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This review is from: ASUS RT-N10P Wireless N150 Router IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Pros: Supports Tomato, 300N speeds. Router is overall a good upgrade from a 54G network. It has great speed and is easily upgraded to Tomato firmware for open source fun.
Cons: Single antenna, limited range. Stock firmware is cumbersome and just plain annoying.
Other Thoughts: The connection detection applet in the stock firmware is hard to get used to. Do yourself a favor and upgrade to an open source firmware asap and save yourself the headache of the stock firmware.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great Cable modem for the money. This Cable modem has performed flawlessly and I get my rated speeds through this thing. I currently have Comcast and am getting 50Mbps with this thing. I have it hooked up to my router and everything is great. Would definitely recommend this to anyone who has Comcast to avoid the modem fee they want to charge you.
Cons: The lack of mounting holes means this thing has to sit flat on the table/shelf I have it on.
Other Thoughts: Great modem, would be nice if they included some mounting holes so I could mount this thing on a wall.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: High speed, works great in my Galaxy Note 3. The card was immediately recognized in my USB card reader and I was able to copy the contents of my current card to this new one easily. I was able to get close to 20mb a sec over USB using this card and a reader.
Cons: Doesn't come with a plastic protective case to store it in when it's not in use. It's in my phone all the time regardless but would be nice to have something to store it in while it's not in use.
Other Thoughts: Good card, well worth the money. Time will tell if this lasts as long as my previous cards.READ FULL REVIEW