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Pros: Very Fast, easy to setup. Lots of flexibility. Failover 4G service works well. Firmware updates available (so check for updates)
Cons: Would like bulk add of MAC addresses for DHCP lease management.
However, my power button "broke". It is a push-in and set type button. It just broke. A piece of tape solved.
Other Thoughts: However, opened RMA with ASUS support. Received a response within a couple of hours with all RMA process information on return. Would not cross-ship, but process did work and received replacement within 4 days. Received follow-up emails from support. Overall, impressed with support and will use ASUS again.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: EDIMAX EW-7416APn Wireless Range Extender / Access Point
Pros: Simple, easy to configure, good performance for price, flexible configurations
Cons: None I can think of
Other Thoughts: Decent device. I have a client (gateway) type device that would not support WPA or WPA2 security. Open would work. I configured this device in both the WPA2 mode (desired) more all of my network devices, but this device allowed me to configure an open SSID and associate a "whitelist" MAC address table. Very cool for a device at this price list.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: OKIDATA MC361 MFP / All-In-One Up to 25 ppm Color LED Network Printer (62435901)
Pros: Very powerful feature set, quiet, very good performance, excellent power saving features. Fast printing for both B/W and color. So far, very pleased with toner rate of consumption. Oki support was above average, friendly, able to help and even a follow-up from them days after my question to see if I needed anything else.
Cons: Very powerful feature set might frustrate some owners. Documentation is complete, but I could see it as being confusing for some non-IT folks. However, follow the documentation provided.
Other Thoughts: Consumables (toner) appear to be expensive -- however, at the rate they are being used, they are reasonably priced. I am using this for a home office, with multiple users (kids and wife) all printing over our wireless network (note, the Oki is on the network via *wired* connection; only way to connect to network).READ FULL REVIEW