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Pros: Tablet works extremely well. It feels solid and durable, though I've avoiding testing that. It works great, connects to my WiFi and phones bluetooth reliably, and does almost everything I expected a tablet to do.
Cons: Tethering pretty much just flat out doesn't work. I went through all of the steps with an ASUS rep trying to get it to work, up to and including performing a factory reset on it twice. Looking at other resources online, apparently it's actually Google at fault because with the most recent versions of Android OS, the tablet doesn't recognize having an internet connection unless it's WiFi. I wish the rep would have known this instead of making me perform multiple unnecessary resets.
Other Thoughts: I haven't really had any of the problems listed in the other reviews here. I have slight issues connecting to weak signals, but I can connect to my In-Laws router that they have in their basement, even when I'm on the top floor. I haven't tried testing out the GPS, as my phone works perfectly fine for that, and as mentioned before, the tablet will not read tethering.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy, simple setup, works with no problems.
Cons: Only drawback is that, for whatever reason, Rosewill dow not allow you to change the default 'admin' username for accessing the router setup page.
This seems like a serious security flaw, as if anyone is able to access my network, they have already guessed half the login information needed to login to the setup. This seems like a fairly foolish restriction - why require a username at all if it is always going to be the default 'admin' for every Rosewill router ever made?
This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N250UBE (RNWD-11006) Wireless Adapter IEEE 802.11b/g/n USB 2.0 2T2R / 2x 5 dBi External Antenna / Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates 64/128-bit WEP (Hex & ASCII), WPA/WPA2, WPA(TKIP with IEEE 802.1x)/WPA2(AES with IEEE 802.1x)
Pros: I can pick up every wireless signal in my apartment complex with 5 bars on most. I went from a 300 kB/s data rate on my laptops built in wireless to a 2-3 MB data rate with this. It's completely plug and play on Windows 7, I just plugged it in and I got a "Wireless Network Connection 2" list on my Network and Sharing center, no need to even touch the included software disk.
Cons: None as of yet.
Other Thoughts: The base for the USB extension cord is nice and all, but it would be better if I could Connect it so that it's laying flat, it's easily knocked over as it is. For the time being, I will just use a standard USB extension cable.READ FULL REVIEW