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Easy to use
Cons: Not very strong (split down the middle)
Doesn't stay in the higher adjusted position, easily falls down.
Other Thoughts: It worked for awhile. It is sort of comfortable, but the 30 degree angle was a bit much but I liked the 5" height.
As others have said, it splits down the middle because it has no cross support. The whole foot rest part is made of fairly thin plastic. If it's cheap, get it and it should last you for a little bit. Mine cracked then over time the crack grew until it was all the way across and then unusable. I threw it in the recycling today.
This review is from: Changhong 50" 1080p LED HDTV - LED50YC2000UA
Pros: - Packaged well, easy to set up (other than screws).
- Lightweight, easy to use remote
- Good picture for this price range
- Delivery was 2 days from California to Washington State.
Cons: - Screws were difficult to get in, but not impossible.
-Limited settings and no internet access, but I guess that keeps the price down, which I am happy to see.
- Instructions are limited, however the full (real) instructions are online (they just don't mention that in the box)
Other Thoughts: For the money, this is a good TV. I own a 55" Panasonic plasma (best picture) a 55" Samsung LED (Good picture, but no plasma). Then this TV, which for the price range is good.
I have no complaints so far, I have only had it 2 days however. That being said, I see no reason why this shouldn't work for some time to come.
Don't let the brand name fool you, they likely make TV's for plenty of other brand names you know.
This review is from: ZyXEL NSA325 Diskless System 2-Bay Power Plus Media Server
Pros: - Small
- Decent Specs (compared to all the low speed CPU/RAM NAS)
Cons: - Instructions are extremely limited.
- Difficult to install HDD's due to lack of instruction.
Other Thoughts: If you get a continuous beeping when you install a HDD then follow these steps:
1. Remove all HDD and boot the NAS
2. You will now be able to find it on your network.
3. Set it up & upgrade the Firmware
4. Connect your HDD to your PC and go to your PC's Control Panel then select Administrative Tools, then Computer Management, then Storage.
5. Find the HDD you connected (for use in your NAS) and Right click on it. Then select New Simple Volume.
6. Follow the steps until it asks how much to allocate and divide that number by 2 (if using 3tb or greater).
7. Continue with the steps until it asks to format and select do not format now.
8. Do the same step if you created a separate volume by setting the allocated space.
9. You now have 1 or 2 (depending on your allocated space) volumes which are not formatted.
10. With your NAS running and you are logged in to it from your browser, insert the NAS drive(s).
11. Go to your PC and use the NAS Starter Utility to find and connect to your NAS. Now you should see the initialize button. Press it and follow the instructions.
12. If it seems to be frozen on one of the questions just close it and it will pop-up with the rest of the initialization.
13. Let it finish the initialization and allow zPilot to install if you wish.
14. On your PC browser control page (which you open for the top left of the NAS Starter Utility under the Configuration pull down) you should now see the drive installed as one volume.
15. Crazy, I know but none of this is listed in the instructions, it was all trial and error to get here.
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