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This review is from: AZIO KB505U Black USB Wired Standard Large Print 3 Color Backlit Keyboard
Pros: It's a basic keyboard with a few extra buttons for volume control, opening up convenient programs (like calculator), and pausing media players. The backlit keys and large print are a nice touch.
Other Thoughts: I bought this for my mother for Christmas to replace her other keyboard with faltering volume control buttons. Unintentionally, she thought it was a joke that I bought this keyboard because the letters were big to make it easier for her eyesight and age. She hadn't seen anything like it before (even I haven't). I've only used stock keyboards. At the time, this was the only reasonably priced keyboard with the features I was looking for that also had decent reviews. I wasn't looking for something fancy. Just something with volume control. This option worked the best.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It works fine. It's no wireless router but for wired, it works. Had it for years without problems.
Other Thoughts: I have BEFSR41 V3.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Linksys WRT54G Wireless-G Broadband Router IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g
Pros: I've had this router for years with no issues what-so-ever. It's great for home use. I used to use it with my AT&T modem. Now I use it within a very close range for my 3DS, Wii, and Wii U by disabling the DHCP server for this router so it will be a "slave" to my Comcast modem/router. The Comcast modem's signal is significantly weakened when it reaches my gaming devices. I wired the WRT54G properly to the Comcast modem.
Cons: I don't know how to use this router to extend the signal range of my Comcast modem, which means two SSIDs are broadcasting; Comcast and the WRT54G. I don't care because the mode I have it in isn't broken. Why fix what isn't broken?
Other Thoughts: I own version 8 of this WRT54G.READ FULL REVIEW