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This review is from: ZyXEL X650 Dual-Band Wireless AC1200 Gigabit Router
Pros: Dual Band WiFi with gigabit ports.
Cons: Only 4 LAN ports, awkward interface. Disappointing- failed to reset to defaults when reset button was pressed. Now a paperweight. Looking forward to the rarely needed NewEgg easy RMA. MCSE, MCP CCNA, Server+ and I can't get the frikkin thing to work.
Other Thoughts: I started using ZyXel ASDSL routers in 2003 and loved them. I was excited to find they had expanded their product line. When I bought their RAID NAS enclosure and it never worked I assumed that their networking products would still be great. They are not.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: The transmit frequency select is very precise- it even does "odd" decimal channels my car radio does not tune to.
Cons: The cabling is very weak as is the transmitter. The unit stopped working after three months use because the cables have come loose from the connectors. This is a result of normal driving and the iPhone sliding around on the car seat. The transmitter is very weak causing the need to hunt for an unused channel as you travel.
Other Thoughts: Spend a little extra for a hands-free unit that the phone mounts into or a unit with stronger cables.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fairly fast 12X BD-ROM
Cons: OEM = no software period. Call me silly, but I thought the expensive Drive ($69 on sale back then) would at least include a link to Blu-ray player software. It does not. It will read Blu-Ray data disks, but it will not play Blu-ray movies unless you spend another $50+ on software.
Other Thoughts: It is an OEM drive after all, but what good is it? CyberLink PowerDVD 13 Ultra costs $79!!! Yikes!READ FULL REVIEW