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This review is from: D-Link DAP-2555 AirPremier N Dual Band, PoE Access Point Powered by CloudCommand
Pros: 3 antenna?
Cons: D-flop for sure! You must pay for the service to manage this AP. Instructions say that you can connect directly to the AP via direct ethernet cable to set it up but no matter how many ways I tried it, I could not set it up without using the pay Cloud Command Service. If you know how to set up a router or AP, the CloudCommand service is redundant, unnecessary and just another headache you have to pay for. I tossed this after 2 days of attempting to get it to work and used my Motorola SB850 as an AP, which took 5 min to set up. If D link thinks there is a market for this service, they should make it optional and not mandatory. I've used may Dlink routers in the past and have been mostly satisfied with their performance. For the price of this thing you can get a really good AP that doesn't need a pay service to manage it.
Other Thoughts: All I needed was a simple AP with good range for my small business. I've got two routers and two APs running off a single T2. I don't need a service to manage my LAN, especially one I have to pay for. Dlink abandoned their good, reliable firmware for the Cloudcrxp. STAY AWAY!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Tall and Stubby to not extend into the hard drive bays like other cards
Big heat sink
7.7 on Windows desktop Aero rating
7.7 on 3D business and gaming graphics (just as a relative comparison)
Cons: Old looking sticker
Had to cut bar code off pretty box for rebate
Other Thoughts: Spec's say it requires 75 Watt PCI-E power from a 500+ Watt power supply. I don't know what my Corsair CX600's PCI-E power cable supplies, but it has run the car fine on a 48 hour encoding text (before sending bar code for rebate).READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: G.SKILL 16GB microSDHC Flash Card Model FF-TSDG16GA-C10
Pros: Works well,
Cons: If they make them any smaller, I won't be able to get it in or out of the device! (Not a GSkill issue)
Other Thoughts: SD cards have a wide range of performance, even if rated for USB 3. If you read reviews of actual speeds, not even the expensive ones get fast compared to a SSD. Many of the faster speeds are only obtained in the bigger cards so you have to watch the spec's and see which ones get what speeds. Read the phine print!READ FULL REVIEW
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