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This review is from: LevelOne GSW-0807 Gigabit Switch
Pros: Inexpensive switch that will enable gigabit transfers.
It has key holes on the back for mounting with Pan Head screws,
Cons: I found my self powercylcing this switch once a month after the first year. Now I am cycling it every day. To bad I didn't get extended supportREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Vantec NexStar 2.5"/3.5" SATA to USB 2.0 & eSATA Hard Drive Dock -Model NST-D100SU
Pros: This is great for a tech work bench. I am using this over eSata. Data transfers are at native Sata speeds. I love this for working on a customers drive.
Cons: I didn;t work on my Dell Dimension e521 AMD, or my Dell Dimension 3100 Intel. This caused them to fail the POST.
Other Thoughts: I would suggest this for use at any tech bench. But be sure to use this with a retail mother board.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I was very happy using this with a directly connected keyboard and mouse. The internal pin header is very usful so you don't have to route a cable out of the case, into a USB port on the back. Like most cheap usb devices, they use a USB Host port instead of a USB device port. So you need a male to male usb cable if you want to use this with external USB ports.
Cons: Does not work with (syba) ConnectLAND KVM switch.
The keyboard with flash all Caps/Scroll/Num Lock lights. Non functional with this KVM.
This is the last product I will buy from this company.
Other Thoughts: Support from this company is dismal, I had to beg and plead with them to RMA this piece of c@ap. Once they finally offered and RMA, the newly exchanged item still refuses to work WITH THEIR OWN KVM switch!!. Terrible support, for awful products. DO NO BUY FROM THIS MANUFACTURER.
Money wasted. My wife bought this as gift for my "legacy Free" Dell . Last SYBA products I will ever buy. You would think their products are compatible. thanks for nothing.
Ext USB jack is a HOST port, not a Type B Device port. You must use a Type A to Type A cable. Found at most DollarTree stores as (an incorrectly marked cross-over) USB Cable.
Garbage Garbage Garbage. Also, I had to pay to ship this thing to for the RMA.
I i could give zero stars, i would have.!
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