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This review is from: EDIMAX EW-7811Un N150 USB 2.0 Wireless nano Adapter
Pros: You can plug it into a front-facing USB port and it is not obtrusive. Installation and recognition even on a Windows XP box was seamless.
Cons: The receiver, as you would expect, isn't great. However, I managed to get a low but usable signal through two walls and about 20 yards of distance. (I moved the PC to a slightly closer location to get a good signal, the long distance was just a temporary test).
Other Thoughts: It's a good inexpensive device for short distances to turn a desktop into a wireless device.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Visiontek Radeon 4350 SFF 512MB DDR2 (2 x DVI-I, TV Out) w/ 2 x DVI-I to VGA Adapter
Pros: This is a great unit for low profile desktops. I appreciate the inclusion of an adapter for regular profile systems as well. It makes for an easy setup for dual monitor workstations and I've installed a few of them now through the workplace.
Cons: I haven't encountered any problems with them. You will want to make sure all the cables are secure, of course and you will want to leave a little extra room behind the case because the splitter cables are a bit thick and don't like to bend.
Other Thoughts: A great little dual monitor card for half height desktops for a reasonable price.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: StarTech USBEXTAA_6 6 ft. Beige USB 2.0 Extension Cable A to A - M/F
Pros: It's what you would expect in a USB extension cable. Fits snugly and transfers data.
Cons: None that I have encountered so far.
Other Thoughts: It's a USB extension cable. StartTech products tend to be fairly reliable in general.READ FULL REVIEW