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This review is from: EnGenius ENS200 Long Range Wireless 11N Outdoor AP
Pros: Very easy configuration, the user menu is clearly laid out and very simple, provided you have a basic understanding of router setup and you make sure to click Save/Reload so your changes take effect.
Use these to bridge several IP cameras between two buildings that are 800ft apart, one set to AP the other to Client Bridge and with the power turned all the way down to 11dBm on both devices we get an excellent connection and Data rates at 65Mbps.
Have been using this setup for over a year with no hick-ups or problems.
The ENS200's are small and easy to place, their design and neutral color make them inconspicuous.
Instructions state to run them on the proprietary PoE that's included but we've had good luck with standard 24v injectors.
Cons: Really none to speak of, most problems reported with these devices are the results of people without sufficient understanding of how to configure them properly or not following the instructions.
Other Thoughts: These do a real nice job, can even be used as a low cost high performance home access point, the built-in antenna pattern is more omnidirectional than you would think.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Toshiba 64GB microSDXC Flash Card With Adapter Model PFM064U-1DCK
Pros: Primarily use this Micro-SD card in a GoPro Hero3+ which it works brilliantly in.
I have also tried it in a Motorola RAZR HD Maxx, a Garmin/BMW Nav-V and a Canon G12 and it appears to be 100% compatible with those devices as well.
Picked up the card on sale for a great price.
Have not bothered to bench test the speeds since it records video in 1080p at 60fps stutter free that's all that matters to me.
Cons: I have a JVC Everio GZ-HM30 camcorder that the manufacturer specifically claims is compatible with Toshiba SDXC flash cards, I unable to get this card (in its included SD adapter) to work with the camera though, not much of a con as the issue could easily be with the two-year-old camera and the battery dies long before. even a 32GB card is full anyway.
Other Thoughts: Most surely we'll start seeing reviews posted by technical wizards who are unable to get this card to work in their incompatible devices claiming the card is DOA , take them with a grain of salt.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Inexpensive, excellent use interface and painless setup.
Cons: Nothing to belly ache about here, I read the item description and knew exactly what I was buying, a 10/100, 4 port router.
Didn't see the words "Gigabit" so I didn't expect it.
If you get real nit picky the user menu interface uses some descriptor names that can be a little confusing to users with lower technical knowledge, but for the user with just a decent technical ability it is no problem at all.
Other Thoughts: The device arrived with firmware ver: 1.00.00, I quickly found an updated revision (1.00.04) on TRENDnet's website, downloaded and installed it before configuring the router.
The user menu is clean and typical, very easy to navigate and adjust settings, I was able to set IP's, forward ports and etc in just a few minutes, all changes applied the first try without any difficulties or glitches, you must remember to Save/Apply each page after configuration changes are made, this is very common in these types of devices.
Used this router with a high power AP for mutliple wireless IP camera setup and it worked perfectly.