Date Joined: 12/02/12
Pros: Shipped faster than estimate.
Handy Dandy Gadget!
Drivers installed 1st time used.
It works with 32GB card.
Overall Review: Using WinXP Pro and external 10-port 2.0 USB Hub.
Wish it had a Chain or Pouch with it.
Pros: This 4 port HUB works well. Supports up to 4 USB devices. I use it with my Acer Laptop. 1 for a wireless mouse, 1 for a wireless touchpad, 1 for USB to mini-USB adapter for card reader HUB, and the 4th for 64GB flash drive.
Cons: It can weigh on your female port. Also the, the wires are kind of upside-down-ish, but with it's design, its not a problem.
Pros: This cable allows me to hook up my digital camera directly to my TV through an HDMI cable! Full video and audio support. Works as intended.
Cons: None so far.
Pros: 1 WAN port.
2 USB 3.0 Ports.
3 Detachable, Long, Fat, Black, Adjustable, Antennas.
4 LAN Ports.
8 LAN 'Guest Accounts' supported in basic set-up.
AP and Station modes available.
Software options galore.
Fastest 'wireless-N' speeds ever seen in home networks.
WiFi (tablet and iphone), AiCloud, Gigabit Ethernet
Dual Band 2.4 & 5 Ghz speeds.
HDD, SAMBA, FTP, DDNS server, and printer sharing available.
Use 2 of these routers in one network to open an additional level of wirelessness!
P2P, L2P, VPN, whatever ... it all works with this one.
Easy to set-up. Start with installing only ONE PC on the network, set-up software and drivers on THAT ONE PC from the install CD. All it takes to set-up network. Then, add to network.
Overall Review: I'm pretty sure many who buy this product are more novice with hardware and networks than they believe themselves to be.
Make sure you have the correct hardware to use with your new hardware!
You either need to hook-up (RJ45 aka Ethernet aka LAN cables aka Cat-5, Cat-5e, aka Cat, aka network cables) cables from your modem to your router, then from your router to your NIC (ethernet, network) card on your PC, AND/or the (ethernet, network) port on your DVR (whether it be yours, or the cable company's), AND/OR HDTV (or SmartTV), AND/OR XBOX, AND/OR Playstation, AND/OR WII (I believe all 3 gaming stations have consoles with wireless options available, if yours is not wireless, you will need a network cable going to the network port on the console) [if you need more than 4 LAN ports, get a SWITCH (cheap and ez) or another router].
Tablets, Smart Phones, and WII-Us, Printers, and other wireless devices, will pick up the WiFi network from your router automatically--as long as the router is configured correctly. The router will see them automatically as well.
If the wireless device (not router), does not have 5 Ghz capability on it, you will not be able to use that "BAND" on the router for that device, you will have to use the 2.4 Ghz channel.
Pros: Makes me wonder...
It works as intended.
I received a 250 volt power cord instead of a 240 volt. What in the world!
I happened to have 240 volt cord with the same port fitting.
It is a fooler, for us at least, the power LED, along with any other LED, does not work! So we have never known whether or not it is on, or charging, or anything else.!>? But, it apparently works -- every time we change out the battery pack, it has a full charge.
A bit odd.
Cons: LED (s) have never worked. Shipped with wrong power cord.
Overall Review: I cannot take an egg off for the wrong cord. Although, under the wrong circumstances, such a mistake could result in much larger problems than many other mistakes that may be made...
Pros: Powerful USB 2.0 Hub.
Power from PC.
Power from (included) adapter.
Power from both means; when I use an external drive with 2 male USB ports (aka cables), (standard for early century drives), I only have to use 1 of the 2 ports (cables) in this hub -- very nice eh!
Nice looking back-lighted LED bar.
ALL ports accessible; 2 back, 2 top, 6 front.
Low profile / Flat physique.
Cons: No mounting holes on bottom/back.
Overall Review: Could easily be mounted on wall or case imo.
Pros: I use this Cat 7 for my home network. It is overkill. I can rule out my ethernet cable ever being the problem with the SPEED of my network. I use this with an ASUS RT-AC66U router, and an "Insight" modem, it goes to the XBOX and to an LED HDTV. Everything works great. It is backward compatible with all other Cat ports around today.
Pros: Nice Surge Protector. Over 3750 Joules. 8 foot cord is very handy. 12 outlets, and they are arranged to ALL be used. Cable management is a nice bonus too.
I took ONE egg off because the Coaxial Protection is CRAPOLA. I ONLY took ONE egg off because I never use this option on surge protectors anyway.
Cons: The Coaxial Protection is worthless.
Pros: Nice looking fan with BRIGHT ORANGE LED 's.
Very nice dark orange.
Pros: This fan is more Yellow than Orange! Which works okay for me. It is a very quiet fan for its size. 4 bright yellow LEDs on it. Very long cables too.
Cons: So far so good.
Pros: Dummy proof! Has level bubble inside the wall mount. Make sure you are on a wall stud. Easy as pie!
Full range of motion. Functions better than expected.
Cons: None atm.
Pros: Works as intended. Plug in ethernet cable to this product, and into your router, or modem's LAN (ethernet) port. Configure the Wii Internet settings. That's it, you are "on-line"!
A Must Have for the 1st generation WII systems.
Pros: For Windows 7, if you want a Touchpad, what are the options? For $25.00, I don't see how this can be beat. It works smoothly, looks sleek, feels solid, good distance, and does what it is supposed to. I wish it was 8 x 11 :)
Pros: It is corded. It is Bright. It cycles through a spectrum of colors. As long as the LED inside the device works, this will be my favorite mouse. If the LED craps out within a couple years, then it will not fall from its favorite position rapidly. At this point I can only give 5 stars!
Pros: Plenty of Ports!
3 HDMI ports!
SPDIF Audio out port, VGA port, Coax port, Audio OUT port (headphones), Audio IN port (PC, aux), YPbPr ports (DVD), RCA Video (Red, Yellow, White) ports, and a USB port.
Nice Internal DVD player (On the side) w- push button, or remote, controls.
Back of TV is pre-set and ready to mount.
Cons: No problems encountered so far.
Pros: Limited Edition Star Wars XBOX 360,
WHITE XBOX featuring 'R2-D2' motiff!
GOLD! - Wireless 'C-3PO' controller!
3 USB ports!
1 HDMI Port. (-OR- option to use AV cable Port)
KINECT for XBOX! (Motion sensor)
ONLY WHITE KINECT BAR available!
Cons: The one con is not being able to use the AV cable adapter port, at the same time as the HDMI port.
Overall Review: With the KINECT bar included, along with all the other features, this thing blows all other XBOX bundles right out of the water!
Pros: Wired. 2x LED color selectors, 1 for each stick. Works great, and has a couple of extra features for 1st person shooters.
Lean, Mean, Green, Machine!
Cons: None known.
Overall Review: So far, so good.