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User friendly while still having decent power user options.
Small and sleek design allows you to place it just about anywhere.
I've always been a fan of TP-Link for a wide amount of reasons. They are pretty regular with releasing a quality value product that is reliable and more often than not allows a way for power users to install a custom firmware if you fancy that sort of thing. Personally I've always found the standard UI to be snappy and easy to follow. They are also one of the few that don't release products with bloatware along side any software they may send with their product.
Cons: I had no issues or cons with the product. It met expectations and never dropped outside of extreme ranges (as you'd expect). Never had to reset the router (or any TP-Link product in recent memory).
Other Thoughts: In recent years, TP-Link has been my go to recommendation for my less tech savvy friends.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Flash Furniture Mid-Back Leather Office Chair with Nylon Arms - Black
Pros: Assembly is simple, instructions are provided, but not really necessary.
Material seems nice enough.
Movement is nice, you get about 30-40 degree of tilt back, mostly for those of us that tend to be kind of restless sitters. You can lock it of course so it doesn't have any tilt. Spinning is spinning of course, no squeaks.
Decent amount of height adjustment.
Cons: Locking the tilt on the chair makes the chair feel odd and rigid, also it adds noise to the chair if you try to lean back with the lock in place (the handle that you push in to lock it clacks and clanks as you attempt to lean back).
Armrest is pretty bad.
1. The nature of how it holds the back and bottom of the seat together and how it loops forward means sitting with your legs crossed or anything but straight forward, both feet on the floor, means there is VERY little room and makes sitting uncomfortable for long periods of time.
2. They are solid/hard and provide nothing but support, you won't be leaving your elbows on them for long before it becomes uncomfortable. If you are using them with your arms flat then they are fine and probably won't cause much fuss. (never seen anyone with their arms flat and relaxed on office armrests unless they are idle and not using a computer/writing/ect.)
Price was a huge problem when I was first looking at this, pricing was in the $200+ range for whatever reason. This is far from that sort of worth. Now it's sitting at a ~$90 pricetag, I managed to pick it up on sale for somewhere around ~$50 and it does what it needs to as a ~$50 chair. I believe anything more than $80 is probably too much to spend on this chair.
Other Thoughts: I don't really think I expected much out of this chair, I think it met expectations considering the huge price drop it had. I'm using it right now over the rocking/reclining lounge chair I had been using prior mostly just due to the height to reach my desk better and it forces a better posture out of me when I am sitting, however comfort-wise I prefer my old chair.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NETGEAR R8000-100NAS Nighthawk X6 AC3200 Tri-Band Gigabit Wireless Router
Pros: I want to start by expanding on my title, there are so many features that I'd be surprised if it didn't meet someone's needs.
The design is probably the best I've seen, and the lights can be turned off which is a huge plus if that sort of thing is a bother.
The speed and range doesn't disappoint. I've had to use repeaters in the past to get sufficient range before, this solves that for me and frees up some of the clutter around my house.
There are some good convenience buttons on this such as a power button (these are becoming a lot more common thankfully) and a button to turn wireless off without having to turn off the whole network or go into the web settings to turn it off.
Cons: The only con that could be said is possibly the size and price, what you pay for in price is certainly the best of the best though and I wouldn't consider that a negative.
Other Thoughts: The size is a concern for some though I'm sure. For me it wasn't an issue and won't be for anyone that uses shelving to hold all their network appliances. If you are planning to stick this on a desk or in a drawer then this probably is a tad too large. For those that would pay for this extreme of a router though, I would expect it to be given the optimal space and location it needs.READ FULL REVIEW