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This review is from: Corsair Vengeance Series C70 Arctic White Steel ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Ample cooling, drive LED, 3.5mm HD headphone/microphone jacks, LED-lit power button, dual USB 3 jacks, reset button on front panel (with a spring-loaded lift-up transparent cover for the reset button so you don't bump it accidentally), handles for carrying, easy-on/off side panels, cable routing behind the mainboard, fan screens (3) removable for cleaning, window, lots of room, all-steel exterior, tool-free drive bays. Comes with three pre-installed fans and screws for adding many additional fans and for fully-securing optical and 3.5" or 2.5" drives and video/etc. cards. All front panel buttons and jacks already routed behind where the mainboard goes. Large hole behind where the CPU attaches to the mainboard for easy swapping of CPUs and CPU heatsinks/fans. Space for power supply is at the bottom rear of the case. Awesome grip on the bottom rubber stands. The rubber stants are mounted on the bottom of steel "U" extensions and leave plenty of room for air intake.
Cons: Side panels have to be removed (very easy to do so) to remove the front panel in order to access the slide-out front fan screen (100% tool-free); that's less convenient than the two bottom slide-out screens, which can be slid out without removing anything.
Other Thoughts: This case is everything I could want in a case. However, one of the two fan mounts in the window is only available for use by a very thin fan after installing a VERY TALL CPU heatsink (Height above CPU surface =15.9cm).READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Netgear WNR3500L-100NAR Wireless-N Router RangeMax Opensource with USB
Pros: Externally attractive router! Physical on/off switch. Physical button toggles WiFi. Convenient browser interface makes setup easy; the software interface also contains features such as WiFi toggle and a schedule to enable WiFi at specified times and days of the week. Password-protect and prevent access to specified addresses or filter content via OpenDNS (implemented in firmware). Enable easy secure connections to WiFi for your guests/etc. with compatible hardware via the WPS button on front of router. A USB port on the rear face of the router can be used to enable access to the contents of flash drives/etc. with or without exposing your LAN.
Cons: None discovered yet.
Other Thoughts: All pros and cons based on my experience with the refurbished WNR3500Lv2 I was sent and am using now. I updated to the newest NETGEAR firmware and have not yet tested any alternative firmware options, nor have I yet tested the flash drive USB port or the WiFi connection beyond noting its presence in the lists of external devices when WiFi is enabled and absence in those lists when the router's WiFi is disabled.
My primary need was for a fast-enough wired interface available between my PC and the modem/wireless device on the roof which connects to the router by way of a Power Over Ethernet device inside. This router provides the available interface without delay (if it is turned on and given time to establish a connection prior to the OS' attempt to access the network) and the bootup sequence is smoother because the OS doesn't have to negotiate the connection before use.