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This review is from: Team Xtreem 64GB microSDXC Flash Card With Card Reader Model TUSDX64GUHS05
Pros: $$$$, fast, cheap shipping & reliability of great service from Newegg. I used this to upgrade my 8GB Sansa Clip (Rockbox software driven) to a 72gb mp3 player. Works great. I used MiniTool Partition Wizard to Format into FAT32 which is required to get it to work wiith the Sansa clip. Haven't had a problem yet. If I do, i'll repost. The included usb reader adapter is a great bonus and works great.
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This review is from: TRENDnet TEG-S80G Unmanaged 8-Port Gigabit GREENnet Switch
Pros: #1 Pro -Newegg reliable service, shipping & low prices-
#2 - Works like a charm. I have my TV, PS3, 360, Wii & Denon 4520ci receiver all connected and everything works great. Speeds are at max for my connection which is Comcast Blast tier @ 30mbps.
Super easy hookup as others have stated, just plug it in, plug in the devices and Bam! You're good to go. No more wireless streaming lag nightmares. Just a solid, reliable, secure internet connection. No more death by lag playing FPS, downloads are quick. I'm streaming HD, Pandora, Netflix, You Tube, you name it with ease.
If you are debating between switches, get this one, you won't be sorry.
Cons: None.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: 1. Reliable Newegg Service, price & shipping. I can't say this enough really. Year after year, order after order, Newegg is still the best egg on the block.
2. Product is very well made, very robust metal connectors, EMI shielding.
3. I'm using this with a Trendnet 8 port net switch; Newegg
Item#: N82E16833156251 to hard wire my TV, PS3, 360, Wii, Denon 4520ci receiver; I immediately notice a huge improvement in speed with this set up. NO lag, quick downloads, streaming HD, Pandora, You Tube all flawlessly, I'm getting my full bandwidth speed.
4. Since it's Cat7, you will be set for years, even with repeated bandwidth upgrades.
Cons: It didn't come with a hot pizza and cold beer. :)
Other Thoughts: The wire is about the thickness of RG 6 coax and I used regular 1/4" coaxial cable staples to run this along my baseboards.READ FULL REVIEW