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Pros: I have had it over a year now. I did not want to go wireless but it didn't make sense to run cable to certain rooms. Get a fast router with beamforming and thins thing will give you fast wifi speeds -- enough to max out good residential cable.
I'm in a challenging area for signal and this thing never drops either.
Cons: Cost. I just didn't have a choice though. ABout the same price as when I bought it a year ago.
Other Thoughts: Invest a good AC router, with beamforming.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Linksys EA6200 Dual Band AC900 Smart Wi-Fi Router
Pros: I'm using it as an access point, replacing an older N router. Now get AC wireless upstairs.
Cons: Refurbished. No brainer at the sale price though.
Other Thoughts: Range is the same as old (cisco) Linksys ea4200 it replaced. It's working great as basic AP for extending wireless coverage.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: MICROSOFT 36530 Xbox 360(R) Rechargeable Batteries, 2 pk
Pros: So much better than buying AA batteries. You may not get the 35-40 hours of use advertised but they do last a long time. Just as an example they last longer than the internal battery in a standard PS3 controller.
Cons: They take a while to fully charge up, so it's good to have extras on hand. You need the play and charge kit or a separate charger as only the batteries are included.
Other Thoughts: Heavy users will want to buy this. It's kind of ridiculous these don't come standard with the Xbox 360 console. AA batteries are antiquated and not an ideal solution for the wireless controller.READ FULL REVIEW