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Pros: In use for over six months straight without issue - no reboots.
Simple setup, reliable connections, and speed.
It may be a wall wart, but it works very well. We needed to extend our 2.4GHz band to the upstairs of the house. The primary connections are with our smart phones. But even when connecting our laptops, the speed is more than reasonable for web browsing and basic computing needs.
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Pros: Nicely packaged and with better instructions than most computer products. The drivers installed without a hitch. This is usually the biggest problem with most graphics cards. The fan was also quieter than expected. Time will tell if it will remain that way.
Cons: I don't know why they put a hole for an S-Video connection in the VGA D-Sub low profile plate which is not needed, but this is of little consequence, certainly not worth a reduction in the egg rating.
Other Thoughts: This card was purchased for installation into my Dad's Dell Dimension C521 desktop PC. The low profile capability and low power consumption features of this card made it a good choice for this PC. While there is a power connector for a high power graphics card, I doubt this PC's power supply could handle the added current draw.
It's hard to go wrong with 1 GB of video RAM and take the load off of the system's CPU and RAM. A must if you want to run Windows Vista or Windows 7 with the of its resource hogs.
This review is from: ATEN CS52A 2-Port Hybrid KVM Switch with Audio
Pros: Nice combination, and at a fair price. Nice solution for my situation. Was able to use both a USB mouse AND keyboard by plugging both into the console USB hub connection.
Cons: KVM hot keys don't work at all. This may be because I have the Dell multimedia USB keyboard plugged into the console USB hub. I have not tested the theory using a standard PS2 keyboard. But, this is where the included port selector button comes in handy. Still a 5 star product. I can't discount the rating for using an undocumented configuration.
Other Thoughts: My biggest concern was that I would have to use my standard D sub analog connection to my flat panel display. Prior to the KVM my laptop used the DVI connection. I thought there would be a noticeable degradation in video quality. If there is, I can't tell.READ FULL REVIEW