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Pros: Easy install, excellent frame rates, very smooth and stable. Performed better than I expected from reading online reviews. Tried a R7 250 then a R7 250X. The 250X was the better card (IMO).
Cons: A little pricey without rebate (I got it for $25 off and free shipping)
Other Thoughts: This card was an upgrade for an i7 casual gamer desktop PC which had an old stock HD4870 in it. Very noticeable improvement.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Easy set up, very reliable, solid connection speeds, very compact and mulit-functional. Multiple SSID's allow for several connection options. This unit has the best performance v. price you will find in a router / repeater / access point.
Cons: Smallish 2dbi antenna. They work well for what they are, but I added 7dbi antennas on the router.
Other Thoughts: I have one set up as my router and the other set up as a AP/Repeater. This set up works very well to cover my entire property with WiFi. Was ultra simple to set up and has never had to be reset.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router, 300Mbps, IP QoS, WPS Button
Pros: This is my 3rd personal TP-Link router and I have yet to be disappointed. While debating if I should upgrade from G to N a friend of mine bought a TL-WR841N. I set it up for them and was so impressed I bought one for myself too. It was a wise move and a worthy upgrade.
Cons: Comes with a short beige ethernet cable. A nice long black cable would have been nice (and probably wouldn't have gone the way of the trash can).
Other Thoughts: Are there better routers out there? Yes. Are there better routers out there for the money? Nope. Encore comes close, so does Rosewill, but for my money TP-Link is the way to go.READ FULL REVIEW