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Pros: Easy to install, good matte finish anti-glare, good smoothness of touch surface. Make sure you use the method where you expose only part of the protector, line it up, hold that end with your finger, and then roll out the rest. That reduces lint and dust the most. Have some tweasers or a razor and lift the corner near lint or dust, use a piece of tape to snag it, and then set it back down. I'm impressed with everything about the Aduro, almost as good as MediaDevil. Would definitely buy again. Also, these are great at being thin enough to fit under the lip of a case, especially a case that slides on like the Otterbox reflex series, without it curling or bubbling the screen protector as you slide the case on over it.
Cons: odd to have 3 fronts but only 2 backs. I guess I don't care about the backs as much since there's no screen?READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Relatively easy to install. Not as easy as MediaDevil, but better than Halo. I messed up the first protector. But, these are somewhat forgiving. You can lift a corner to reposition or to snag a piece of dust with tape. If you do so carefully it's possible to not destroy the cling of that corner. I was not careful on the first one. The matte finish is great, anti-glare, doesn't ruin brightness or color, doesn't get fingerprints easily, and has a nice glide / smoothness to it. It's also thin enough it fits under the edge of my OtterBox reflex case without any trouble.
Cons: Not quite as forgiving as the MediaDevil brand when lifting a corner to reposition or tape a piece of lint. Would rather have the option not to have to buy the back protector since I'm using a case and won't need them. Not completely impervious to collecting fingerprint / oil, but still darn good at it.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Edimax EW-7438RPn V2 300Mbps Universal Wi-Fi Range Extender, Repeater, Wireless Bridge, Access Point, Wall Plug design, Smart LED Signal Indicator, Easy iQSetup by Smart Phone (No CD Required)
Pros: Easy setup, good directions, design (indicator lights & leaving space around socket)
Cons: Did not transmit internet
Other Thoughts: I could not ultimately get it to work. By WPS it connected to my AT&T 2-wire Gateway fine and the computer connected to it fine, but I could not actually get to the internet. By manual setup, again the extender connected to the computer and Gateway, but again no internet. I made sure the Gateway channel being broadcast matched the channel specified in IQ Setup. Signal strength on the extender was solid orange and to the computer was ~80%, which is very good because I could navigate to the extender quickly and it performed it's function test successfully very quickly. I updated its firmware to .16. I searched the Edimax website and the on-disc manual and the Newegg comments. All the network passwords were correct. All the DHCP settings are automatic. IP address of the extender noted in Gateway matches the IP address noted in my computer's wireless dongle's status window. Nothing fixed it so I'm giving up. So many reviews here say they had it up and working in 5 minutes. So comparatively I've spent way too much time trying to get this thing to work. My guess is there's some single setting buried deep in Windows, or the Gateway, or something.READ FULL REVIEW