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Pros: Nice design, easily mounted
Cons: The colors are terrible. They skew heavily to the blues, leaving images looking sharp but washed out.
NOT a good monitor for photography, photo-editing, or any precise image work!
Other Thoughts: I'm buying something other than ASUS to replace this.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Small size, can bend and rotate to adjust the angle.
Cons: Does not have label saying which side is front--see other review for info.
Trying to use in an apartment, to aim the signal through a bathroom (metal in walls) and a refrigerator.
Used a program to measure signal strength in the living room.
Spent 30 minutes adjusting angle & direction, relative angle & location of the router's other antenna, switching antenna ports, and repositioning the router itself. Provides 10% less signal than stock antenna. Has occasional signal drops that stock antenna does not.
Other Thoughts: The antenna can bend and rotate, but not enough. You may have to reposition your router.
I wish I tried this out during the 30 day return period. Now I can't return or exchange it.
Pros: Native driver support in Windows and Linux. Works immediately.
Includes a bootable WEP and WPA cracking CD.
Cons: Does not work well.
The internal wifi card in my laptop detects 23 nearby wifi networks. The N9000 detects 8.
It fails as a "long range" adapter.
Other Thoughts: Tested in Linux Mint and Win7.
Changed iwconfig power save: off in Linux. Didn't make a difference.
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