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This review is from: HP DC7100 Desktop PC Pentium 4 2.8GHz 2GB 40GB HDD Windows 7 Home Premium 32-Bit
Pros: I know these systems well. quite the lab mule, small server, workstation [add GPU of choice], etc. Really well made, nice size. I prefer now the later models for the chipset/processor etc but frankly the later mechanical design is not quite as bombproof as these older ones. in my experience quality control at HP was tight at this point in their life
Cons: old tech at this point.
Other Thoughts: only costs a few more bucks to get the Core 2's or laterREAD FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N150RTv2.0 Wireless Home Router, Compatible with 802.11b/g/n, Up to 150Mbps Wireless Data Rates, 1x 5dBi Fixed Antennas, WDS Wireless Bridge Connection, QoS and VPN supported.
Pros: Bridging works. Decent range for the price. Never drops
Cons: really none at the price originally paid. if >30 bucks, pick something 300 speed.
Other Thoughts: I have this as a bridge to a csco E1200 which is ok but not the greatest thing to be trying to repeat, but the Rosewill gets it done. repeats, serves the cabled HTPC, BDP, HDTV, and ap mode works great. its been up for a long time with no degradation, no drops.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: As others note, good build quality, above average for this grade. Screen/display is good, not great but appropriate for the cost point. Snappy performance - would have loved to see 4.2 running on this hardware as it is a little faster overall. Touch interface is positive - no issues at all with touch tracking
Cons: I read a lot of reviews on this unit and its analogs and assumed that it was a "hit or miss" risk as bad ones get shipped out on a regular if infrequent basis. The unit I received has a defective micro-SD retention latch. It will not lock. Tried different micro cards to make sure it was not a card anomaly. the latch simply fails.
Other Thoughts: I hit the android forums a good bit. most of the third-tier tablets of this ilk are shoddy. this one could be a winner although its mostly positive rep [see reviews on ammaazonn also] seems to be unique among AGPTek's other models. The whole segment needs some supplier emerge as the "Go To" for cost-effective generic 'droid tablets. No winner yet appears.READ FULL REVIEW