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Pros: initial setup was painless.
easy to change wifi security settings.
no issue connecting with 10+ devices.
Cons: the onboard settings (where you go when you type in the IP) sometimes don't load and I had to refresh the page a number of times to get at them. It was a minor inconvenience.
Other Thoughts: I bought this to replace an actiontec modem for my centurylink dsl. Installation was much easier than expected. I used the disk that came with it, and only had to enter ppp name and password when prompted.
I have four pc's connected to this by ethernet, two laptops by wifi, two roku boxes, a media pc, a smart dvd player, several tablets and cell phones while in range, and it hasn't yet dropped a connection on any of them (that was my biggest issue with the actiontec). Signal strength on the wifi is significantly better than it was with my old modem, and download speeds through the wifi are much faster (upload remains about the same).
Overall I'm very happy with its performance, and will probably buy another one to have around just in case the first one happens to fail.
This review is from: Creative Fatal1ty Gaming Headset
Pros: -The Sound is very good for the price.
-The pads on the headset are very soft, making this the most comfortable (possibly the only comfortable) circumaural headset I have ever owned -I have rather large ears (and a large head) and it is still super comfortable even after several hours of gaming.
Cons: Not a huge fan of the detachable microphone; it seems like it will be too easy to lose or break. But I knew that was the design from the description.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Primo International Total Comfort Black swivel recliner with metal base and ottoman
Pros: -Lightweight- easy for my elderly mother to move around.
-Looks just like the picture.
Cons: -The base is just tubular steel covered in cloth.
-The assembly instructions.
-The footstool part of it isn't actually held together by anything. If you try to pick it up it will separate into two pieces every time.
Other Thoughts: Was looking for a chair like the one I had in a hotel room last summer: super-lightweight recliner that swiveled and was easy to move around. This fit the bill perfectly. My mother has problems with her ankles, but is able to move this around without issue.
It is really quite comfortable. Although it is more comfortable for someone probably under about 5'5" since it sits a little too low to the floor and the headrest isn't tall enough for me at 5'10".
The instructions are absolutely worthless. The parts aren't even identified clearly. Thankfully there are only so many ways the pieces can go, and each of the different types of screws have different quantities for assembly -although it feels a bit like a logic problem when you first open it up.
I'm not sure if I would have paid full price for it, but it is certainly worth it if you can find it on discount under 200.
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