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This review is from: EVGA TEGRA NOTE 7 Tablet – 16GB Flash, 1GB RAM Quad Core NVIDIA Tegra 4
Pros: Way faster than any other tablets in price range.
Loads webpages fast and responsive screen.
Awesome stylus comes with it.
Awesome sound from speakers.
Cool magnetic back.
The units shape, size and weight is just right.
Cons: The camera facing the user is poor.
Other Thoughts: The camera facing the user is poor although the one on the back takes great pictures. This one is way faster than any other makes and models in the family's inventory. You can't go wrong with this one in the price range. Many of the "professional" reviewers from various websites and electronic pubs give this average ratings in everything except processor power. They always compare tablets like this to the scroogle nexus screen and exaggerate supposed flaws of competing tablets. I now realize that most of these reviews are totally biased after purchasing competing tablets. I refuse to be tied to a product that requires you to use a certain company for storage and access to media. The OS by default will try to share everything with one of the companies mentioned above so you will need to explore all those settings so you can turn them off.
I got it for my teen daughter and she loves it.
You can't go wrong with this tablet.
Pros: Extends strong and reliable signal
Access point mode works well also
Cons: Need networking knowledge to get it to work right.
Average person with little experience in router adjustments will struggle to get it working following the instructions provided.
Other Thoughts: It finds your router signal just fine, but you have to tell it to use that signal.
In my case I only have a wired network of PCs and only use the Wifi part of my router for small tablets and iPods.
I had to hook it up to one of my PCs with the provided Ethernet cable and get into its software that way. From there I was able to tell it to use my router signal.
It worked great as a access point.
I am using it as a repeater/range extender so I had to fumble with some of the other settings until I accomplished that. The device has to reboot after making any setting. I assume you can gain access to the device with a Wifi enabled laptop or PC but I didn't try it that way since I have neither.
Pros: Low latency, the design and the dual rank construction should allow this to work in almost any older PC or motherboard running with DDR3 ram, Kingston quality; runs just fine dual channel when paired up with another stick of the same ram (don't have to buy the "matched pair")
Low profile is nice for those trying to upgrade micro sized PCs made by the common manufacturers.
Cons: Just not fast for the newer PCs but that's not a con if you are buying this to gain more ram for older PCs/motherboards that run DDR3
Other Thoughts: This stuff should be able to get almost any older two slot DDR3 motherboard up to 8 megs.
I was running a set of 2X2 Kingston HyperX 1333 in my two slot ASUS P5G41T-M motherboard. The mobo automatically ran it at 1066. I tried the same ram 2X4 for a total of 8 meg for the W7 64bit OS but could not get the mobo to recognize the ram.
This 4 meg KVR1066D3N7 ram fixed my problem, it was recognized immediately and runs great in the optimum settings automatically with my set up.