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This review is from: AT&T F8V101-12-BK Coiled Telephone Handset Cord, 12 feet (3.7m)
Pros: Black color, short length for uncluttered desktop use, and excellent quality.
Cons: This is not a con of the product but of its description: this is only 12' long if two people each grab an end, and each walk 6 feet in opposite directions.
Other Thoughts: Hopefully my 5-egg review will bring balance to the number of eggs this product has, because it really is a fine product. Someone else left a 1-egg review, and his review prompted me to take a chance and order this. I didn't want or need a 12' cable. I needed a black, coiled handset cable to replace worn-out ones in a professional desktop scenario, and even after reading the other review I was worried these would be slightly too long and messy. It turns out they're only slightly longer than the original cables that came with our VoIP phones. Perfect for what we needed.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent mid-range bridge mode use. I've created a campus LAN connection to a new facility we're leasing 0.6 miles away across a highway. Limited number of remote users. We're getting 18Mbps throughput to the main corporate LAN even during severe weather with no dropped packets. Exactly what we needed it for. remove connectivity with zero monthly recurring costs!
Cons: Deployment was actually fairly simple, but I had the help of a master electrician. We used prefabricated 300' STP cables to run from the radios (on the roofs) to the nearest IDF or MDF. Most of the cost of this project was for hardware other than the radios themselves. Cabling, antenna, mounting tripod, etc.
Other Thoughts: Why can you still purchase these on Newegg's consumer site but not the business site? I have a business account but have to use a credit card and purchase them as a guest in order to buy them or to get spares, etc. Makes no sense. You either have them in stock or you don't.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small EC form factor, relatively high amount of storage space for an SSD.
Cons: While the packaging it comes in boasts that will install flush with the surface of your computer or laptop, it doesn't. In fact, it sticks out exactly one quarter of an inch on the side of my Dell Latitude XT3, which is extremely disappointing. My intended use of the device is as a non-removable secondary hard drive needed to provide extra storage space for VMWare Workstation since my C:\ drive is also a small 128 SSD drive. In order to use this, I have to tolerate something sticking out pretty far on the left side of my laptop, and worse - if you bump it with enough force it will eject. And since it sticks out .25" there's a good chance it is going to get bumped a lot.READ FULL REVIEW