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Pros: Small , Compact, USB3
Cons: Died in less than 45 days, outside of the 30 days to get an RMA from Newegg, so I am fighting with the site over at Rosewill to get an RMA started for it.
Other Thoughts: When I first got it, burned ~10 DVD's no problem. Now it just makes coasters, still reads fine, but blows all burns writing the lead in, DVD, CD or BluerayREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Extremely nice piece of hardware. The ability to run DD-WRT or Tomato USB is great, and has a ton of features. I went from the dlink gamers lounge router to this, and it is by far a much better router. I am getting alot better connection speeds, and a little better range with same old clients. I got a couple of new fast 5ghz clients and they are amazingly fast over wifi. I see a very noticeable difference on the lan speed between my systems as well, so the faster built in switch is very noticeable.
Cons: getting the optware packages running out of the box is a little confusing, you have to jump through some hoops, but the added functionality is nice. I ended up dropping the stock rom and installed Shibby's Tomato USB, and am very pleased with its abilities.
Other Thoughts: One of the few routers that actually lives up to its claims. with the optware available I am able to use this as a true firewall and VPN target so I can securely connect to my home network from anywhere.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Very fast, hits the 500+ speeds that it claims. I have a pair of these striped in raid 0, and drive bench puts them over 1.02gb/s linear and ~800mb/s random, extremely pleased with these drives
Cons: price.. but when there isn't much available in this area.. you have to make due. it isn't overly expensive, but higher than comparable standard form factor SSD'sREAD FULL REVIEW