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Pros: pretty much plug and play on W10
Cons: Terrible performance, roughly 1/10 of my older version (W822). In the same location, same pc, only swapping adaptors the W822 got 4 bars and 130Mbps, the WN8200nd got 0-1 bar and 2-7Mbps. Despite better stats and bigger antennas it performs worse in every way than the older version.
Other Thoughts: I generally have had very, very good luck w/ TP Link products, but this one is a stinker. it kinda sorta works, but so badly as to be worthless. I"m using Win10, 4790k, 16GB RAM, etc.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: QNIX QX2710 Evolution ll Glossy 2560x1440 27" DVI-D LED Monitor For Desktop PC
Pros: cheap, large, reasonable bezel size, good resolution. MNW Global was great, very reasonable, prompt shipping, accepted return albeit w/ somewhat high ($100) penalty.
Cons: It turns out neither my wife nor I like the way LED backlit monitors make text harder to read; it's sort of uneven brightness/sparkly. That's not just this monitor, it's all LED's we've seen, and after getting this we looked at many. I ended up finding a new old stock HP zr30w w/ ccfl backlight, despite the heat it generates. Text is much easier to read, for us, ymmv.
Other Thoughts: this is a very good monitor. I don't know why no one else seems to see or talk about the uneven sparkly brightness effect my wife and I both see so very clearly on LED monitors. If that doesn't bother you, this is a great monitor.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: small, but not tiny, light...and no retractable cord. I use a claw grip (grab w/ fingertips, not palming the mouse), and have small-ish hands. A larger, heavier mouse really strains my tendons after a long session, this does not.
Cons: bit bit loud on the clicks, and expensive. Oh, and rather basic.
Other Thoughts: if you have some repetitive stress issues, and have smaller hands, and use a claw grip instead of a palm-on grip, this may be your ticket. For me, it's worth the premium price for such a simple mouse. My hands thank me after a long day on the computer, but ymmv.READ FULL REVIEW