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Pros: Filled the house with strong 2.4G signal. Tested data rates show improvement from previous ASUS RT16 wifi router.
Cons: The 5G band has very limited range, not useful beyond the room the router is situated.
Other Thoughts: Was hoping this would be an upgrade and set me up for the future but it was a disappointment. I will have to play around with the placement of the unit and see if there can some improvements to be coaxed from this marginal device.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Boombug SPLW11-8 YLW Portable Mini Premium Speaker
Pros: Great sounding, even better than my laptop speakers (stereo with "subwoofer")
Small package - well designed and available in cute colors
Rechargeable Li ion (via USB)
Sliding on/off switch(prevents accidental activation)
3.5mm plug incorporated
Rubberized feet, expansion jack
Cons: A little pricey but it is on sale for 6 bucks
No charge full gauge
Mini USB - who even uses this anymore?
Mono sound only, would be nice if there is a option to get stereo when 2 are linked
No carry pouch
Other Thoughts: Nice sounding speaker despite its size. Multiple units can be cascaded to bring the volume up. Love its ability to open up, expanding the volume of unit up to increase its bass range, and close into a compact unit for stowing. Hope it lasts.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Sennheiser HD239 On-Ear Headphones
Pros: Great clarity
Cons: VERY uncomfortable. The earpieces are small (about size of the ear) and rests solely on the earlobe. If you are not used to headphones pressing on the edges of your earlobes, you'd best stay away from this. It hurts after a while. I tolerated them on for an hour before it became unbearable.
Does not stay on the head well so do not plan on doing much while they are on. Just sit tight in a quiet place (open phones) and enjoy the music.
Other Thoughts: The earpieces swivel to lay flat. Unfortunately they only turn one way, and guess what, the wrong way. They cannot turn much when you set them down on your ears. not unless you want to switch the left and right channels to the ears. The engineers have blundered onto a modern day torture device.READ FULL REVIEW