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Pros: Decent, basic router that has gigabit ethernet.
Cons: Our family has a lot of wireless devices connecting to it- which may or may not cause problems when so many things are actively connected to the router at the same time or actively using it.
My brother and I have problems playing League of Legends (video game) at the same time. The router will majorly lag and disconnect/drop packets if we do, but be fine with low latency the rest of the time with basic web browsing.
The fact that it has 5Ghz band is kind of a joke, because it can only do one frequency or the other- and not both 2.4 and 5 Ghz at the same time. Most devices don't even support 5Ghz anyway.
I suspect the QoS feature is bare bones; I don't notice any difference when I individually set all network-connected devices in QoS.
Does not support IPv6
Other Thoughts: It "seems" like a decent router (at the time we got it). Nowadays, it's useless. Here's a tip- internet connectivity is so important nowadays, why not invest in a powerhouse router that will last?
At least Newegg discontinued this product so no one else will suffer.
Pros: Sounds AMAZING! Super portable and works optionally from 4 AA batteries, or an A/C outlet. Plugging the A/C outlet in will allow your phone to charge. It has a very elegant feature to automatically shut off when it's not in use (so it won't drain the batteries). The battery life is incredible!
Cons: The base, which is also the cover for the speakers is nice, but it's seemingly made of cardboard on the inside and can be worn down and make it flimsy. I'd be careful, it might snap in half, but haven't had a problem with it.
Other Thoughts: This is a useful tip- I've noticed that when running on batteries, if the batteries lose capacity (battery power is low) the speakers will still run, but you can notice that the bass is not as good. You can notice it when you switch to A/C power.
I like this feature; I remember most products would simply shut down when there's not enough battery power, but this one will keep running until it's all gone.
Pros: Does the job and does it right. The amount of light it emits is perfect to make my case glow nicely so I can show it off.
Acceptable amount of noise (I don't really know how loud other fans are, so I have nothing to compare to).
Cons: I wish it (among other case fans) would advertise the Amperage of the fan as it's another way to determine how much power the fan is receiving and therefore how much faster/more air is potentially being moved.
My previous case fans were .28 amps and these Rosewill fans are .18 amps
Other Thoughts: Don't let my con change your mind. This is a good case fan, the lighting on it is beautiful and it blows well.
The sleeved wires are a nice touch and edgy, and the length of the wires are at a good length without being obstructive.