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This review is from: TP-LINK Archer C9 Wireless AC1900 Dual Band Gigabit Router
Pros: -Easy setup
-Small form factor
-Good range (both 2.4 and 5GHz)
-Very nice and clean interface. No lag when clicking through menus and changing settings. Applying changes is quick and painless. I can change settings and update firmware without a break in my netflix stream. ASUS is still my fave interface but TP Link is getting close.
-2.4Ghz can be set to N Only and 5GHz can be set to AC only
Cons: -While others like the physical design I do not. While I normally stand routers vertically I like options to lay it flat or wall mount it. This rounter can't do either. Is always very unstable. A slight bump into the desk and this will fall on its face. The gray plastic trim piece makes it difficult to screw and unscrew the antennas.
-The ac power adapter is huge and is part of the plug rather than a brick along the length of the power cord. It is heavy and long enough that gravity can rotate it and this unplug it over time which is quite a hassle. Will also easily block other outlets on your power strip.
Pros: -Very solid build. No flexing nor rattles even when I try to twist it.
-Fan do blow enough air to make a difference
-Sits well on lap or a table
-Angle isn't adjustable but I think it's a good angle
-3 USB out ports
Cons: -Airflow isn't the highest
-Fans aren't loud but are audible
-a little expensive
-Corners are sharp
This review is from: CORSAIR Flash Voyager 64GB Slider X1 USB Flash Drive Model CMFSL3X1-64GB
Pros: -$29 at the time of review is a good price for a 64GB USB 3.0 drive
-It's a compact drive and has a solid feel.
Cons: -Since it's a slider, the port is not fully covered when you aren't using it
-For the price, I dont' think the speed is a big con, but it doesn't take full advantage of USB 3.0.
-Write ~ 20MB/s
-Read ~ 80MB/s
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