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Pros: It works great! I love it. Once you figure out how to use the IQ setup and understand networking it's a piece of cake to extend wifi throughout the house. That's two floors and lots of walls. Excellent tech support.
Cons: Can be frustrating when something goes wrong and you have to troubleshoot. But it might not be the extenders fault.
Other Thoughts: This is my second Edimax extender. The first one I used for over a year but only supported 2.4Ghz. It worked great for almost a year then started to drop the signal. The IP address kept changing and my wireless printer didn't like that much. Very frustrating! I called edimax and tech support was very helpful and knowledgeable. They had me change the channel on my router. It seemed all of my neighbors' wifi were set to the same channel and it confused the Edimax. They also had me switch the security setting to WPA2 only. They helped me check firmware which was up to date and It hasn't skipped a beat since. Didn't need any help setting this new one up because of the experience I got on the last one. Looking forward to running this one through its paces.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SONY STRDH540 5.2-Channel 4K AV Receiver
Pros: Can't think of any.
Cons: Do yourself a favor and save money elsewhere. Refurbished electronics is a bad idea. It will break one week after the warranty expires and when you call for tech support you'll hear something like, "Yeah. That's a known problem. We can fix it for $100. Never again on refurbs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Plenty of ports with connectors direct to your Motherboard.
Cons: The printed "USB 3" on the front of the image is not a USB 3 port but just the third usb-2 connector on the reader. That is notoriously misleading and I think they know it. Just a bad marketing decision to print that on the reader. Should have read the specs in detail. Either way I think it makes the company look bad.
Other Thoughts: I suppose I'll keep it since return shipping is a joke and I still need the card reader anyway.READ FULL REVIEW