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This review is from: Skagen Swiss Men's Quartz Watch 583XLSXC
Pros: I've been looking to purchase this watch for a very long time except the price point was a bit high until NewEgg had it for $90. I watch is very beautiful and has a nice quality build to it. Setting the Dates and Day is quite easy with the dedicated push buttons.
This is not a con, but if you've bought Skagen watches in the past, this watch is deceivingly heavy for a Skagen that has a slim profile.
Cons: No manual on how to set date and day. Usually with all watches you would set the day using the rotary key. However, you'll notice there were push buttons hidden on each side. At fist you would think it is the design of the watch. But looking online on how to set the date and time, you couldn't find any documentation on how. So I just tried pressing the buttons and it worked! I love the push button idea because using the rotary key can take some time.
Other Thoughts: Ashford also included a cleaning towel and a nice bag. I will buy from them again.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Seagate FreeAgent Theater+ USB 2.0 / Ethernet HD Media Player Only STCEA201-RK
Pros: *Plays anything you give it.
*Has two USB Slots for wifi adaptor and HD connectivity.
*Can access other DLNA enabled devices on the network.
Cons: *Sluggish Remote Response.
*Cannot access drive connected to the device over the network and other devices cannot connect to it.
*Bad network play, very sluggish streaming media over the network.
Other Thoughts: I owned this product in hopes that it would work the same as my WD TV Live. Let me just put it this way, it didn't even come close. Right off the bat, you will realize that the remote response is a joke, you will have to press the button on the remove 5 to 6 times before getting the device to respond. Secondly, if you are like me and you have a lot of media on your PC/Laptop but would like to copy all the files over to the drive connected to the device, you would have to unplug the drive from the device and connect it to your source PC to copy over. One thing I really like about my WD TV Live is I can copy files from my pc to the Drive connected to the WD TV Live over my network, meaning I don't have to disconnect drive from the media server to copy files. The other issue I have with the FAT+ is the useless UI the have. Also, out of the box, you have to configure the resolution of the TV even with HDMI. Hope this helps anyone thinking about WD TV Live vs FAT+. Choose the WD TV live.READ FULL REVIEW