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Pros: Decent range when used with a laptop or desktop. I've got a desktop approximately 60feet away from the router and I'm getting about 100mbps. Not quiet the 150mbls but still pretty good.
With the laptop on the other hand only 20 ft away gets the full bandwidth. Moving around and behind walls it will drop off fairly quick. Doesn't like my thick rock walls at all but so far I haven't found anything that does.
Didn't need to install any drivers to get it to work with Windows 8.1 or Windows 7
Love the small form factor so it doesn't get caught on anything.
Other Thoughts: Seeing pretty much the same thing as most people on here.
I've used this now to help diagnose family member's wireless problems because it's easy to transport with my computer diagnostic equipment. I always like to have multiple devices for comparison and testing.
This review is from: BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Wireless Router - WHR-300HP2
Pros: Flipping to bridge mode with only a switch is pretty nice
Range is pretty good even though there's no antennas
Lots of features, and very easy to configure using the wizard.
Like how the put the client access and reset information in a slot under the device.
Never had to reset
LEDs are nice and subtle
Nice bright red wps sync button on "front" of router is a big plus. Hate having to reach around and find the right button on some other routers I've tried.
Cons: Like many others I don't understand the price and lack of 1000Mps ports, but its still really fast. this is the only reason I removed 1 egg.
No IEEE 802.11ac
No 5Ghz band (not a fan of the 5Ghz though with the lack of distance on all routers)
No wall mounting but the design with the foot built into the housing is pretty good.
Other Thoughts: Overall i am really impressed with how nice this router is designed and works. I'd recommend this brand to anyone.
I'm curious now how the higher end models work.
I like the minimalist packaging and flat cable that came with the device as well.
This review is from: RotoZip RFS1000-20-RT 7-Amp 4" ZipSaw Cut-Off Saw
Pros: Cuts small thin wood like base boards if they are not on the wall already.
Cons: Clumsy to use and setup.
changing cutters is a hassle
cheap plastic guard easy to break
loud and noisier than oscillating tools
makes a mess cutting tile or wood
vacuum attachment falls off easily and doesn't work that well dragging a large hose and vacuum with you everywhere.
Other Thoughts: I do a lot of remodeling work and wood work. I bought this because it would be nice to have a portable cutter for tile and baseboards.
Using an older Dremel Multi Max and wanted something a bit beefier.
Got a newer Oscillating tool (Bosch Mx30) and doesn't have the issues this device has.