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Cons: Weak range.
Rude and slow customer service.
Packet Loss via wireless.
WPS connect button doesn't work.
Other Thoughts: I upgraded from an 8 year old Linksys router and this thing went in the same place. The furthest computer is 25 feet away and received the same signal strength as before, "Good". The Linksys transferred full signal with zero packet loss for 8 years! Of 120 mbps it received 30 mbps with an average of 4% packet loss out of 100 pings. Their customer service took a week to tell me, "You have a wall and a door between the router and desktop which will affect the signal of your wifi. The wireless speed is related with the signal strength. If you want to get the max speed, I suggest you use it with full bars signal."
Ok, as if that wasn't enough, I pressed the WPS connect button then pressed it on my printer. The printer said it stopped due to an error, several times. I called them to ask them what was going on and the person who answered the phone was rude and told me that it didn't work so I have to use the printer to manually set it up. lol I am never getting another TP-Link product again. I highly advise you to stay clear of this.
This review is from: BYTECC USB2-6MF-K 6 ft. Black Type A Male to Type A Female USB 2.0 Extension Cable
Pros: It works and isn't any more flimsy appearing than any of the other ones I've seen and ITS CHEAP WITH NO SHIPPING!
Cons: I have it lined along the back and underside of my desk to plug things I want to charge into it. Since it is now strapped and hidden I won't be able to tie anyone up or whip them with it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I use this 1 to 3 times a week for 3 to 10 hours at a time and am constantly taking it off and putting it back on. It is still in the same shape as it was when I first got it. I have had zero problems with it and recommend it for a good mid-range wired headset.
Cons: No cons.READ FULL REVIEW