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Pros: • easy to set up, I mean super easy. TP-Link has the best setup software of all the router manufacturers.
• Six antennas... YES, I said six antennas.
• sturdy design, high quality engineering. When you pick up this router, you know it has the goods, almost military grade. It looks like a ship from the Borg.
• Ability to disable bands, if you only want to only use the 5ghz mode. Ability to schedule wi-fi on and off at set schedule. No need to use proxy software like DD-WRT. Keep kids off internet when they should be sleeping.
The best thing about this router is you can change the power output from low, medium and high. This router at high is overkill for a small house.
We do not yet see the health effects of beaming wi-fi radiation 24/7 at full strength with humans in a 15 foot circumference. Better to be safe than sorry.
All in all, a ballistic looking router with solid performance. Throw as many devices at it with no worries of hiccups. Usb 3.0 port and ethernet connects at the back.
Cons: Wish it had a couple more ethernet ports.
Other Thoughts: cannot set it as an access point but it wasn't engineered for that. It loves to beam with intensity.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CM Storm Devastator - LED Gaming Keyboard and Mouse Combo Bundle (Red Edition)
Pros: good build at a value price. red illumination is about perfect for late night gaming. keys of keyboard have good response and touch. not super quiet, but the cheap knocking clack of budget keys.
mouse is great and looks cool at a value entry level price.
devastating good looks if you have a fatat1ty board.
Cons: edges on keyboard are a bit rough, needs slightly more finish, not sharp enough to cut
must adjust setting in bios to turn off mouse leds after pc is powered down.
Other Thoughts: would recommend and purchase another.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: OCZ has been synonymous with SSDs with HIGH failure rates and company mismanagement. I personally have had a catastrophe with their early gen SSD drives. The deathstars of the SSD universe. With toshiba's acquisition, this drive is except for the brad name, a wholeheartedly Toshiba drive.
- 19nm 128Gbit TLC NAND ram with write endurance up to JEDEC
- Graded best for lower end systems/budget boxes
- Stopgap drive to hold user for one year until next 3D nand technology finds cost foothold in consumer market
- Slow for an SSD. Inefficient.
Cons: Synthetic numbers are for show and more of a marketing gimmick. Medium performance numbers with higher than average floor.
Better for desktop systems than notebook. For an SSD, is a hungrier watt guzzler and heat producer.
Overpriced compared to Samsung drives.
Other Thoughts: Toshiba brings credibility to the OCZ namebrand with its implemention of TLC nand for cost benefit and higher sustain of higher end/elite ssd MLC.
It's basically a zebra with cheetah stripes. Finicky power users who like to maximize their tech spending dollars look elsewhere.