Joined on 11/23/18
Most Excellent Item!
Pros: My #1 19inch screen was too low resolution to display all the windows necessary for a task, so, bought the AOC USB Monitor (refurbished) and plugged it in. Shazam! It went to working! Will now use as second screen either as #2 or extension (mouse drag to) extension of #1.
Cons: No instructions with the Refurbished Monitor but was easy anyway!
Overall Review: Part of my problem was my need to operate my computer & #1 monitor from 12 volts DC. This USB monitor pulls power from my computer and though small, the computer has carried the load wonderfully. I can't wait to buy another!
Might not work --half mine didn't!
Pros: Two of the four chips purchased seem to work OK but now testing them for reliability
Cons: I bought these memory CF cards to use in my Marantz PMD570 audio recorders. Two of them brought up an error saying I needed to format the chip in a computer which I carefully did (FAT) to specification of the recorders for 4GB chips. They again failed in the recorder. Two seemed to work though without formatting in the recorder or computer. I have no idea why this happened, no adapters used, etc. However I'll not buy this brand again for this use. BTW, the two "bad" chips seem to work for write/reads in the computer.
Overall Review: If you plan to use a CF card in the Marantz recorder I'd recommend not using this brand. TopRam and Voigon 4GB chips have done well for years in my church's identical recorder.
Great little device!
Pros: My Inspiron tablet was having very poor WiFi connection even in the room with an Access Point! The internal WiFi or antenna is just poor. But added this Fenvi "dongle" and all of a sudden I was receiving EIGHT Access Points at all four bars --including a neighbor's signal!
Cons: Not really a problem with the device but I must switch from WiFi 1 to WiFi 6 to find it. Somehow, surely, I can default the computer to the Fenvi.
Overall Review: I LOVE this gadget and thank goodness I bought two. May need more!
Very nice product!
Pros: My Dell computer and screen does not have speakers. Added speakers were low volume from the speaker jacks on the computer. However this sound bar has a couple of watts of amplification and does a nice job, powered by USB, of providing very good quality sound for signals, music, and other sounds. I've not tried it yet as a microphone for the computer but did order 2 more units (4 total!)
Overall Review: Much more convenient than a couple of speaker boxes and is doing a fine job.
Very nice item!
Pros: At the annual Field Day Exercise our "ham" radio operators used a network to log our radio calls to a common file. Connections were made by WiFi over this devices. It never dropped a single log entry! Now using it to help pull training modules at about 350 ft from my house. Full bars on both bands!
Cons: The instructions are minimal. The device comes up in "Router" mode and if plugged into the usual router in a LAN, will cause big problems. Important to have lone connection to the device before connecting to LAN. I am now using it in "Bridge" mode with my LAN's Router. Has a "MESH" mode but not enough data to understand use.
Overall Review: Yes, I would recommend using this device. Just study it well or have a more expert friend nearby to assist. My computer experience is only 48 years long...
Solves long time problem!
Pros: I am basically a wired LAN person but my bedroom and desk does not have Ethernet cables nor can they be simply installed. This HomePlug device is doing a great job now, sending LAN (and Internet) signals over my house wiring to that room. I now can operate not only a wired computer, but also wireless devices because of this one gadget!
Cons: No "Cons".
Overall Review: I would recommend this to anyone who can't have wired connections or if WiFi isn't working well enough. This thing is actually better than WiFi if your house wiring works well with it.
Really nice sized, well made unit.
I bought this battery as backup to my new Samsung cell phone. Battery is now charged but yet untested. Expect good results! Some question about 5 and 12 volts being available but no understanding how that works. Instructions don't seem to cover it --or it is implied and I don't get it.
On top of the screen!
I was having trouble with my Logitech Trackball not "seeing" its receiver. Placing this hub, clamped to the top of my monitor, has given a much less obstructed "view" for the signals and is working so much better. No telling what else I may plug into it! Yes, I recommend this product!