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This review is from: BUFFALO AirStation HighPower N300 Gigabit Wireless Router - WZR-HP-G300NH
Pros: * huge # of TCP conns supported without complaint
* syslog logging works well
* excellent web-based management
* stable, have yet to reboot it except for config changes or firmware updates
Cons: * no way to import configuration from prior router (WHR-HP-G54)
Other Thoughts: I ran the WHR-HP-G54 for about 3-4 years prior to picking this unit up, and that router was fine except that bittorrent would constantly flood its TCP connection table and require occasional reboots. After trying a few cr?ppy alternatives (D-Link, Netgear junk) I saw that Buffalo finally started to sell routers in USA again, and I picked this one up.
This router is basically the WHR-HP-G54 plus -N and a honking huge amount of memory. I swapped out the old for this, all works perfectly now, job done.
Plus, DD-WRT support on this thing is official, no crypted firmwares and TFTP or JTAG nonsense. If they're supporting the project financially or technically, then doubleplusgood on Buffalo!
This review is from: Logitech Harmony One Advanced Remote Control
Pros: Controls everything I have
Nice bright touchscreen
Excellent button layout
Cons: Didn't map all the buttons from my 880
Other Thoughts: I got this unit to replace an 880 that couldn't seat in its cradle anymore (and had its screen broken when I tried to jam it on there). The Harmony upgrade process in software was super simple, though it lost all the custom button configurations for the screen since the screens were different.
The screen and button layout on this model are far superior to v880 except that the 880 had space for 8 functions on the screen vs 6 on this touchscreen. But the 880's screen is junk compared to this unit's much brighter and clearer one.
Pros: Light, solid-state, plugged in and it worked as expected
Cons: Rubber cover has hole for mini-USB connector, but it's not big enough for the included USB cable!
Other Thoughts: Either get a mini USB cable that can fit within the rubber cover, xacto-knife off the excess rubber, or remove the drive from the rubber. This is worth 1 point knocked off.READ FULL REVIEW