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Pros: Nice and light weight. Relatively comfortable and good battery life. Easy to pair with my Android phone. Music quality was not as good as I expected. On par with normal ear buds. Microphone was not great for phone calls but worked in a pinch. There are better BT headsets if phone calls is the only purpose.
Cons: Not a headset for use anywhere near moisture. Made the mistake of using them at the gym when using the stair climber. Perspiration cooked them. Wasn't that wet but wet enough I guess. I had read that they were good for use at the gym but I beg to differ.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Koutech IO-HU1310 13-Port Hi-Speed USB 2.0 External Hub - Black
Pros: I sent in a question prior to purchase wanting to know about Win7 support and total available power for the hub. They went out of their way to connect all the devices I would be using in order to determine if the 4 amp transformer would be able to power everything....it does. This is way beyond what I expected or have experienced. The unit is on the way and I am comfortable that it will perform as described.
Other Thoughts: Be aware the Microsoft changed the PnP design in Win 7 and it effects USB devices. I have found a number of USB hubs that will not work with Win 7 though they work great with XP. MS is being mum on the subject saying only that it is not their problem if the unit has not been tested. Koutech has tested their devices with both 32bit and 64bit versions of Win7. The other vendors have not.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: D-Link DWL-G730AP High Speed Wireless Pocket Router/AP
Pros: Compact size and carrying case are a plus in luggage with lots of other parts. Setup if very flexible assuming you know what you are doing with routers, DHCP servers and other config parameters.
Cons: The A/C adatper is not a dual voltage unit. Only 120V A/C is supported so the itnernational traveler will need to either realy on USB or carry a 240 to 120 converter. The lack of a dual voltage power supply is really silly considering D-Link is an international company.READ FULL REVIEW