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Pros: The price was right. I needed a quick resolution in the absence of my work headset.
Cons: Mic cord got ripped at the base. I had to tape it up. Sometimes the ear buds would pop off when I put the headset down on my desk. That's when I noticed the little wires. Thin as a human hair.
Other Thoughts: It looks like the wires are glued. The headphones fell from my desk onto the carpet floor. One of the ear buds popped off. The red wire was separated from whatever it was glued to. No sound in that ear.
Unable to RMA.
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Pros: It can be really cheap. It depends on where you buy it and when. It's got a bright light on it. It's cool looking for a while. You do not need a cd to setup. Just login to the router from a web browser.
I get great range on this router with both networks. 4 bars on 5ghz when I'm 50 feet from the router. The signal goes through 2 walls. My in-laws were picking up the 2.4ghz from the guest house about 200 feet away. wow.
Cons: 10/100m. The wifi pops after a while. 5ghz will just vanish. 2.4ghz will flicker. This can happen after a good 4-5 days of downloading stuff non-stop. The issue is resolved with a 10 second reset. For now. I can't figure a way to reset it from the admin page. First router I ever owned with no remote reboot function.
Other Thoughts: Picked one of these up at another website. The seller never confirmed the shipment. I got it for free. My last router was a E3000. It bricked after a month with ddwrt on it. That router lasted 3 years or so. Hopefully this one will last at least that long. I wouldn't spend more than 45 bucks on this.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Haier ESA408M 8,000 Cooling Capacity (BTU) Window Air Conditioner
Pros: Chills a 20x20 master bedroom. I can really feel the airflow. I want to turn it off after 15 minutes or so. It's so effective. Even on the lowest fan setting. That says a lot. I live in central Texas.
I barely hear the compressor. I don't want to give the impression that it's quiet. I have to turn the TV on now. Between the lack of noise, price, and effectiveness; I returned the 6k btu unit I bought previously.
Cons: The side panels leave something to be desired. They were hard to work with. I was expecting more range on the spread there. The width was actually less than my 6k unit (different manufacturer.)
The power of the blast knocks the dust off my ceiling fan. I need to dust.
Does not prep meatballs. Does not cold smoke a meat or cheese of your choosing.
Other Thoughts: Comparing to a 6k frigid from a major brick and mortar. I can really feel the difference. All I hear is airflow. It is impressive. This unit is so much quieter. I think something was wrong with the frigid. It had the ambient sounds of Bioshock.
I think you need to get up to the 10k's to get side panels that stretch for a wide window. If your window seal is wide; I'd invest in after market side panels. My window is over four feet wide. These panels leave about a foot of open space. I have to fill the holes with weird, ineffective stuff.