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Pros: Skirts make it a comfortable
Cons: Lasted 5 months, then pressing left button once registered double click. RMA process very poor -- received scuffed, used mouse wrapped in bubble wrap.
Other Thoughts: When it worked mouse was just OK. Felt like it was dragging until I added a couple of extra Teflon pads or feet.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Netgear WN3000RP Universal N300 Wi-Fi Range Extender IEEE 802.11b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u
Pros: Knocked an egg off since the 1st one had a bad switch, but the 2nd works fine. Good range & speed, WPS works well, does just what it's supposed to.
Cons: Settings are a bit sparse, but has what you really need. Won't work with my Galaxy Tab 2 7 if SSID broadcast is turned off -- our Cisco-Linksys router will.
Other Thoughts: Needed to manually set IP in the Samsung Tab -- extender assigned one too high that wouldn't work. Use MAC filtering on the router, & had to manually add both the MAC & the virtual MAC from the extender for all connected devices or they wouldn't connect to the Internet. After a while setting things up the GUI becomes unresponsive until a reboot.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Better colors -- wider color range or gamut than regular LCD monitors & pretty accurate. Designed to use with or without stand or base.
Cons: Base/stand problems. These cheaper e-IPS panels are not as good as the [much] more expensive, regular IPS monitors -- there is a difference.
Other Thoughts: Bought this locally because of the AOC brand so I could very easily return it, but was pleasantly surprised. I picked up some Ikea Besta aluminum legs, attached to a shelf, & got rid of the leaning stand -- works & looks great.READ FULL REVIEW