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This review is from: HP Carrying Case (Messenger) for 16.1" Notebook - Leaf Green
Pros: - plenty of room
- lots of zippered pockets
- good tough construction w/padding in and out
- adjustable shoulder strap
- recycled materials
Other Thoughts: $69.99 price tag sounds high. got mine on shell-shocker for $9.99.
it's a good bag to take on a trip.
hold a notebook, two 7" tablets, chargers, paper, pens etc.
glad i bought one before they were gone.
This review is from: D-Link DIR-626L Wireless Router - IEEE 802.11n
Pros: - it works
- N300 w/good broadcast power
- easy setup
- 15 bucks, free shipping
- good backup device
Cons: - no wireless bridge mode
Other Thoughts: bought this as a backup router JIC, and it's a good deal.
decided to play with it, and found the only way to use as repeater/bridge is to run an ethernet cable down the hall to one of the lan ports, and give it static address. because of the features it does have... still a good deal.
besides, you can always use this router as a closed AV network w/o internet access for the fun of it.
Pros: - hooks at 300Mbps, and stays there
- driver/util disk included
- rubber feet
- usb cable
- 14.99 on sale
Other Thoughts: this is installed on a midtower fileserver on home network. going from 54Mbps to this 300Mbps does make quite a difference. transfer speed to tablets is about five times faster.
it does look like an iDog or iRabbit with a green blinking nose.
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