Date Joined: 05/10/13
Pros: Good speed, no less reliable than my Netgear AV200
Cons: None really. Does what it is advertised to do.
Overall Review: I have a Netgear AV200 ran from a downstairs room to my bedroom. It powers a SmartTV, a ps4, and a laptop. I decided to move the PS4 to the living room, so rather than run a cord the length of the house, I picked this up to see if it would pair nicely with the Netgear. It picked up connection almost immediately and is super reliable.
Pros: Super small! I keep in my left ear and I feel much more professional than I did with the neckband bluetooth. Great for podcasts and light listening.
Cons: Sound quality isn't that good, but what can you expect for this price?
Overall Review: 10/10, even if I can just get 6 months out of this thing I would buy another.
Pros: Cheap, I got this for $10.
-Plug and Play
-No speed decrease
Cons: None that I can see.
Overall Review: I bought this to connect to a Netgear 200 mpbs Powerline adapter, so i wouldn't have to constantly unplug the ethernet to swap between the PS4 and PC.
With this switch I can play both simultaneously, and my ping and download/upload speeds have remained as consistent as they were when plugged directly into the powerline adapter.
-Easy set up
-Plays games so far at a steady 60 fps at the highest settings.
Cons: -Keyboard is a little cramped. Not enough to dock an egg, but the right keypad is really not needed.
-Had some trouble getting the 770m going through the NVidia control panel. All in all took me about an hour to get it fixed.
Overall Review: I know this is an early review but if I didn't do it now I probably never would have. I will come back and update if I need to.
So far I've ran Dota 2, War Thunder, and Chivalry. All have ran at a steady 60 fps at the highest settings and they look AWESOME. We'll see how Titanfall does tomorrow.
I know this has probably been standard for a while, but being able to connect a bluetooth headset for when I actually need to talk to someone is so much more convenient than transporting my regular headset.
Other than the Nvidia control panel scaring me to death by telling me I didn't have an Nvidia GPU installed, this purchase has done exactly what I expected it to. After installing the new drivers that problem was gone.