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This review is from: MOTOROLA SB6141 SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 Cable Modem 10/100/1000Base-T Ethernet (RJ-45)
Pros: VERY reliable!
Super FAST speed!
Super easy setup with Comcast.
Cons: BRIGHT LED lights. WAY TOO bright!
You'll have to put something in fron of it (that doesn't reflect much light either).
Other Thoughts: No need to write a long winded review on this product.
I used (rented) comcast modems for 8 years (yea, dumb move), and regularly had to reboot them (at least once per month, because they would just stop working.
Got this 8 months ago and have yet to have to reboot this modem ONCE since have owned this.
My bandwidth is supposed to be 12Mbps. I regularly download at a sustained 3.8-3.5 MB/s (~30Mbps).
I downloaded a 15GB game from Steam yesterday in about 1.5 hours.
My setup with super easy with comcast. I basically powered all my old gear down. Hooked the new modem up and powered everything back up. Sit there and watched it do its thing... all by itself... and after a couple of minutes, was back online.
It activated automatically.
You may or may not have to call your provider. We had to call comcast when we installed one at my mother-in-laws house. Only took them a couple of minutes.
No hassle at all.
Buy this. It's a great product.
This review is from: Rosewill RKV-2DVI KVM
Pros: STILL BRAND NEW!! After two years!!!!
Cons: Can't seem to get myself to use this thing.
Other Thoughts: I've owned this item for more than 2 years, and still haven't taken it out of the box.
How cool is that? Awesome.
Pros: HIGHLY reliable drives... compared to the other brands.
Cons: Maybe not as fast as some other brands... but speed is the last thing you want to worry about with an SSD.
Reliability is KING and this drive is proven.
Other Thoughts: I have owned 5 Intel drives from 2 to 5 years now (this one for 3 years) and ALL of them have been perfect.
Just had a crucial die on me after 2 years.
The most important factor in buying an SSD is reliability.
You can sleep well knowing your computer is running one of these.
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