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Pros: Good range. Single dongle. Laged only 1 or 2 times
Cons: Most used letters on keys started wearing off. Battery usage.
Other Thoughts: The dongle sticks out. This I think gave the set a good range but I had the computer out and teenager brushed aginst computer and broke dongle. Mouse still worked but the keyboard died.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This adapter has ran almost 24/7 the last 17 months without problems. Has good speed. Not much else to say.
Cons: Needs to have something that says if it is the problem or not. (I wish)
Other Thoughts: 3 times I thought is was the problem to my tiny network and each time I was wrong. Everything else failed, cable modem, ISP provider and router. None of these were TP-Link products.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This little card has been run almost 24/7 for 6 months without a hitch.
Low cost with rebate.
It meets my needs (non gamer)
A decent amount of time to submit the rebate so you have time to test it before destroying the box and naking it unreturnable to Newegg.
Runs on Win XP 32 bit, 7 32 & 64 bit, Linux Mint 11 & 13 64 bit.
Cons: Little bit of a runaround for rebate but not bad.
Have to turn off on-card audio when not using the HDMI.
Other Thoughts: I have a fan directed at the Northbridge that gets the video card as well and a case with good airflow so I can't say anything about heat issues.
If you think your going to get a good gaming card for under $150 with rebates... Good Luck.
I haven't had the time to test the HDMI yet so I can't comment on it. (Yes, six months later.)
Display Name: Kenneth M.
Date Joined: 11/25/11
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