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Pros: It works, maybe has dc'd on me twice in the two years that I've hadit.
- Stays cool
Cons: - No usb storage options
- 150 wireless capped no dual signal just single.
- Not a true 'N' router, just has some of the features
- Ipad youtube streaming is ultra slow
- Andrioid phone VOIP calling drops constantly, the 150 just isnt enough.
Other Thoughts: Basically, I didn't buy this I got it loaned to me from Comcrap. I have the 30mbps down 6 mbps Blast option and I feel this router is basically wasting that speed.
I think I'll invest in either the new linksys that are dropping on the 9th of April an Asus.
These days if you have a wifi-enabled phone, and ipad, or laptop, or even if you just want to stream/game then you need dual-band wireless and gigabite connection.
This router is a thing of the past, even though it's well priced.
This review is from: Logitech QuickCam Pro 9000 2.0 M Effective Pixels USB 2.0 WebCam
Pros: I've owned this for 2 years. What can I say? I've used it many 20-30 times for skype/acting videos and youtube vidoes. It works and it works well. Video quaility is superb. It's the best of the best for webcams if you ask me.
Cons: The built in mic doesnt pic up sound too well but I could care less I don't use the built in one.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: - Fast, super fast
- Stays cool
- OC'ing Beast!
I'm a total noob when it comes to oc'ing but I paired this with an Asus mobo and it was easy. I have my processor running at 4.7ghz per core while never reaching more than 67c. I have a cheap cpu cooler and it does a charm.
Relatively cheap depending on where and when you buy it.
Other Thoughts: I'm a gamer, I wanted either this or the 2600k and heard the 2600k offers no benefits to this for gamers so I went with the 2500k. I have not been disappointed.
I play SWTOR on max settings, on a 24 inch 1920x1800 display. Meanwhile, at the same time, I have ventrilo open, temp reading software running (cpuz, hwmonitor, EVGA precision, logitech keyboard app, gigabyte mouse app, three webbrowser sessions going, and music playing off of itunes. And guess what? I didnt have a single hiccup.
This thing is flawless, I'm starting to wonder what I could do to make it choke. But who cares? I game and game well. The only thing that is bottlenecking my system right now is my 560 gtx ti videocard. But honestly I dont feel like spending over $200 for a card when my processor costs me only $180.