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This review is from: NETGEAR WNR2020v2 Wireless N300 Wi-Fi Router with External Antennas
Pros: Inexpensive. I wish there was a router this good at this price 10+ years ago. Easy set up, good range, decent speed. Just a straight forward router that does what it is suppose to do. Great for someone just starting to learn about setting up and using a router. 2x 5dBi antennas.
Cons: Only a 1 year warranty. I know for the price who cares but only 1 year I always mention a 1 year warranty as a con. The antenna are not removable. Single-band 2.4 Ghz
Other Thoughts: I have no problem recommending this router. Good range, decent speed. Low price point.
Now there is no gigabit port, but if you are like most people your internet service is not fast enough to take advantage of gigabit speed.
This review is from: TRENDnet TEW-737HRE N300 High Power Easy-N-Range Extender
Pros: Easy to setup, if your router supports WPS. Most routers do.
Works with in the best way possible in that it's unnoticeable and you don't even notice it's presence after it's been installed. But it is boosting signal range from it's location.
I was still able to perform my media streaming after installation.
3 year warranty.
Cheaper and easier than the alternative of a wire to wireless access points. Or a dual channel extender.
Cons: Wireless speed is cut in half as with any wireless extender.
Reason for this is one radio channel so can not receive and send simultaneously.
Other Thoughts: This is a easy set up device. Can be used to bring internet access to a device that does not have a wireless interface. Can be configured with a different SSID if so desired. You do not have to use the WPS method if either your router does not support or you just don't trust using WPS for security reasons.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The price, the quality of sound. The fit. The play time. Easy pairing.
Pretty much everything.
Cons: Cons, I don't have any stinking cons.
Other Thoughts: Was reluctant to purchase these over head phone style. Because that was the only type I ever used. So when my headphone style pair died I used (for the first time ever) the ear buds that came with the phone. They worked very well. But I hated the cord.
When the battery is fully charged the red light goes off. I saw other reviews that said there was no indication of when fully charged.
Don't know how long they'll last but they work great.
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