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This review is from: Rosewill RNG-406U Ethernet Adapter 10/ 100/ 1000Mbps USB 3.0 1 x RJ45
Pros: Very high quality USB cable. Works out of the box with Windows 7 SP2, Windows 8 and Linux. Excellent design, love the simplistic indicator lights and extra long integrated cable. Great price!
Cons: None so farREAD FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cheap, works reasonably well as long as you aren't using Windows 8.1/
Cons: The provided driver for Windows 8 only allows 2.4ghz wifi with windows 8.1. There is no updated driver on the Engenius website to allow this adapter to work in dual-band mode. You will not see any 5ghz access points if you are using Windows 8.1
Other Thoughts: Wish I would have known it wouldnt work properly with windows 8.1 before purchasing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good value for the price. Comes with two collar units which are black, also includes two woven nylon collars for use with the receivers. The transmitter looks like a little walkie talkie. Transmitter will allow you to control different levels of shock, vibrate, there is only one level of sound, and you can also make the receiver units blink. The stock stimulation is quite strong, I was surprised. Certainly couldnt imagine turning it up much past level 2, and there are 100 levels! At level 100 its probably enough to get an elephant's attention.
Cons: Transmitter and receivers feel cheap, which for the $38 I paid I somewhat expected this. The beep sound from the receiver units sounds like it has a rattle in it,, makes me feel like the speaker could go at any time in the receiver. There is also a motion switch in the collar units that turns the collars off when the dog isnt moving, which is nice but when the dogs are moving you can hear a rattle from them that makes it sound like my dogs are sending a text message!
Other Thoughts: All in all, I got pretty much what I had expected. At $38 it was a great price and it certainly works well enough to train your dogs with. I question their durability, and probably wouldnt recommend using them to train dogs that will be anywhere near water.READ FULL REVIEW