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Pros: Dual Band
Cons: Not free?
Other Thoughts: I bought a relatively high end Dell laptop for work, i7 CPU, 16gb ram, etc., and was thoroughly disappointed that I was getting less than stellar wifi performance on my home N network. Figured out it was because it was not making full use of the bandwidth as it had the single band version of this card installed.
I was very happy to find a dual band version of the same card that I could just pop in.
Pros: Apply very easily and protect the screen.
Cheaper than the Zagg protectors I use on my iphone.
Cons: They weren't free? LOL
Other Thoughts: My Fuji XP70 I just bought went on one float trip before I bought the screen protector and the screen ended up looking completely hosed. What ever coating Fuji uses on the screen is not adequate in the least. Screen was completely cloudy even after a thorough cleaning.
I thought I'd be stuck with a cloudy screen forever, but I applied this screen protector and it looks almost new again.
Pros: With all the power adapters we use these days, 1-foot extension cords are almost a must.
Inexpensive and lifetime warranty.
Arrived very quickly.
Cons: 10 amp, states that in the description, but still a con.
Other Thoughts: With the guage and type of wire used, I am not sure how these are not rated at least 15 amps.
Personally, I doubt I'll plug more than about 2-3 amps in any of them, but since most household outlets are 15 amp, you'd think they'd go ahead and rate them for that so they are protected by the circuit breaker.