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This review is from: NETGEAR ProSafe WNDAP360-100NAS Dual Band Wireless-N Access Point
Pros: Concurrent 2.4/5ghz - if it worked, but it doesnt
Cons: Picks some clients and will not let them connect, or disconnects them constantly. Claims Malformed packets in packet capture but I don't see it, and the Ubiquity and Engenius Access points seem to think the packets are ok, they let those clients connect.
Other Thoughts: We have invested $3000 in 12 of these, what a huge blunder on my part. I should have learned from the WG302s we got that never worked well. Netgear just cannot put out a good WLAN product. They work in a test environment, but when put in production where they will encounter other types of WiFi chipsets they fail miserably. I will never purchase another Netgear WLAN product.READ FULL REVIEW
Cons: Causes BSODs
So called drivers included with Win7
Manually stripped drivers from win7, installed Netgear driver, still causes BSODs.
The machine runs perfectly with all other WLAN adapters I have installed on it, and no wlan adapters at all.
If you run Win7 with Gigabyte z68 mobo you definitely don't want to waste your money on this device. I won't even bother trying it on any of our other production machines
Pros: Easy Assembly. Well thought out. The correct connectors for slim cd is already part of the unit, no need to purchase an adapter.
Cons: QC on them isn't what is should be. Built 5 of these, without incident, on the 6th when I went to turn it on I heard a snap. Was a screw in the fan blade. Odd, I hadn't lost a screw. Then I began to build the 7th and heard a screw rolling around when I tipped it. Sure enough there was a screw missing from the motherboard mounts. Front motherboard mount screw that was there was loose. I went back and check the last one I built with screw in fan blade and sure enough the mobo mount screw was missing. This prompted me to go back to all previous built XH61Vs and check, and every single one of them had loose motherboard screws at the front end of the case.
Other Thoughts: If that screw hadn't made a noise, the screw under the mobo would have eventually shorted something out and I would have had to RMA it.READ FULL REVIEW