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Justin P.

Justin P.

Joined on 05/23/11

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Most Favorable Review

Fast long range, works with android

NETGEAR R6200 Wireless AC 1200 Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router IEEE 802.11 ac/b/g/n
NETGEAR R6200 Wireless AC 1200 Dual Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router IEEE 802.11 ac/b/g/n

Pros: Fast. Good Range. The genie application lets me watch and listen to media that is stored on my media PC from my smart phone. As long as I'm within wifi range.

Cons: Price. Can only be used in the "standing up" position.

Overall Review: I bought this Router to replace my aging DLINK DGL4500 gamer-lounge router. The DGL4500 does not work with Android devices. They can find the network, and connect but internet connection is cut off after a few seconds. The R6200 Works flawlessly in that department. The Branding is a little misleading. It is Dual link either 400 or 800. They do not add together for 1200. You cannot connect to both at the same time. 2.4GHZ for longer range, but slower speeds. 5ghz for faster Speeds and shorter range. All in all a great upgrade for anyone running older (a,b,g,n) router. The router Broadcasts 2 frequencies simultaneously. When you set it up one of the network ssid's will say (5GHZ) after it.

Most Critical Review

manufacturing Error

SanDisk Mobile Ultra 64GB microSDXC Flash Card Model SDSDQUA-064G-A11A
SanDisk Mobile Ultra 64GB microSDXC Flash Card Model SDSDQUA-064G-A11A

Pros: Fast and Huge. When it works.

Cons: SD Card unexpectedly removed error.

Overall Review: I Purchased this card to go with my new Galaxy s4 in may. Card was decently quick, and had a lot of space for a great price. However, if you do a quick search for "SD card unexpectedly removed" error. You will quickly learn that there is a huge problem with these cards. So much so that there was a silent recall on them. This recall should have been sent to resellers like newegg so it could be passed on to customers with details on how to get a new card that has been manufactured after they fixed the problem. However it wasn't passed on. Leaving many users to spam internet forums with questions on how to fix the error. The only surefire fix being; Send it back, and get a new one. I have already contacted SanDisk Customer support, and am waiting for my RMA. It is a shame though. Costumers who are likely to be impacted by such wide-spread errors should be contacted by the manufacturer, not the other way around. The units being shipped now may very well in fact be fixed. But be advised that is you get the "sd card unexpectedly removed" error. Don't waste your time trying to fix it. Send it back for a replacement.