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Pros: Very easy to upgrade from old router. Nice range, running max speed two stories up. For the price, it has many neat features like guest network and parental controls. The user interface for the admin tool is very nice and modern looking. Works very well right out of the box, all of my devices found it instantly.
Cons: The only con I have is the vertical design. Purely personal taste and has nothing to do with functionality.
Other Thoughts: I plan to get a Netgear adapter for my aging laptop in hopes to get 300Mbps on my internal network. I will try to report how that works out. I have not had the router long but I would recommend it for ease of set up,READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: A great monitor. I would expect to pay a lot more for what I got. I play high end games, use office programs, the usual stuff most everyone does and this monitor is great.
Picture quality, Size, Price, Ease of use, Functionality, Price, weight (very light).
Cons: Absolutely none!
Other Thoughts: I paid twice as much for a Viewsonic and received a monitor with three stuck pixels and not nearly the features or the quality of picture. Sure the Viewsonic is nice and sturdy and the speakers sound good but I do not buy a monitor based on how sturdy the stand is or how good the speakers sound. I buy a monitor that has a great picture and easy to look at, and fortunately this one also looks great sitting on my desk.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I wanted to wait a while after my purchase to see how this thing did. I was very reluctant to purchase a processor that touts itself as half CPU and half GPU. I was not reluctant about the CPU, as I have relied on AMD for years and they have never let me down. I was not certain the GPU could handle a couple of the games I enjoy; Max Payne, NFS.
I must say the A10-5800K does not disappoint. The one I own runs non stop, is super fast, and the graphics are very nice; all of that at stock speed. The graphics worked as I hoped with every game I play configured to the highest graphics settings with no problems. I am running Google chrome with any number of tabs active, MS Outlook, Word, Excel, Remote Desktop, Windows Media player, the list goes on and on. The point is you do not have to worry about running many "typical" office type programs all at one time; just make sure you have enough memory, this machine is running with 16GB.
Cons: No cons.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this processor if you do not want to sink money into a graphics card. If you are interested in playing games, do some research before you purchase to see if the processor can handle the games you want to play. Not dealing with a separate graphics card really gives more room in the machine's case and makes building the machine less complicated .READ FULL REVIEW