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Pros: Easy to Setup, image quality is OK.
Cons: A bit difficult to focus. DC Power Cable could have been longer. I wanted to mount this over a doorway, using a standard wall outlet. I'll need to make a longer DC cable, but no big deal.
Other Thoughts: Remember to upgrade the firmware right away.
I had no problems using the included software to setup the camera. After removing the network port, camera signed onto WiFi automatically.
Unit is a bit bigger than I was expecting
This review is from: Microsoft Natural Ergonomic Keyboard 4000
Pros: I've owned several of these Keyboards, and the Comfort Curve 2000. This keyboard is more comfortable to use than the 2000.
I use one at work, and one at home on my XP and Linux computer split with a KVM. Never had a problem with that config.
I don't use the special keys, just as a keyboard. I don't like using "normal" keyboards anymore
Cons: Keyboard is a bit big. I did have one stop working with no warnings.
Other Thoughts: I would recommend this to anyone who has pains from using their computer. Keyboard also comes with a plastic insert to tilt the board back to a more "natural" position. I don't use mine, it didn't feel comfortable.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Netgear 3G Broadband Wireless Router MBR624GU
Pros: Easy to setup. It took no more than 20 minutes to take it out of the box and get it online. I am actually typing this review up right now via my laptop's WiFi connected to the MBR624GU using an AT&T Sierra Wireless 881U.
It supports a bunch of encryption methods - and what else can I say? It works for me! I may actually pick up a second one as a spare.
Cons: Placement of the USB jack is directly below the power input, which is below the WiFi antenna. It would be nice if there was more separation between the three so that I didn't have to angle my Air Card out at a 35deg angle.
Other Thoughts: Upgrade only to the North America version of the firmware. The "World Wide" version failed on my deviceREAD FULL REVIEW