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Pros: Well thought-out web interface, great VLAN and MSTP support, good set of management interfaces.
Other Thoughts: I bought this to use in the basement to provide fast wired networking to our first floor. It works even better than expected. Set up to allow raw Internet, DMZ, and internal network access by port. Includes RADIUS and 802.1X for port security, and SNMP+RMON for monitoring. Great for price!READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Logitech Harmony 510 Advanced Universal Remote Control
Pros: I bought this as a replacement for a Harmony 520 that had finally worn out. The price was right, and not having to reprogram everything that I'd gotten working and then retrain the users are big bonuses.
Cons: There are some downsides to these remotes. The buttons do seem to wear out after five years or so of continuous use. The programming mechanism requires a web-based tool, so you don't get to "own" the programming directly. But as an inexpensive universal remote with flexible programming features, they're hard to beat.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: I have one of these attached via FireWire to an iMac, and I use it for the Mac's TimeMachine automatic back-up system. It works well and is substantially faster and quieter than the old 250GB external drive it replaced.
Cons: External drives aren't terribly fast as a rule, but this one certainly does the job.READ FULL REVIEW