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Pros: The reception on this chip is not bad, though I picked up more wireless routers with my Qualcomm Atheros AR9485 adapter than with this. I also got about 15-20% better signal strength. The one big advantage to the Intel adapter is that the software that supports it is much better written. If only the engineering would catch up.
Cons: Could have a bit better signal strength. Still very good, not enough to take and entire egg off, if only we could take 1/2 eggs off.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cable works great. Medium thickness cord, I did worry about proper shielding with this cable but works fine with no cross talk. Nice and long, no problems with it at all. Works great for hooking my laptop into my TV so I can type from my couch and use my TV as a monitor.
Cons: None. Works great.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It is a cable and works like it is supposed to. No problems at all. This cable is a bit stiff, but it is quality shielded cable so what do you expect. Don't expect to tie this into a knot. Bends enough to go from my NUC that is mounted on the back of my monitor to the Monitor input with no problem.
Cons: None. May be a bit stiff for your use.READ FULL REVIEW