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Pros: I installed this card in a new desktop that already had a wireless card that couldn't find its own shadow. I take this computer in my RV to use at an RV park that has less then stellar Wi-Fi service. I could hook-up to the provided Wi-Fi with four or five bars consistently. The other folks, using laptops, were lucky to have two bars which resulted in many drops. Needless to say, I'm very happy with this card. (Windows 8 64bit)
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Pros: Fantastic range! Way greater than the previous Panasonic wireless phone I had. I like the talking caller ID. It doesn't always get the pronunciation right, but it tries. I've talked on one phone for better than an hour and the battery indicator still shows it's fully charged. (?) Good voice clarity, simple to use.
Cons: None so far.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: This router is amazing. It's run 24hrs a day for more than 4 years and I have reset it once. That one time had something to do with my cable company. I love how some say it's junk and don't buy it yet over 3000 folks love it. I do understand if it doesn't work for you you're not a happy camper. I've installed two of these for my neighbors and they too have had no issues. I've only used the firmware it comes with which some say is junk. I stream Netflix, Hulu, and YouTube with no problems.
Cons: Signal strength at the far end of the house knocks off one bar. Perhaps if I loaded it with Tomato or DD-WRT this would help. I'd probably turn it into a brick. If it isn't broken why fix it.
Other Thoughts: I'm thinking I should buy another as a spare since mine has been in service for quite a while.READ FULL REVIEW