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Pros: - Great wireless speeds
- Easy setup
Cons: - Firmware update doesn't work with chromecast
Other Thoughts: Replaced a Linksys E1200. This router was cheap, seems very reliable, and has almost doubled my wireless speeds from my old router. The three antennas keep a robust signal in my apartment building with little to no interference.
One egg off since the newest firmware doesn't work with chromecast, but keep 3.14.5 and you'll be fine.
Pros: - Easy setup
- Faster peak speeds compared to wireless-G
- Lots of configurations
Cons: - Chromecast issues
Other Thoughts: My Linksys E1200 died and needed a replacement. Decent reviews, wireless-N, and cheap were my criteria. Everything worked well, but firmware update (3.15.9) will cause loss of chromecase support on V2 routers. Stick to 3.14.5READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro 13.3" Multimode Laptop with Intel Core i5-4200U 1.6Ghz (2.6Ghz Turbo), 4GB DDR3L RAM, 128GB SSD, WQXGA+ QHD+ 3200x1800 IPS 10 Point Multi Touch Display, 360 Degrees Hinge
Pros: - Thin and Light chassis
- Touch screen
- Fast processor
- Foldable to fit any need
- Amazing resolution!
Cons: - Keyboard layout
- Screen and trackpad can delay on inputs
Other Thoughts: This ultrabook is hard to beat. It comes with a 4th gen Intel processor, QHD screen, updated integrated graphics, a small, lightweight form factor, very sturdy build quality, all in package that prices for 30% less than the competition. My two cons are the keyboard, which has a slightly different layout from my previous laptop, so that will take some getting used to. Second, sometimes gestures on the touch screen and track pad can take 2-3 tries before the proper action is performed. Minimal bloatware makes for a fast and enjoyable experience right out of the box. Overall, I'm very happy with my purchase.READ FULL REVIEW
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