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Pros: Replacement set works as advertised. This time I was smart and ran memtest on them before putting into production.
Cons: First pair was DOA. I should have tested before putting them in production. Instead, I found out when I started getting data corruption. First thing I did was test the RAM and one of the sticks was throwing memtest errors immediately. I had to restore from a backup due to data loss.
Other Thoughts: One of the sticks was bad on the first pair I got so I RMA'd and it took 12 days to get the replacement pair in. I thought the RMA process could have gone faster, especially considering the product was DOA. After years of building systems, this is the first time I've ever had new RAM be DOA. Kind of sours me on Crucial Ballistix.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Ubiquiti UAP – UniFi Indoor Wireless N300 Access Point/Bridge
Pros: Controller software is amazing once you get used to it.
really good range (one of these covers a 3000 sq ft two story house AND 1500 sq ft basement--3 levels total--and even reaches out to detached garage).
what you get for your money is outstanding
Cons: for those not used to the controller software, there is a steep learning curve and can put you off if you're expecting it to work like other access points.
Other Thoughts: There is no web interface to log into at this AP's IP address. Instead, how this works is you install the controller software on a PC. That interfaces with the AP and all the changes are made in the software, which pushes the config out to the AP. The controller software requires Java. The reason they do this is so you can control multiple APs from one interface. The controller software does not HAVE to be running for the AP to work. It just has to be running for you to make config changes or view statistics.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Corsair 128GB Voyager Slider USB 3.0 Flash Drive (CMFSL3B-128GB)
Pros: Lots of storage for the price
better than average performance. tested out at 95 MB/sec read and 60 MB/sec write.
Cons: the drive is fat, so you might have trouble plugging it into USB ports with low clearance. Also, you won't be able to use the next USB port when this is plugged in as the overhang will block adjacent ports.
Other Thoughts: I got this on sale for thirty bucks and it's an incredible value at that price.READ FULL REVIEW