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Pros: Easy to setup using the classic firmware. Good wireless coverage.
Cons: Constant reboots and resets to fix lag and packet drops.
No update to the classic firmware since March 2012 after a promise from the Manufacturer to support and update it. Pushes you to move to their cloud based unsecure management instead of a local management solution. Basic features for firewall, parental control with no real way to see who is connected to your wireless network. Weak Security. Should be priced below $100
Other Thoughts: Seems Cisco bought Linksys just to lower the quality, reliability and features for a quick penny only to sell it off to Belkin who will probably continue the decline. Recommend looking elsewhere.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Great price when I purchased it a year ago.
Low latency while running at 2133.
Placed it into a BIOSTAR TZ77XE4 and set it up to the listed spec. Worked great along with my overclocked 3770K
Cons: The Blue spreaders against the red BIOSTAR board isn't the best looking but no one ever really see's it anyways.
Other Thoughts: Not a con for this product but G.Skill (and others)need to lower the amount of Memory models they sell with the same specs. Very confusing and leads to a role of the dice when picking memory for a motherboard. Sniper, Ripjaws X, Z etc... series are usually identical.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: USB 3.0 along with built in drive cloning. Easy mounting of disk drives with a decent length of USB cabling included. When it worked, it was fast and cloning was easy.
Cons: failed after 6 months and only a couple of uses. Both bays will not keep connected to disk drives. Drives reset and disappear from windows only to come back again leading to a format request. Website does really have support options. Should have stuck with the name brand and not a china import by a company that didn't bother changing the OEM's logo.READ FULL REVIEW