer 4GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive Model SDCZ36-004G-B35
Pros: Works as expected for pure data storage applications.
Cons: Differs from earlier Sandisk 4GB Flash Drives. It falsely reports as a fixed disk rather than what it is, a removable drive. This breaks all Apps that create bootable drives, such as Windows 7 DVD Download Tool. Sandisk's explanation is that they changed their design to comply with Windows 8 GO feature. Microsoft's own software fails to recognize this drive for purposes of creating a bootable installation drive!
Other Thoughts: Don't buy this product if you want to create bootable USB drives. Another reason to hate Microsoft, and now a new reason to avoid Sandisk thumb drives.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent features, performance, user interface, and manual. This AP has everything--much more than its Cisco and Netgear equivalents. It even includes a realtime listing of wireless clients by MAC address, indicating their protocol type (b, g, or n) and received signal strength.
Cons: Haven't found any yet.
Other Thoughts: Having experience with LinkSys WAP54G and Cisco WAP2000, I found the DAP-2310 to be a refreshing step up in features and quality. The WAP54G works fine, but it does'nt support 802.11n, so it is limited to 54 mbps. The WAP2000 doesn't support n either, and it has a long-standing s/w bug that causes it to lose network connectivity 15 minutes after reboot in Win7 peer networks.
The DAP-2310 does everything right, and for a rediculously low price.