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This review is from: NETGEAR ProSAFE 16-Port Gigabit Ethernet Switch (GS116) - Lifetime Warranty
Pros: Worked well for a long time.
Cons: Just died, can't get Netgear to honor the warranty
Other Thoughts: Purchased from Newegg on 02/26/2006. Has run since then without issues. Area is well ventilated. Always ran cool. Home environment. Just died. Looks like a power supply problem. Called Netgear and they said "out of warranty."READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good price, good reviews, arrived fast, not DOA.
Cons: Shows the RAM as running at 798MHz@DDR3_1596 in Memtest86+, so -1 egg.
Other Thoughts: Installed it on my SOHO ASRock H77M MB with i5 3350P CPU to up system memory from 4 to 8GB. Set BIOS to run the memory @ XMS profile (800MHz@DDR3_1600. Booted Memtest86+ v. 5.0 and it shows the RAM as running at 798MHz@DDR3_1596. Rechecked BIOS and it's good, so no idea why. Not DOA, so no plan to send it back.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: NETGEAR WN3500RP-100NAS N600 Wall-plug Universal Dual Band Wi-Fi Range Extender
Pros: Connect to my WIFI without issue using the WPS setup. Was able to connect a Wi-Fi PC previously out range of my router to my network.
Cons: Adds a _2GEXT and _5GEXT to the router SSID which is causing me no end of grief trying to connect devices previously connected to the router through the extender. They do connect, sometimes, then drop out or can't find the internet even though I did enter the passcode when I first connected. Also cannot access the extender using the URL in the instructions.
Other Thoughts: Got it and installed it using the WPS setup in the manual that came with it while near my Netgear router. All went well, so I moved it to near midway between the router and the unit I wanted to connect. The 2G worked, but the 5G wouldn't lock, so I moved it closer to the router and both locked. Was able to connect the PC in the area remote from the router to connect, but having problems with other units, see cons.READ FULL REVIEW