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Pros: It's got a lot of landscape. It's bright. Haven't tried 3D yet. At least it doesn't interfere with the 5 Ghz wifi radio band.
Cons: This think generates a ton of radio frequency interference. I used to have my old monitor close to my wifi router and had no problems. This monitor created tons of interference and my 2.4 Ghz wifi band was completely disrupted and useless. It took me months to figure out what the source of the interference was. Don't place this monitor anywhere near a wifi router. I even tried a different wifi router and wifi adapters.
Other Thoughts: I am kinda shocked that it wasn't shielded better for what I paid for it.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It has parental controls, good security options. Decent range.
Cons: Wireless transmitter started to drop connections or not allow connections just before the 4 yr anniversary of ownership. I would expect a router to last longer than that. The 2.4 Ghz Band just stopped allowing wireless devices to connect (iTouch, iPhone). The firmware update feature to self-check for firmware updates never worked. I manually updated firmware and it didn't solve problem.
Other Thoughts: It really should have lasted longer than 3.9 yrs. I suggest you buy another brand. This will be the last Netgear product I purchase. I used to have a readynas by Netgear, it also started to age prematurely. Netgear makes products that are affordable initially, but if you are looking for total cost of ownership value, look somewhere else.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Foxconn G43MX-K LGA 775 Intel G43 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: Board worked initially.
Cons: Board died after a month. USB headers will go in and out, and motherboard is incredibly unstable.
Tried to get an RMA online, but their RMA service just 404's. Very classy. Spent a week with tech support convincing them that the problem *was not* a USB keyboard as I don't even own one. After finally getting them to admit it was potentially broken they asked me to foot the bill for shipping to them. If they find it to be broken they will send a new one, if they decide it is not defective or it is missing accesories I get to shell out a "service fee" that costs more than the motherboard itself.
Other Thoughts: Their service is atrocious. Their website is poorly translated and hard to navigate, much of it is either duplicated in multiple places or just plain doesn't work.READ FULL REVIEW