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Pros: Extremely easy to setup, lots and lots and lots and lots of configuration options beyond just being a NAS. There are tons of plugins that do everything from being a webserver to an authentication server. All of it is quick and easy to use, and if you really want, you can log in to the shell and manually install whatever you want.
Cons: One of the drives I bought did not line up with one of the sata connectors in the back. I switched which drive was which slot, and that fixed it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Tenda P200 Powerline Mini Adapter Kit Up to 200Mbps
Pros: It works fantastically.
Very plug and play if connected correctly (ie. if you follow the directions and actually plug it directly into the wall).
Cons: Gets a little warm.
The odd shape disallows other plugs right next to it on a power strip, but since it works Vastly better not on a power strip, the odd shape is fine.
The "reset" button has three different functions depending on how long you depress it: 2-3 for find a device, 9-11 for disconnect, over 15 seconds for restore to factory defaults.
None of the cons beat out the awesomeness of it once it is set up, which is very easy to do.
Other Thoughts: The LAN light doesn't blink on data transfer, but rather the "device is connected to another device" light blinks. Seems odd.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sylvania SDVD1048 Portable DVD Player
Pros: Does everything you could want it to do: plays off of sd card, plays mp3s off cd, easy to use interface buttons.
Great price, included carrying case, and adapters wrap up the deal.
A definitely worthy buy.
Cons: It wasn't free? It's not a bluray player? Nothing worth not buying it over.
Other Thoughts: For me I use it as a stand-alone CD player for listening to books on tape mostly. The on-board speakers are loud and clear enough to be heard over the three fish tanks in the room I use it in.READ FULL REVIEW