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Rosewill RG630-S12 - Green Series 630-Watt Active PFC Power Supply Unit - Continuous @ 104 Deg. F (40C), 80 PLUS Bronze Certified, Single 12V Rail, Compatible with Core i7, i5
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Pros: Very well packaged. excellent construction. Looks very nice and even included tie wraps and power cord.

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: A couple years ago I didn't even know who Rosewill was, however their products continue to not disappoint.

ZyXEL PLA407 HomePlug AV 200 Mbps Powerline Wall-Plug Adapter (Starter Kit - 2 Units)
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: This device is awesome. Super easy to install, setup and use. If fact there was no setup, Plug it in, connect ethernet cable to it and router. Plug in other unit, ethernet to it and PC and done. Device even works when plugged into surge protectors and long (25") extention cord in my garage. Simply awesome. Looks good to. Only thing I might have added was an on/off switch.

Cons: None except maybe the price, however I got a pait of them when they discounted it $30 then another $50 during a super sale. At my price of $40 for a set, $80 for 2, best money I ever spent with how happy I was with the product.

Other Thoughts: Quick mention worked flawlessly with Netflix through a surge protector to a Blue-Ray clear across the house. The fact that with device works through multiple surge protectors and long extension cords across long distances and so easy to setup and use was amazing.

TP-LINK TL-WDR4300 Dual Band Wireless N750 Router, Gigabit, 2.4GHz 300Mbps+5GHz 450Mbps, 2 USB port, IP QoS, Wireless On/Off Switch
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  • neweggOwned For: 1 day to 1 week

Pros: Looks nice. Super Easy Setup. The USB feature is nice and worked flawlessly. Dual Band would have been great if it worked.

Cons: The first thing I noticed after an easy setup was the 5Ghz wireless was not being picked up by any devices. With my Laptop right next to the router I began going through each and every channel, no results, LED's indicated it was working but it wasn't. Then I started testing connectivity and speeds and noticed I wasn't getting any better speeds with the wireless N devices than with my WRT54G (wireless G) in fact the performance was worse as was the range. I swapped the router out for my older one and sure enough my Linksys WRT54G was out performing the TP-LINK TL-WDR4300 router. I even downloaded and performed a firmware upgrade and while it did add additional features the issues were the same. I was also having issues with Netflix so I downloaded a large file from one of my wired computers and tried basic internet browsing with my laptop. The entire network was down to a crawl. So much so that browsing was impossible while downloading with one of my other PC's and these were the only two up at the time. So much for IP QoS. Checked manufactures web site, not much help there except for how great this router was suppose to be. I should have read the other reviews first like I usually do. Returning for a refund. Sticking to Linksys routers for the time being.

Other Thoughts: This would have been an awesome router if it had lived up to its claims. This was to replace a Wireless G router as the rest of my entire network is all Wireless N. However the Linksys WRT54G out performed this router in every test I could throw at it.


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Display Name: Ben R.

Date Joined: 05/21/09

  • Reviews: 18
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  • First Review: 09/17/12
  • Last Review: 06/06/13
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