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Pros: This flashlight hits an excellent size, weight, cost and brightness for everyday carry. It fits easily in a pocket, provides both general and focused light, is bright, and can even be held in your mouth if you need your hands free. The button does not get pressed while riding loose in a pocket, so the battery isn't dead when you need the flashlight. The body is plastic, but holds up well, and isn't too slippery.
Overall, an excellent small flashlight.
Cons: Takes a lithium camera battery which is hard to find and moderately expensive. With light occasional use, I've had to replace the battery once in the past year, so this is a minor gripe.
Other Thoughts: Only on/off functionality, with no other light settings. However, this means the controls are also simple to use.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Clock and timing were all properly detected on installation, attractive and compact form factor (no ridiculously sized heatsinks as on some gaming memory).
Cons: One of the two sticks failed miserably on Memtest86+. I'm having to RMA to Patriot, so I likely won't have it by Christmas, and I'm having to pay shipping back to them on their defective product. By "100% Hand Tested" they must mean "didn't fall apart when we picked it up".
Other Thoughts: I will not be buying again from Patriot.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Rosewill RNX-N300RT (RNWB-11001) Wireless Router IEEE 802.3/3u, IEEE 802.11b/g, IEEE802.11n Draft 2, DD-WRT Open Source Support, Up to 300Mbps Wireless Data Rates 1 x 10/100M WAN; 4 x 10/100 LAN
Pros: Build of DD-WRT exists for it, inexpensive
Cons: Does not have gigabit ethernet, so having wireless-n is overkill.
Other Thoughts: I used this router to replace a Linksys WRT-54G running DD-WRT that I'd picked up for $20 used. It completely surpasses the Linksys in every regard I've seen.READ FULL REVIEW