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This review is from: Samsung 46" Class 1080p 120Hz LED Smart TV - UN46F6300AFXZA
Pros: nice homogeneous illumination; no stripes or un-even brightness; quality picture; it's a smart TV so it will take a wireless USB keyboard and mouse, which I recommend if you want to surf the internet directly; it's very light; runs quite cool; automatic firmware update via the internet; easily setup on a wireless LAN; works great with my YAMAHA receiver and Comcast STB;
Cons: It did take a while in shipping. But, about a week isn't bad for something this large and with standard shipping. The manual says there's a for-made video camera as an accessory. But, I wish they'd included it for free with the TV. I mean how much could it cost?
Other Thoughts: It's not free! I wish it were telepathic. Too bad it can't find me dates. But, it can find me pizza!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: pretty small; pretty light; price is right; traditional black (or white); GB LAN (a key spec.); DOCSYS 3 (another key spec.); internal web based interface for client side management; approved by Comcast (and others I guess).Flow through ventilation for cool operation.
Cons: It's so light that stiff coax cables can push it over, but that's not worth the loss of an egg. The serial no. and MAC sticker on the bottom has positively microscopic printing. The serial number is astronomically long for some reason.
Other Thoughts: Replaces an older Surfboard 6120 that I was having problems with. It would be nice to have the MAC address and serial number printed at a scale that's readable without a microscope. You might want to read them at your leisure and write them down at a reasonable size and with some kind of digit grouping. The serial number is seriously way too long.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Nippon Labs 1.44MB External USB2.0 Floppy Drive Model USB-FLPY-DLOCK
Pros: USB 2; fairly well made; traditionally black; doesn't need external power; compact form factor; pretty light; priced about right
Cons: None really ... unless it blows up ... which it hasn't ...
Other Thoughts: it doesn't seem to support the old IBM high capacity (2.1MB) format. But that's not a con really. It's not USB 3, but hey it's a floppy after all ... how fast can it be?READ FULL REVIEW