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This review is from: Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n (MD031LL/A)
Pros: I've used quite a few of these in home, business and enterprise environments. The dual-band radios + guest network is great, and it's extremely easy to setup and configure. Connect drives for network connected storage, printers for wireless printing, or connect a USB hub for multiple devices. Apple's newly released Airport setup ups the value on Apple wireless networking products. You can setup and configure these products from an iPhone interface, and it even displays an effective networking dependency map to determine the root cause of any potential issues.
Cons: A bit expensive, but you get what you pay for.
Other Thoughts: The form factor is nice, and I prefer to wall mount these units. Airport Utility couldn't be easier to configure these units...READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Fujitsu ScanSnap N1800 Network Scanner (PA03609-B005)
Pros: Solid construction, bright LCD.
Cons: The unit was confirmed by Fujitsu customer support to be in an endless admin login cycle preventing the scanner from scanning. Fujitsu customer support also confirmed for me that all Fujitsu scanners come out of the box with outdated firmware. The Fujitsu Admin Software is required to update the firmware however it's not compatible on OS X.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Kingston 8GB DataTraveler SE9 USB 2.0 Flash Drive (DTSE9H/8GBZ)
Pros: The drives are fast, the size is great, and the construction quality is higher than any drive I've purchased. We're using quite a few of these as OS X 10.7 Installers in a corporate environment. They work with most labelers as well, so you can identify them easily.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW