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This review is from: TRENDnet TEG-S50G Unmanaged 5-Port Gigabit GREENnet Switch
Pros: It works, but what I got was ver. 1! ver. 1 has been discontinued by TrendNet.
Cons: Not what is pictured. seller (look up, not NEgg) shipped ver.1, that only has one row of LED's. Pictured is ver. 3 with three rows. FALSE ADVERTISING here. Buyer beware.
Other Thoughts: Took me too long to figure this out...:(READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Actiontec GT784WN-01 Wireless N DSL Modem Router
Pros: Easy installation
Cons: Here is a message I left with Actiontec:
"I consider myself to have techical computer savy. I am on my THIRD Actiontec GT784WN at home. The first stopped working within 30 days, so I was able to return it to Newegg for an exchange. I am staring at the second (the exchange from Newegg) now. It would lose both LAN and WAN connection after a total powerdown and reboot after a short time period (several minutes to several hours). The technician I spoke to said that he was not able to issue a return or repair authorization. I bought the third Actiontec GT784WN and installed it last night at home...I pray it still works!
Something is definitely wrong with a product that has this kind of failure rate.
One very disappointed customer.
Can someone issue a RMA? My email is email@example.com and a direct number at work is xxx-xxx-xxxx. I am betting that I don't hear from anyone...
Happy day to all..."
Other Thoughts: Finding a DSL modem, combined a router and with N wireless that is highly rated seems impossible.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy set-up
Cons: It failed after one week. Smells like burnt electronics and am shipping back to Newegg. I have had other Linksys products that worked without a hickup. This one was (like everything else today) made in China...go figure!
Other Thoughts: Linksys support keep me on hold forever, with a repeating recording suggesting that I got to their web site for assistance. Bummer!READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Rees B.
Date Joined: 11/11/01
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