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This review is from: Cirago NUS2000 Diskless System Network USB Storage
Pros: Sorry to the other reviewer BUT I found a very different result:
DLNA works like a charm - Three TV's, a BlueRay player and two other computers- all can access video and audio via DLNA
One Printer/scanner/CDROM Library round is attached to each one of these that I own and they work great too
Small, easy to setup, instructions are correct
Cons: None that I can think of
I had one go dead after two months. Cirago advanced RMA shipped me a new one and paid for the return shipping. No other issues.
Other Thoughts: I gave it a 5 star for: The three of four that work EXCELLENTLY: for the fast and courteous treatment I got from their customer support guy for the RMA; and that the replaced model has worked flawlessly.
I bought three from NewEgg and one from A(mumble)n when NewEgg was out of stock - I have had them for 2.5 years now with Media drives attached to three ports per unit and a printer or scanner on the fourth so my entire office and household can get to the drives and accessories
This review is from: AT&T Exclusive - Jawbone II Black Bluetooth Headset w/Noise-Canceling Microphone
Pros: The sound and noise-assassination feature is clear on both ends - if you can get it to stay in your ear
Cons: This is a nice piece of jewelry - as they state on their website; and like most jewelry it is useless. It will fall off your ear and the ear-hook will break. I went thru all four hooks in one month and then they want to charge you for more of them.
Give me ugly, give me large, give me heavy, I don't care as long as the sound is good and it STAYS on your ear
Other Thoughts: If you are looking for a headset - do NOT buy this product - do NOT buy "jewelry" !! Get a Jabra or Plantronics earset and get a model that stays on/in your ear,READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: BELKIN F5L009 Wireless Network USB Hub
Pros: Simple to setup, works flawlessly with Windows XP Windows 2000. I have two of these from NewEgg - one with printers, a scanner and DVD/CD libraries, another with Shared HD's.
Cons: No support for Linux, but I knew that going into this. No Apple support but since I don't use Macs, that is not an issue.
Other Thoughts: Vonchiz - I have four Extrernal HD's attached to one of these- each with their own AC power - works fine. I'd be happy to buy yours.READ FULL REVIEW
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