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Pros: If you have an older system with a PCI slot, this is the card you want. Works fine in a mixed mode household with the 2.5 b/g/n assigned to the Nitendo DS units and 5 assigned for the PC's.
Cons: PCI limits the throughput of this card to 802.11b speeds - It's on a 15Mb connection and can max out, so it wont slow most folks down but questional at higher speeds. Only other thing is the tripple antenas on the card.
Other Thoughts: Very happy with this as it's been solid compared the the USB dongle it replaced. The other factor that makes this a useful purchase is the Open Source Support (Linux/FreeBSD) as the drivers are readily available - Makes it far more flexibile then most others.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Supports the E3 V3 Xeons out of the box - has plenty of USB connections. Very nice feature set - Can restore/upgrade the bios/uefi firmware without a CPU installed using the Green USB port and the flashback button. WiFi works quite well along with the bluetooth
Cons: Bluetooth support stinks in Win7 - should have no problems with anything bluetooth such as keyboards, mice, headphones but without drivers (MS get your act together) they're useless.
Other Thoughts: Had to replace the previous board due to dropping a CPU and borking the socket (not covered under warranty). Just had the anti-surge feature kick in due to wiggling the power cord (PSU Surge protection). Worked find though Windows wasn't happy due to the sudden shutdown. Have to chase my cat from the room :>READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RK-9000BL - Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Black Switches
Pros: Solid - heavy enough to use in a Zombie Invasion (just don't forget my morning cuppa). Similar to an IBM Selectric, means I can actually type faster then one of those cheap so called Silent keyboards. Bog standard 104 key setup. Comes with both a USB and PS2 connections for older systems. Great if you have it and are USB port challenge as I am (Have 8 in the back and all in use).
Cons: Blue LED's. They annoy me
As others have said, poor mini-usb cable connection. Can be solved by replacing with a better cable.
Other Thoughts: Would have been better to hard wire the keyboard and simply include a PS2 to USB adapter though I will be getting another when they're on sale.READ FULL REVIEW