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This review is from: TP-LINK Archer T8E AC1750 Wireless Dual Band PCI Express Adapter IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11n, IEEE 802.11g, IEEE 802.11b PCI Express Up to 1.3Gbps Wireless Data Rates
Pros: TP-LINK's Support is absolutely amazing. I had received 2 DOA products and they shipped a new one to me next day and allowed me to cross ship.
Max output from this device came out to be 0.992 Gbps. 802.11ac support is amazing. Thanks to the small profile of this card, it did not get in the way of the graphics cards. A PCI Wireless Card that supports 5GHz band and 100$ is great.
Driver installation is quick on windows. The Linux "generic driver" only supports b/g/n.
Cons: I recieved this product for Eggxpert review and the first card had physical damage. I plugged in into my computer's pci slot anyways and (as I thought), it did NOT power up. I called TP-LINK and they cross-shipped another card. The second card was also DOA. I called them up again and they overnighted another card.
Other Thoughts: Sorry for the long wait on the review. I got 2 products that were DOA. Thanks to the support team, they overnighted both devices. It was a hinderance but TP-LINK sorted out all the issues. -2 for the DOA Sadly.
TP-LINK Support is 10/10.
This review is from: TP-LINK RE200 AC750 Universal Wireless Dual Band Range Extender (Wall Plug)
Pros: This is a device that "Just Works."
It is very easy to setup and configure.
Point by Point here is the pros:
> "Just Works"
> "Semi Long/Long Range"
> WPS Support
> Basic Security
> Easy to setup connections
> Ethernet port to make a non wireless device, "wireless".
> Put an Ethernet port anywhere where there is a power socket.
> Looks good and has good textured design to blend in with wall.
> Hardware reset button
> Ability to turn on and off LED's
> Fast mode (Actually works)
> Dual band
Cons: Cons are quite minimal but there is some things that need to be pointed out.
Sometimes the wifi will just cut out for a second or two. If the original wifi router cuts out then you will have troubles re-configuring the device. I would also like to see that you could use the Ethernet port to directly wire to the router turning it into a wireless access point. This would improve speeds and give another use for this.
Other Thoughts: This device will cost you about 6$ a year in electricity.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: * 4K "UHD" Screen
* SSD from Lite-ON has fast read/write
* External CD Burner/Reader
* Nice Quality Keyboard
* Gigabit Ethernet
* Good quality Feel
* Light up Keyboard (If you like that)
* UEFI Compatible
* Nice quality Speakers
* Alot of function buttons
* Full size keyboard
Cons: * Windows 8.1
This screen does NOT like yellow. The yellow is a mustard.
The screen is also locked down and wont go up to 60Hz.
Overall the screen kills it. High res but horrible color reproduction.
So far no other problems.
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