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This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N4PS IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wireless-N 2.0 Router (2T3R) Up to 300Mbps Data Rates/ WPA/WPA2 (AES, 64,128-WEP with shared-key authentication), WPS/ Power Saving Solution/ Hardware WPA button
Pros: I purchased this to replace my in-laws junk router from *spr*wal-mart & it exceeded my expectations considerably. For it's price on Newegg it is a bargain to be sure.
Cons: None really not for the price. The signal isn't as strong as some routers but not to bad I can get a clear signal about 25ft out side the house a bit.
Other Thoughts: This is a very good router if your looking for something cheap to upgrade to wireless N and more than you need unless you frequently stream 1080p videos or play online games outside your house or 2 floor above/below your router i guess.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This netbook does pretty much anything you need it to do in class or work and that is exactly what I use it for don't buy it thinking you will game or anything beyond basic flash. The HDMI port works just fine on a 1080p projector. As long as you don't try cloning displays or something.
Cons: It is a bit slow because of the 5400RPM HDD in it which is the bottle neck of most laptops because for some reason all the manufactures still use them. The ATOM's GPU is garbage but I knew that before I bought it.
Other Thoughts: I recently replaced the generic junk HDD with a Vertex 4 SSD and it has turned this slugish little thing into a very snappy machine that makes people ask how expensive it was because it is loading office faster than there laptop. Anything that doesn't require much of a GPU works very well now.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It was easy to install and the drivers were installed neatly and easily. It played pretty much anything I threw at it all be it some of the newer games it had to play at lower settings.
Cons: After about 2 years maybe a little less it stopped working on me while playing Lords of the Realm 2 a very old game any GPU could handle. I tried the heat gun repair method that has worked on other cards for me in the past but had no luck this time.
Other Thoughts: If you need a cheap low profile & low energy use card this is not a bad option. Keep in mind when reading my review all computer hard ware dies at some point it might be DOA or it might take a decade but it all dies eventually so don't take it as EVGA built a poor card or something.READ FULL REVIEW