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This review is from: ASUS EA-N66 Dual-Band Wireless-N900, 3 in 1 Access Point/Repeater/Gigabit Ethernet Adapter IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n 1 x RJ-45 Ethernet port Up to 450Mbps downlink + 450Mbps uplink Wireless recertified
Pros: Does it job.. and not too bad of a price, easy to configure..(because its so limited..)
Cons: Its limited which makes this not as good as it could have been.. It can only go on the channel your router is on,so if you are using channel 10 this also must use channel 10 which hurt the performance value of it by conflicting signals.
Another thing i found annoying about this if if you wanted to take a signal in from a 2.4ghz router and then repeat it as a 5ghz signal you cant, you can only repeat it as the frequency you chose to listen on. And you can only do 1 or the other not both..
Pros: It is well built and can hold what it claims, if you need to you can tighten the screws on the arms to hold the monitors in position tightly. Nothing like having more than just your old 2 monitor setup.
Cons: The main pole holding it up could be a bit taller but not a problem, and also with 4 27'' lcds it doesnt give you much wiggle room to angle the monitors.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Nippon Labs AD-DPM-HDMIF Displayport Male to HDMI® Female Adapter
Pros: It works fine for Video Audio IF you are only using 2 displays at a time.
Cons: This doesn't advertise if it is a passive or Active converter and it is in fact a passive which sucks in my case. I wanted to support 3 monitors at once but with this it doesn't support a 3rd monitor.
This works fine as a converter but ONLY if you don't want more than 2 monitors working at a time. 2 eggs off for misleading.