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Pros: I needed this to use as a 1-1, non-NAT router on my static 5 block. This worked very well.
Other Thoughts: I have used many Buffalo products and always been satisfied.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy to install and mount to a monitor. Easily runs basic workstation functions and internet use if used for those purposes. Boots quickly and efficiently on Windows 7 w/ 8gb memory and SSD drive. I run Linux also on some (own 10 of these in our businesses) and it runs well on 4gb and transitional laptop drive w/o ssd. Handles many different USB devices without an issue. If using Windows, install the included drivers.
Cons: Will not run wireless on Linux without rebuilding the driver package as a general rule (definitely need to on Ubuntu). Out of 10 of these, 1 came DOA with a stuck power button and after 3 months of use, that just occurred to another one so I will RMA. Otherwise would have given it 5 stars.
Other Thoughts: Overall, easiest units I have found for mounting to vesa mounts.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Has a DVI interface! Sharp picture when you need a smaller monitor to mount on an arm for a workstation.
Cons: None so far.
Other Thoughts: Can't beat this for use with a display port mini-computer that is mounted to the back of the monitor or on a swing arm. DVI is less to run with a converter cable than VGA which is on most smaller monitors.READ FULL REVIEW