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This review is from: Asus Zenfone 2 Unlocked Smart Phone, 5.5" Red, 64GB Storage 4GB RAM, US Warranty
Pros: This phone was purchased to replace my aging Samsung S4, which I purchased new two and a half years ago. After watching the S4 gradually lose it's spunk, crawling from click to click, I had had enough! I'm not a phone geek, but I do know when something is fast and when it's not. This Asus phone is FAST! I love the Android 5.0 too. You just can't beat the $300 price tag either.
Other Thoughts: Why anyone would waste so much money on an S6 or iPhone 6+ whatever is beyond me. I just want a fast, functional phone, and this Asus does everything I expected, and much more.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TRENDnet TEW-751DR N600 Dual Band Wireless Router IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n, IEEE 802.3/3u
Pros: After a powerful lighting strike and subsequent surge rendered my very expensive ASUS RT-AC68U completely useless, I decided to go the "cheap" route and try this router out based on the specs and positive reviews. Plus, the $10 price was a no-brainer. After setting this up on a large home-based network with multiple printers, work stations, cell phones, ROKU devices, etc., I was pleasantly surprised to see how stable and effective this router is at managing everything. The speed is phenomenal, and the wifi reach is just as good as the ASUS was (key word "was").
Cons: None. None whatsoever.
Other Thoughts: After spending more than $200 on my Asus router, I am very peeved that I could have gotten the same results with a $10 TRENDnet router like this one. Setup was easy and all of my devices are communicating perfectly. I definitely recommend this unit, and at just $10 on sale, you can't go wrong.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: MSI X99S SLI Plus LGA 2011-v3 Intel X99 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard
Pros: It turns on. It works - sometimes.
Cons: Can't plug ANY additional hardware into the board, other than the video card and the M.2 SATA. If I do, I get all kinds of conflicts and errors. Also, the USB ports (2.0) keep dropping! Every day it seems, something stops working on its own and I have to plug my devices into another port. I'm getting really tired of this! I have the latest BIOS too (1.8).
Other Thoughts: Hey MSI, you need to fix this USB port problem! Others are complaining about it too! And please don't bother responding with one of your cut and paste "solutions." That's just plain lazy! I've been building computers since Win 95 and this is the absolute WORST board I have EVER had. Save yourself a lot of trouble and avoid this board at all costs! You may get lucky with one that works, but why take the chance and waste all of your time trying to fix it? You've been warned!!!READ FULL REVIEW