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This review is from: ASUS RT-AC68W Dual-Band Wireless-AC1900 Gigabit Router
Pros: Longer Range than my previous router
Nice software which has a nice look and easy to navigate
Recognizable brand ASUS
Newer Bandwidths/Standards that will replace this
Other Thoughts: Though newer bandwidths are not necessary and also new standards such as AC 2***, it matters if you can have the technology compatiable with it as well. If all devices have just wireless N, there's no benefits in using AC except for the exceptional ranger which is a few feet more. This router has served it's purpose and I definitely like the fact I have some wireless coverage at my room than my previous router which was capable of wireless N. I have been able to get less problems such as dropped connection or I was able to troubleshoot it easier with the software of this router.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -Very bright blue backlight with blue backplate
-Nice design layout
Other Thoughts: I've never had a mechanical keyboard test prior to purchasing this keyboard. The feedback feels alot like my previous membrane keyboard with a clicky sound instead of a clacky sound. Many people who have never tried blue switches should at least hear how they sound before making the purchase since different people have different sound tolerance and sensitivity.
Many things such as the gold-plated USB, reroutable cable, function keys, firm rubber stoppers to hold the keyboard on place and NKRO over USB should come standard nowadays so they price is kind of debatable. When looking at the description of the keyboard you should know what you are buying such as the key switches and layout if it has any macro keys in which it doesn't (I'm aware of that but really do not prefer macro keys. I like this keyboard the way it is.)
The keyboard is very solid and is bright to my liking especially due to the blue backplate it has. The keyboard does not in fact look very generic it has some neat designs over above the number keys and around the keyboard.
At the moment I can't seem to work my NKRO over USB though I'm unsure why. For the price I believe that $110 doesn't really justify the price in my opinion, I believe it should be around $80-90 for it to be a killer bargain.
This review is from: Samsung 55" Class (54.6" Diag.) 1080p 120Hz LED HDTV UN55EH6000FXZA
Pros: Price and performance for nearly half the price
Cons: Not slim or real edge lid LED.
Other Thoughts: 120hz doesn't work with 60hz from my cable company. Basically what they broadcast is 60hz and it bottlenecks the 120hz. Also couldn't watch full 1080p as the reciever only had 1080i. -.-READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Eric W.
Date Joined: 11/26/11
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