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Pros: Easy to install - put it in an empty PCI slot, close the case and it works
Inexpensive - this is the lowest price card with an esata port that works as advertised
Great performance - it is fast. Transferred 60 GB in about 10 minutes
Other Thoughts: I was using a converter kit to use an internal sata for esata. I needed to add another internal sata device and so I was looking for an inexpensive esata PCI card. I bought one that kind of worked but was very slow, averaged to about 15 MB/s. I bought this Rosewill card in hope of better performance and it did better than I expected.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Price, fanless, excellent output quality
Cons: Card slightly too wide for the slot
Other Thoughts: Wish it has HDMI or components outputREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TEW-430APB Wireless G Access Point
Pros: Can't beat the price and it works as advertised.
Cons: Setup could be better and more user friendly.
Other Thoughts: I have setup wired and wireless network at my own house and my friends' places but would not say I am good at it.
The 4 options of setting the unit can be very confusing but this is not the fault of the unit. I noticed that many of the newer wireless devices have their default IP set to 192.168.1.X while older ones are 192.168.0.X. I have a wired device that can only work with 192.168.0.X. Hence, setting up this device was a challenge as I found out the hard way the default IP address issue. Once I overcame this problem, the rest was easy.
My suggestion is to find out the definition of each of the modes and which one you need before ever touching the unit. After I understood the problem, the manual then makes sense.