Date Joined: 08/02/01
Pros: Seems to work
Cons: Manual is incomplete, setup procedures not well defined. Repeated the instructions multiple times, resetting to factory defaults after each try. After many attempts it finally connected.
When looking for help on the Wavlink website, the product I got in the box "Aerial K AC1200 Dual Band Extender/AP" is not listed, instead they list an Aerial X, with no mention if the drivers are compatible, thus I'm concerned about future support.
Overall Review: I was replacing a Wavlink extender that suddenly died, this was much more difficult to connect than the previous one. I'm giving it 3 stars as it connects now. I'll amend the review after I've seen it in action.
Okay it lasted about 1 month. Tonight we lost connectivity and despite several resets and attempts to reconnect the 'wizard' scanning never finds the wireless network it was previously connected to.
Pros: Easy to install, functioned as expected. For 9 months.
Cons: Failed. Machine wouldn't boot one day, couldn't find the disk. Removed disk from the device and connected it directly to the SATA cables that had been on the back. Machine proceeded to work flawlessly
Overall Review: The hot swap capability this device provides is something I need in my Home Office. Although I'm disappointed in the longevity of the product the functionality that it provides means I may buy it again. It worked perfectly until one day it didn't.
Pros: Firstly I purchased my pair last January from another source, and mine are white. I've used them almost daily since.
-have the battery life they promise
-have a really clear sound.
-work well with Dragon Naturally.
Cons: Bass is a bit heavy.
Their 'noise isolation' is minimal in my opinion
Biggest complaint is that mine broke at the hinge/connector for the right ear piece after 9 months. Seems to be a common problem. Klipsch promises 1 year warranty and I've just sent mine back, we'll see what happens.
Pros: Should be good.
Cons: Finally built the system with the RAM I bought in December. Found that one of the pair was bad and wouldn't boot with that stick in. Couldn't even run memcheck.