Date Joined: 11/20/09
Pros: Wireless router that works with AT&T
Works as designed and easy to install.
Cons: Weak firewall but for the price it works fine.
Pros: Length and price.
Cons: Value for the money: No.
Micro B connector is not durable at all. After a week of use it failed to make a solid connection unless the cord is wrapped around the phone or held in a certain angle. And "no" the problem is not my phone.
Overall Review: Spend a little more and a better cable.
Pros: The length.
Cons: The connector is weak and prone to being bent very easily.
Overall Review: Pay more and get a better cable.
Pros: Light, compact, (not a very large footprint), battery life is good. I purchased this laptop for my son to take to school. He loves the size and with it being an actual laptop and not a tablet it runs MS Office and other programs with ease. We were initially in the market for a tablet but I am much more pleased that we decided to go with this laptop.
Cons: Not much so far. They keyboard is a little cramped but it is to be expected. It would be nice to have a back lit keyboard but we knew it did not have one when we got into it.
Overall Review: I would defiantly recommend this laptop for someone that is on the go.
Pros: Low cost to get into a laserjet printer.
Cons: Not very user friendly when it comes to the setup of the wireless. No LCD just lights to tell you when something is working or not working. You will need to refer to the manual to decode the blinking lights. Wireless was a pain to setup with Cradelpoint. Clients kept losing connection whenever I tried the secure setup. Print quality is not that great when compared to HP laserjets but for under a $100 I guess you get what you pay for.
Overall Review: I gave it a three because of the problems I had setting up the wireless. I had to connect with the cat5 and configure the wireless using the IP web interface to get it to work.