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This review is from: Thermaltake TR2 W0070 430W ATX12V v2.3 Power Supply
Pros: Low cost (after discount & rebate).
Fan is very quiet.
OK for basic low end PC
Has plenty of SATA and IDE power plugs
Cons: Older technology non PFC power supply.
Doesn't even meet 80% Bronze efficiency level.
Doesn't fit a Dell Optiplex 960 mid tower due to the AC plug location.
Rebate says it will take 8-10 weeks (but you can get it in 1 week if you give up $1)
Other Thoughts: It's a very basic power supply painted black to look modern. Although the power supply feels heavy I would say half the weight comes from the wire harness meaning the power supply itself is rather lite weight and therefore uses small heatsinks and magnetics. General rule of thumb is cheap lite weight power supplies are usually junk.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Netgear WN3000RP Universal N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender IEEE 802.11b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u
Pros: Low cost
Has external antennas
Came with the latest firmware already installed, its the "Genie" version which seems to work well. Repeater connects to my router (Netgear WNR3400 running DD-WRT), my Vizio TV connects to the repeater.
Streaming HD video works fine, nice and smooth.
Cons: Somewhat large and thick (about 2 inches).
Antennas are not removable.
Received the V1H2 version, that's the first generation product, theres a V2 and a V3 of this model.
Online manual (from Netgear) shows the old user interface but the actual interface is the newer "Genie" version.
Other Thoughts: Watch out that you don't accidentally press the on/off button on the side of the unit when you grab the unit to plug it into the wall.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Newegg is selling the Windows 7 OS alone for $10 MORE than this entire PC costs which comes with Windows 7 pre-loaded. I ordered 2 more of these.!! I love them !!!
Cons: no HDMI output
no eSATA that I could find
but at this price so what.
Other Thoughts: Sorry for my typo on my first review, its a Core2 Duo.READ FULL REVIEW