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Pros: Low moisture level, non-acid, very high white level, it doesn't stick to other sheets, inks didn't bleed, colors appear vivid, paper surface is very smooth but not glossy, it has consistent uniform thickness, edges are sharp and well cut without any noticeable flailing on them.
Cons: Big box, very heavy and it takes a lot of storage space. Improper moving of opened box or reams may cause it to break apart.
Other Thoughts: None of the cons should make the actual product perform bad. There should be a concern if proper handling and storage aren't maintained because this type of paper is easy to ruin.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: D-Link DGS-1016A 16-Port Gigabit Switch
Pros: It's a 16 port unmanaged gigabyte switch that isn't a rack mount.
Cons: Bad design for a desktop item. The design is made in a deliberate slop of about 35 degrees. I'm all for fancy but when the device needs to stack other equipment it shouldn't be angled so it needs it's own space.
Other Thoughts: Listen up networking professionals who design networking equipment. The devices should be about utility > looks. In this case this device was made for a desktop environment not a rack mount. The ports are on the back. This is why I bought this switch. These should be designed to stack other routers above them.
I had to use Sugaru (TM) to make standoffs for my Linksys WRT54GL where the LS 16/100 desktop switch stacked natively.