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This review is from: Corsair CSSD-BRKT2 Dual SSD Mounting Bracket
Pros: Great solution for mounting up to 2x SSD drives into a 3.5-inch internal drive bay. Bracket fits my Samsung 750 EVO SSDs perfectly which are running in RAID 0. It comes with just the exact amount of mounting screws for 2 SSDs plus the bracket (12). No more, no less. Just don't forget to order the SATA III cables to go with your SSDs. Highly recommended.
Cons: Just a minor nitpick. It doesn't come with any instructions but you shouldn't need it since installation should easy to figure out for most people. Reviewers over at other sites have reported that you need to install this upside-down to fit into an iMac and a few other cases. Hope this saves someone some time and headaches.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech ClearChat Comfort USB Supra-aural Headset
Pros: Durable, clear, volume/mute control and long cord.
Other Thoughts: Exactly 3 years ago I bought a pair of these for myself just to use for Skype. In that time I can't count the number of times I've dropped it on a hardwood floor or rolled over the cord with my chair.
I also have a couple of bad habits. I constantly remove the USB plug off by yanking the cord and then sideways instead of straight out because of the way my USB ports are located relative to me. I also tend to play with the cord while chatting by twisting and twirling it. So my headset takes a lot of abuse.
After 3 long years my Logitech model# 981-000014 headset is as clear and functional as the day I bought it. I would say that is money well spent.
2 months ago my longtime Skype buddy's bargain-budget single-ear cordless headset gave out so I bought him a pair from Newegg on Black Friday. The difference now in clarity is like night and day. His voice is 10x clearer and I can even pickup background noises which could be a minus so I have to turn down the volume.
Pros: Very stable - after 1 month of 24/7 use it hasn't dropped WAN yet.
Has all the features I could ask for.
WAN covers every corner of my 4 bedroom house with stock antennas.
Cons: None yet. Hope this lasts.
Other Thoughts: First a word about Newegg. This unit arrived extremely fast (rush ordered) and VERY well wrapped with nary a blemish on the plastic wrap. Kudos to the egg!
I purposely delayed this review for one month since I've read enough reviews that getting a reliable and stable router seems like a crapshoot.
After a month of constant use it turns out I made the right choice.
I flashed the latest TP-Link firmware and so far it's been working out although my needs are small with only a wireless printer, a Nexus 7 tablet and one smartphone in the house.
If I start having issues then maybe I'll look to Gargoyle or DD-WRT but none so far.