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This review is from: DD-WRT Supported, Rosewill RNX-N150RTv2 - Wireless N150 Wi-Fi Router - IEEE 802.11 b/g/n, Up to 150 Mbps Data Rates, 5 dBi Fixed Antenna, WDS Bridge Connection, QoS and VPN Supported
Pros: Cheap. Apparently not *ALL* RNX-N150RT are supported by DD-WRT. Bought specifically because it was pretty cheap and advertized DD-WRT compatibility.
Read Cons for details.
Cons: Bought specifically because it was pretty cheap and advertized DD-WRT compatibility.
No DD-WRT Support. Read below for details.
The router I received had the following Stock Firmware installed.
Stock Firmware: 3.16.5 Build 131009 Rel.31578n
Hardware Version: RNX-N150RT V.2.000000
(Purchase Date: (08/13/2015))
When searched Router Database on DD-WRT website, I was able to find "Rosewill RNX-N150RT."
Steps I followed:
Downloaded both .BIN files and start with factory-to-ddwrt.bin. I get an error
The newest firmware on Rosewill's site is 3.12.17. This is a huge flub on Newegg's part as this device currently no longer supports DD-WRT.
(Review Date: (09/20/2015))
Apparently the newest version this product has been updated and is now on v2 hardware and the firmware version is so far beyond what was available what you can no longer load DD-WRT on it. I've spent the better part of a day and half and no one can help. So now I'm stuck with the junk stock firmware. Firmware version on the router I received was 3.16.5 build 131009 Rel.31578n. This should have been a nice simple upgrade but now I wish I hadn't wasted the money on this.
I am a long time shopper on NewEgg and I didn't expect such a huge flub on Newegg's part as this device currently no longer supports DD-WRT.
Pros: Very fast drive. Almost no vibration. Got it for $100
Cons: Died in less than 2 years. Ran 3 Hard drive programs and they all report hard drive bad. It also started making clicking noise since last 2 weeks.
Other Thoughts: I use this drive to store my media for my HTPC and you can only imagine what happends when your media drive failed :(READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Symantec Norton 360 2013 - 3 PCs
Pros: Since there are so many Pros that I could list but I'll make it short and sweet.
1.) Installation and Configuration interface is super easy for any user, from beginner to an expert.
2.)I update my Antivirus almost 2-5 times a day. Whenever I feel like it, just right click the icon in bottom right side and select " Update". It's super easy and keeps your computer safe.
3.) Has a lot of Virus Definition in its database, so even while surfing online, it will stop attacks from everything. For me it stopped attacks from something obvious like pop-ups to something more serious - steamclient.exe - which I had no idea was possible.
4.) Last but not least, the Automatic Online Backup is the best thing. I already have Acronis taking backups everyday at 11:00pm, but now Norton takes backups as well. So I am not worried a bit about my new computer.
Thank You very much Norton and keep up the good work.
Cons: None. Been using it since 5 years.
Other Thoughts: Will definitely recommended to anyone who wants peace of mind while using computer on a daily basis.READ FULL REVIEW
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