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This review is from: TP-LINK RE200 AC750 Universal Wireless Dual Band Range Extender (Wall Plug)
Pros: If you have ((WPS)) button on your router it is as easy as pressing 2 buttons. If not a cd set up which seemed easy enough. Cheaper and easier than bridging a router. I had 1 bar of internet if i was lucky in my bedroom now I have 4-5 consistently. I don't give out 5 star ratings on anything unless it is amazing and/or does more than i expected. 4 eggs is my highest rating save a few things ever. Its about the size a big glad air freshener that can be used in outlet of your house or office.
Cons: So far no negatives. I have figured out how to band the 2.4 and 5 hz together yet for the faster signal. I bet that will just take an install of the information and adjusting some settings via there webpage, I haven't dabbled in that yet, but also i haven't had and limitations from it so far. Also I haven't tried to hard wire it yet. That I will do just not as family with macs network settings. again that will just take me looking it up.
Other Thoughts: So far so good, a neat little device that does what it says it does at a reasonable price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: JBL J56BT Bluetooth On-Ear Headphone - White
Pros: Wireless Bluetooth headphones. Sound quality is great, battery life is 10-14 hours as advertised. They are a little tight; I do have a large head as far as hat sizes. That being said the are "action fit." They are designed for runners and people who are being physically active, so that make a lot of sense. I was looking at other cheap (NO NAME) Bluetooth headphones and the start from 15-25 dollars. (CHEAPLY MADE) What i like about these is that they are a quality brand and they look really sturdy, the fold up nice. Keep in mind you get an arm band for excising. Just a heads up white one comes with L/XL armband black comes with S/M armband. They are pretty nice armbands (L/XL) they are tight enough that its stable yet doesn't leave your arm with those imprint marks. The On-ear style is a little different for me I generally go with over the ear but gave these a try anyway. They are definitely tight fitting. A couple things that make that okay, Really soft cups, they will loosing over their lifespan, designed for you to be active in them. From a pure retail competition stand point these would have been direct competitors of the Beats Solos (On-ear) or Bose (On-ear) Bluetooth headsets. MRSP 250-399. They can also be pluged in if the blutooth goes later at least you can still use them. Keep an eye on the cables they are proprietary to JBL. I bought these as a gift for my step sister who is 14 so she will have a smaller head and is at that age where she is very active.
Cons: Keep an eye on the cables they are proprietary to JBL or rare.
Other Thoughts: Suspend your disbelief, you get $180 dollar Bluetooth headsset and arm band for a fraction of its regular price, or you get a high end name brand set for a little more than generic break in a week set.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Fast before Christmas. What I needed and want for my iphone present
Cons: N/AREAD FULL REVIEW