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This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WA901ND Wireless N300 Access Point, 300Mbps, Multifunction, Multiple SSID
Pros: Lots of features, QoS, SNMP, etc. good price. 4 out of 5 starts for range. 4 out of 5 stars for throughput. QSS.
Cons: I have the same issue as several other reviewers. After some time, the AP just locks up and must be reset/power cycled. I have installed all the updates, tried many different combinations of settings. I have taken it out of service as it is not reliable. Have had it in use for over a year. finally tired of resetting it.
Other Thoughts: If it didn't need a reboot every few days/week or so, 4 out of 5 stars. But it seems to be a common problem. This has been happening for over a year now. Thinking of trying DD-WRT to see if that fixes the locking up issue. It is supported on ver 1.x & 2.x.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech M705 Black 1 x Wheel USB RF Wireless Laser Marathon Mouse
Pros: The mouse wheel has 2 functions, one that has a click as you spin the wheel the other allows for very smooth scrolling. This mouse uses Logitech's unifying connection, so I was able to use my existing USB dongle to connect it to my computer. Weight is on par for a quality mouse. Range is excellent, works over 20 ft away. Logitech software allows you to re-task all of the buttons. So far this mouse has been able to handle some serious abuse. It has been dropped, liquid spills, left in the rain... Still works like new.
Cons: 6th button is not a great location, i have a firm grip and tend to accidentally press this button on occasion. Main buttons are not silent. Isn't reshape-able.. (wouldn't that be an awesome feature, to custom shape the mouse for your own hand.)
Other Thoughts: Solid mouse, very well built. I will pay good money for a good product. This mouse fits the bill. I am not one to hand out 5 stars easily. I am horribly picky when it comes to computer equipment. I own a computer store, and my stuff has to be the best. I would recommend this mouse so anyone looking for a premium mouse. Everyone I have sold one of these to has absolutely loved it and the scroll wheel...READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Garmin Nuvi 205W 4.3" GPS Navigation with Voice prompts
Pros: Bright and colorful display. Loud enough to hear over your music. Big screen, good battery life. Touch screen.
Cons: VOICE PROMPTS SUCK! The gps has a set list of things it knows how to say, so every word it knows is preprogrammed. It cannot say road names. I bought this a week before I got the droid, and I am switching to the GPS on the Droid. I have been driving down a straight street, and the GPS starts yelling at me recalculating and the street disappears?? also this thing is supposed to tell you the speed limit in your area. Load of *rap. Doesn't get it right on the freeways? is garmin doing their job? GPS: 55 ACTUAL: 65? Doesn't recalculate fast enough to make the next block.
Other Thoughts: Not impressed at all. I would rather use Google maps and print out a sheet and follow that. There are some cool features on this like automatically switching from day to night color scheme, but, that's not a functionality thing, so it doesn't really matter for the over all score. There is also an add on FM receiver that is $50 plus the device you choose.($50 subscription + $50 for the FM receiver) to receive the FM traffic signals. MSN Direct compatible? lol, MSN is no longer offering their services for traffic navigation. Buy a GPS with the FM tuner built in, Something more accurate, one with speech-to-text(you can talk to it), also full Text-to-speech(it can say anything), A lane by lane would be nice as well, but I've heard bad things about them as well. Just choose wisely!!READ FULL REVIEW