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This review is from: D-Link DIR-515 Wireless N 300 Router IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11n/g
Pros: I know you want to. It's twenty bucks. Don't do it. Think about the future. Think about the children. Do you want to hear them saying "Dad the internet isn't working" every few hours? You don't want that. Do you want to be the one walking them through rebooting the router over the phone because Ninjago isn't working on the iPad? Don't do it.
Cons: I see your mind. You want to buy it. You want to believe everyone else is just a victim of pebkac. You want to believe that no reputable company would knowingly sell a device that clearly has fundamental issues. You are wrong. Turn back now.
Other Thoughts: I was once like you.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SCEPTRE 46" 1080p LCD HDTV X46BV-1080p
Pros: I have had this tv for almost a year now (bought in october of '08). The picture quality is great, and I run the sound through a home theater system (as should everyone). I've got a ps3 and a pc hooked up to it using hdmi. 1080p is awesome. I have 0 complaints. So the remote is a little off, but I don't really use it since there's no need.
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Pros: I'm writing this review from my eee. It is an awesome little machine. I had starcraft running under wine within 24 hours of receiving it. Right now I am streaming videos from launch.yahoo.com in a hotel on a wireless connection while writing this. I love the functionality. I have installed vpnc and gnome-terminal after adding a debian repository to apt. I have everything I need to do work, it plays music and all my videos with no problem, and it runs games.
Cons: No complaints, it's great. I should mention that I find the remarks by other people amusing. "the screen is small" um duh?
"the keyboard is tiny" once again, duh. "only 4 gigs of space" what is your point? "i don't like linux" then why would you buy the one that runs linux? they sell these things with windows on them too.
Other Thoughts: Thanks Asus for another quality product. It's surprisingly rare to find new technology that truly does what you need.READ FULL REVIEW