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Pros: It's a flexible cable instead of a single, solid connector.
Cons: Doesn't work. Yes, I tried it with a MacBook Pro and DisplayPort monitor, and it's like it wasn't plugged in at all.
I tried wiggling and reconnecting, and I tested the MacBook with a different monitor and the monitor with different inputs.
I thought the other two stars were because they weren't using MacBooks or something. Nope, this just doesn't work.
Other Thoughts: I sure was hoping this worked. It's the only MiniDisplayPort to DisplayPort I can find. Oh well.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Initial setup was the best I've experienced of any consumer router. I was completely happy with the defaults -- UPnP off, external ping disabled, etc., etc.
Cons: I bought this router for the VPN capability. It supports IPSec, IPSec with L2TP, and PPTP. The only thing I could get to work with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard was PPTP *without* encryption, which is useless.
Also, after an hour of playing with the settings, attempting to access the device's log via the web admin console would crash it. It would still route, but the admin console would be inaccessible until I power-cycled the router.
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Pros: Works fine with Ubuntu Linux.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW