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Pros: Light and sleek. The 256 GB SSD is a decent size
Cons: One of the flakiest machine I have ever had. There are apparently problems with the bios that Asus is not openly acknowledging, but which manifest themselves by problems associated with the sleep function, i.e., after a while your laptop switches to the setup utility page and there is no way to leave it except through a hard reboot. That will get you out and you can log back in just to wait for the problem to reoccur.
In addition to the above problem, the power adapter just died on me, and the aluminium of the casing is so thin that it is easy to dent of scratch it on the slightest surface bump. When combined with lukewarm performance (in spite of the SSD), I don't think I will renew my experience with Asus.
Pros: Price was low for LED bulbs
Cons: Simply no quality control whatsoever. TWO out of the five lightbulbs were not in working conditions. This tells you that this company obviously does not know what quality control is about, and I am dreading that the lifetime of the other LED lightbulbs will be nowhere near what they advertise.
Sure, I could ask for a return, but the hassle of going through this mess for just two lightbulbs is simply not worth it, so I'll take the loss and hope that in the future Newegg will be a bit more diligent in selecting which company they invite into their marketplace. This definitely dented my trust in Newegg.
Other Thoughts: I hope that Newegg gets its act together and enforces more stringent quality control requirements on the companies it invites to participate in its marketplace.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy setup and strong performance.
Arrived on time and was a breeze to setup. We upgraded from an older Belkin router and the difference in performance was impressive.
I haven't tried all the bells and whistles that come with the router, nor have I really tested if the 5GHz band offers better performance, but so far it has been performing flawlessly.
Cons: None reallyREAD FULL REVIEW