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This review is from: TRENDnet TE100-S80g Smart GREENnet Switch
Pros: Bought three of these over time. The switch performed well with decent throughput in a home network environment. One unit is still active on my network.
Cons: The units experienced a high failure rate. With two units operating one unit had an incorrect front display. Plug the cable into port 1, port 3 link would light up. The same for port 4,5,6. Port 7 & 8 showed up no where. Unit was removed and a spare unit put in its place. Spare power led would blink but not connect. No ports would light up with link or traffic. DOA
Other Thoughts: This unit has a good rating. I am satisfied with the performance of one unit. How did I end up with a 67% failure rate?READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Black Widow Twin Propeller 2-Ch. RC Helicopter w/ Sturdy Metal Frame & LED Lights
Pros: Charger and control console operate as they should. Has enough of power to hit the 7.5 ft ceiling in a hurry. Sturdy construction with flexible rotors keeps the model in tact if a crash occurs.
Cons: Charging port on the helicopter is a little tight. Can't seem to stabilize the rotation with the trim tabs.
Other Thoughts: Needs more room than a living room to work correctly. Chopped off a green fern. Oops! I never flew one of these before.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Compatible with other Cisco ASA products. Remote access is snappy and responsive even on a slower link. VPN IPsec tunnel comes up on the first try.
Cons: Reboot initiated from the console takes a long time. Can't seem to find online admin guide on cisco.com. Reboots unexpectedly when mods are made to the config.
Other Thoughts: I did a blind remote install which replaced a DI-824VUP. The hands on user at the other end had limited skills. Finding documentation was next to impossible. Used remote access software to the inside PC to change the remote access settings on the router. Once I was on the router remote access things went smoothly. Three pings of interesting traffic to the other side brought up the tunnel. With no wireless I find the RVS4000 a bit pricey at $150.READ FULL REVIEW