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Pros: Excellent picture, great flexibility, great price. On screen menus can be rotated to work when screen is rotated, buttons can be customized for frequently used functions.
Cons: Initially, the monitor is set to optimize energy savings which does not provide the best picture. To get the most out of this display, you need to tweak the settings to get it where you like it.
Other Thoughts: I purchased this as a secondary monitor for my iMac (late 2012 version). One of the key features I needed was the 90° rotation. Before I had the adapter to connect to the iMac, I hooked it up to my old Windows laptop. The picture was TERRIBLE and I nearly sent it back. I waited for the adapter and when I hooked it up to my iMac, and the screen was as beautiful as that on the Mac! It turns out that my laptop's video card has trouble with secondary displays.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This router works flawlessly. I have it set up in the utility room in my basement, but I get a strong signal in my second story bedroom through doors, walls and 2 floors. Wired connections are fantastic. It works perfectly with my 24 port router and it even looks great!
Cons: It was not free. This router is a little pricey, but worth every penny.
Other Thoughts: This router works flawlessly. I have it set up in the utility room in my basement, but I get a strong signal in my second story bedroom through doors, walls and 2 floors. Wired connections are fantastic. It even looks great!
Cons It was not free. This router is a little pricey, but worth every penny.
Summary I bought this router to replace an older 802.11n router that couldn't handle being connected to my new 24-port switch. Now I have several devices (wired and wireless) including a web server that can all run simultaneously with no deterioration of bandwidth. Netflix, heavy duty web programming, serving up thousands of web pages a day from my LAMP web-server can all run at the same time as general surfing and file transfers across the network at the same time. My family of 5 (plus the kids' friends and their iDevices) has yet to encounter any hiccups using all kinds of devices at the same time.
File transfers from machine to machine over hard wired ethernet connections (CAT-5e) are lightning fast. It is now MUCH faster to move files around over the network than to use a flash drive or direct connect USB cable.
I love the parental controls - it's super easy to limit when each of my kids can access the internet. The day I got the router, my 12 year old stormed into my room after everyone had gone to bed screaming about what I did to 'her' internet. As far as I'm concerned, a 12 year old doesn't need to be online in the middle of the night. Now she can't unless I allow it. I can even access the controls remotely if I need to.
Now I just need to add a file server to my home network to complete my geeky nirvana!
This review is from: Logitech Anywhere Mouse MX
Pros: It works and slides smoothly on almost any surface. I love the scroll wheel that can alternate between normal scrolling and free-wheel fast scrolling. I make extensive use of the extra buttons and love that I can customize them.
This mouse is the perfect size. With the small receiver, I can just leave it plugged into my laptop. The mouse is large enough to feel natural and comfortable, but it is small enough to stow in my laptop bag.
Cons: I sometimes have to change the batteries.
Other Thoughts: Using this mouse 10-12 hours a day, I have to replace the batteries every month or two.READ FULL REVIEW