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Pros: Very little maintenance
2.4 and 5 GHz channels
Cons: Takes a while to reboot.
Other Thoughts: I've owned this for over 2 years now. I probably reset every month or 2, but it's still working just fine. I like that I can hook up my older non-wireless printer to this and can access it from multiple computers. I have even hooked up External HDD's to this and played them over the wifi. It has been a very good router for us. We put it through the ringer on a daily basis by watching Netflix or Hulu. The limitations thus far have been with my ISP, not the router.
I don't use the 5GHz frequency much, mostly because my devices don't use it. As time goes on I expect that will change, so I think this will be "future resistant" to changes in technology.
The setup is really simple. I plugged it in and ran the wizard setup. It does everything I need it to do.
Pros: Very fast
Pixel density make everything very sharp
NFC - turns on/off just with the case
GPS - I can use it for navigation without any data connections
Speakers are louder than my Acer Iconia A500 (10" tablet)
The new OS (4.2 I think) runs amazingly.
All of my apps (about 120) run on it better than on the A500, and fit the screen.
Developing on it is easy and helpful due to the high resolution.
Cons: the 32 GB version is now the same price that I got the 16GB for.
Other Thoughts: Overall, a very slick tablet. Runs excellently, and looks amazing.READ FULL REVIEW
Display Name: Ian J.
Date Joined: 02/17/09
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