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This review is from: LG In-The-Ear Bluetooth Headset Bulk (HBM-520)
Pros: Easy to connect, great range, great sound quality, inexpensive, what's not to love? I liked it so much, I ordered another one.
After the initial mating of the BT, it mates automatically every time now. The first BT headsets I've had were so bad, I ended up throwing them away, This one, people have told me they didn't even know I was using a headset.
I'm also hard of hearing, but this headset is almost loud enough which is why I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 stars.
Cons: The power button is awkwardly placed so that it's easy to touch while adjusting the HS in the ear or the volume.
The volume could also be higher. As someone who is hard of hearing, I don't like to wear my hearing aids when I drive so it would help if the HS could be adjusted a little louder.
Other Thoughts: For $12.99 shipped, I LOVE it!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N180UB (1T2R) IEEE 802.11b/g/n USB 2.0 Wireless Adapter with Hardware WPS Button / Up to 300Mbps Download Data Rates / Support 64/128-bit WEP (Hex & ASCII), WPA/WPA2, WPA (TKIP with IEEE 802.1x)/WPA2(AES with IEEE 802.1x)
Pros: I bought this after I upgraded my wireless router from an old Airlink101 MIMO G (54 mbps) to a NETGEAR WNDR3300-100NAR Draft N with dd-WRT firmware.
The laptop I'm using was already connecting to the new router at 100~130 mbps and I was hoping to boost that speed a little more since the new router and the Rosewill are both rated at upto 300 mbps.
After install, the Rosewill utility said I was RX/TX at 130mbps/65mbps. In other words, pretty much the same speed.
Oh well, at $9.99 shipped, maybe I'll use it on the kids PC with a 11 mbps wireless.
Cons: Nothing yet.READ FULL REVIEW