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This review is from: CISCO Aironet 700 Series AIR-CAP702I-A-K9 Internal Antenna Access Point
Pros: Works very well, pretty easy setup if you're familiar with cisco aironets and in general it's fairly intuitive but there's a LOT of options, so it may be somewhat confusing to the novice user...although usually novice users aren't setting up $400 access points..
Cons: I didn't realize this model required a controller, the AIR-SAP702I is the "standalone" - apparently the S in the model number is standalone, which can be configured without the controller.
I didn't have a controller so I returned it, NewEgg was very good about the return, the standalone model has performed very well.
This review is from: APC 3984-BL Blue Mouse pad
Pros: It's umm...the right size?
Cons: Everything else..it's a stiff cardboard feeling mousepad that won't lie flat on a desk, the edges want to curl up. The backing is just foam, not foam rubber so it doesn't grip a desk. The pad just slides around when you move the mouse.
I bought a 10 pack thinking I'd use them around the office/shop for users here and they are junk. I'm going to end up throwing them in the trash. I wish I could have seen them before buying...just a risk of buying online I guess.
AVOID THIS AT ALL COSTS - IT'S USELESS
Other Thoughts: APC is my absolute favorite brand for UPS bakups and surge protectors, they make great server racks, but they should stick to what they're good at. Mousepads are junk.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: IOGEAR GUH274 4-Port Hi-Speed USB 2.0 Hub
Pros: Looks nice
Cons: ONE INCH CABLE - You WILL need to buy a USB extension cable for this to be of any use to you at all. Yeah, if I looked close enough to the pictures I may have noticed...but what's the point of a hub if you can't plug it in. It's not even good for laptops as it requires an AC power source.READ FULL REVIEW